Confessions

Confessions

Augustine's Confessions is one of the most influential and most innovative works of Latin literature. Written in the author's early forties in the last years of the fourth century A.D. and during his first years as a bishop, they reflect on his life and on the activity of remembering and interpreting a life. Books I-IV are concerned with infancy and learning to talk, schoo Augustine's Confessions is one of the most influential and most innovative works of Latin literature. Written in the auth...

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Title:Confessions
Author:Augustine of Hippo
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Genres:Philosophy
ISBN:Confessiones Sancti Patris nostri Augustini
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:341 pages pages

Confessions Reviews

  • Emily
    Nov 02, 2009

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

  • Farren
    Jan 15, 2010

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

  • James
    Aug 29, 2008

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

  • Sarah
    Aug 08, 2009

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

  • Greg Garrett
    Apr 03, 2012

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

  • Banner
    Sep 19, 2011

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

    I started to read Agustin Confessions in July. It took me six months to read it, and I'm glad I took it slowly. I won't try to give a complete analysis of the book, or get into deep theological questions. My purpose is to give a simple review of how the book related to me as a chris...

    Augustinus büyük bir dü?ünür. En büyük eseri ?tiraflar, asl?nda onun özya?am öyküsü. Kendine göre, Katolik inanc?na geçerek do?ru yolu nas?l buldu?unu anlat?yor. Bir yandan da bu inanc? bulana dek sapt??? yanl?? yollar için Tanr?'dan af diliyor. St. Au...

    In his "Confessions", Augustine tells the story of his early life and ultimate acceptance of a Christian life. Augustine was born in 354 on a farm in Algeria, the son of a Christian mother and a pagan father. He describes his early life, during which time he mastered Latin literature a...

    Having read the comments of a GR friend about the difficulty of reading the unabridged Confessions, I'm glad it was this excerpted version that I ended up with instead. (I inherited it from a friend who went abroad and couldn't take his books with him.) I have to say, even this edition...

    The Confessions of St. Augustine: Modern English Version Just finished the Modern English Version. First let me say that this is an amazing work that modern Christians would greatly benifit from reading. Regardless of your faith you will appreciate the insight into Augustine's...

  • Sean
    Oct 02, 2013

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

    I started to read Agustin Confessions in July. It took me six months to read it, and I'm glad I took it slowly. I won't try to give a complete analysis of the book, or get into deep theological questions. My purpose is to give a simple review of how the book related to me as a chris...

    Augustinus büyük bir dü?ünür. En büyük eseri ?tiraflar, asl?nda onun özya?am öyküsü. Kendine göre, Katolik inanc?na geçerek do?ru yolu nas?l buldu?unu anlat?yor. Bir yandan da bu inanc? bulana dek sapt??? yanl?? yollar için Tanr?'dan af diliyor. St. Au...

    In his "Confessions", Augustine tells the story of his early life and ultimate acceptance of a Christian life. Augustine was born in 354 on a farm in Algeria, the son of a Christian mother and a pagan father. He describes his early life, during which time he mastered Latin literature a...

  • Odai Al-Saeed
    Apr 11, 2016

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

  • K.D. Absolutely
    Nov 03, 2009

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

  • Justin Evans
    Jun 02, 2011

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

  • G.M. Burrow
    Jun 11, 2009

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

  • Katie
    Mar 21, 2011

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

  • Jerome Peterson
    Sep 03, 2011

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

  • Nelson Zagalo
    Jan 31, 2016

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

  • Michael
    Jul 30, 2012

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

  • James
    Sep 08, 2011

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

  • Genni
    Jan 22, 2011

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

  • Silvia Cachia
    Nov 13, 2017

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

    I started to read Agustin Confessions in July. It took me six months to read it, and I'm glad I took it slowly. I won't try to give a complete analysis of the book, or get into deep theological questions. My purpose is to give a simple review of how the book related to me as a chris...

  • حسين إسماعيل
    Jan 29, 2016

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

  • Camille Stein
    Mar 10, 2016

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

  • Darwin8u
    Jun 24, 2018

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

  • Sean Wilson
    Jun 15, 2015

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

  • Nancy
    Jun 19, 2018

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

  • Petruccio Hambasket IV
    May 18, 2017

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

    I started to read Agustin Confessions in July. It took me six months to read it, and I'm glad I took it slowly. I won't try to give a complete analysis of the book, or get into deep theological questions. My purpose is to give a simple review of how the book related to me as a chris...

    Augustinus büyük bir dü?ünür. En büyük eseri ?tiraflar, asl?nda onun özya?am öyküsü. Kendine göre, Katolik inanc?na geçerek do?ru yolu nas?l buldu?unu anlat?yor. Bir yandan da bu inanc? bulana dek sapt??? yanl?? yollar için Tanr?'dan af diliyor. St. Au...

    In his "Confessions", Augustine tells the story of his early life and ultimate acceptance of a Christian life. Augustine was born in 354 on a farm in Algeria, the son of a Christian mother and a pagan father. He describes his early life, during which time he mastered Latin literature a...

    Having read the comments of a GR friend about the difficulty of reading the unabridged Confessions, I'm glad it was this excerpted version that I ended up with instead. (I inherited it from a friend who went abroad and couldn't take his books with him.) I have to say, even this edition...

    The Confessions of St. Augustine: Modern English Version Just finished the Modern English Version. First let me say that this is an amazing work that modern Christians would greatly benifit from reading. Regardless of your faith you will appreciate the insight into Augustine's...

    Five stars isn't enough, but it's all I have. ...

  • Tijana
    Feb 22, 2015

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

  • Bülent Çallı
    Feb 04, 2017

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

    I started to read Agustin Confessions in July. It took me six months to read it, and I'm glad I took it slowly. I won't try to give a complete analysis of the book, or get into deep theological questions. My purpose is to give a simple review of how the book related to me as a chris...

    Augustinus büyük bir dü?ünür. En büyük eseri ?tiraflar, asl?nda onun özya?am öyküsü. Kendine göre, Katolik inanc?na geçerek do?ru yolu nas?l buldu?unu anlat?yor. Bir yandan da bu inanc? bulana dek sapt??? yanl?? yollar için Tanr?'dan af diliyor. St. Au...

  • Jill
    Sep 25, 2017

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

  • Guy Austin
    May 26, 2016

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

  • Mahdi Lotfi
    Apr 18, 2017

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

  • Zachary McIntire
    Aug 12, 2017

    I never dreamed that one day I would finished reading a 300-page memoir written by a ancient Catholic saint. See, how many saints who lived during the first millennium have written himself a memoir? I twice tried to read The Holy Bible (once in English and once in Tagalog) from cove...

    This experience sufficiently illuminates the truth that free curiosity has greater power to stimulate learning than rigorous coercion. - Augustine, Confessions Sublime and Original I can?t believe it has taken me so long to read Augustine?s Confessions. I might not agree...

    Chadwick's translation of Augustine's Confessions (note that this is a confession to God, while read by men) is one of the best. It is not costly in a monetary sense; new it is a mere 6.95. However, it is deceptively short. A chapter will take you two hours if you give it the attention...

    Are you there God? It's me, St. Augustine. ...

    "Day after day I postponed living in you, but I never put off the death which I died each day in myself. I longed for a life of happiness but I was frightened to approach it in its own domain; and yet, while I fled from it, I still searched for it." Reading Augustine of Hippo's Co...

    ??????? ??????? ?? ?? ?????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ???? ??????? ? ??????? ????? ? ????? ?? ? ?? ?? ??? ????? ?? ????? ? ?? ?? ??? ???????? ????? ??? ??? ? ...

    ?? ??? ?? ??????????? ???? ???? ??? ??????????? ????????? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??...

    It was slow, it was dense, and it was militantly Christian. So why is that The Confessions is such an unavoidably fascinating work? Augustine appears here as a fully realized person, with all the good and the bad that that implies; it's as if the book was a conversation with God and a ...

    Vittore Carpaccio | http://ow.ly/ZIKN0 ¿Qué es, pues, el tiempo? ¿Quién podrá explicar esto fácil y brevemente? ¿Quién podrá comprenderlo con el pensamiento, para hablar luego de él? Y, sin embargo, ¿qué cosa más familiar y conocida mentamos en nuestras c...

    I can?t really rate this one but it was certainly interesting... not my favorite though. ...

    I have read this book several times, both as part of the Basic Program of Liberal Education at the University of Chicago and most recently as one of the monthly selections of a reading group in which I participate. Like all classics it bears rereading and yields new insights each time ...

    ?Why then should I be concerned for human readers to hear my confessions? It is not they who are going to ?heal my sicknesses?. The human race is inquisitive about other people?s lives, but negligent to correct their own.? I was very excited to read this book; Confessions ...

    St. Augustine?s Confessions is such a lovely and honest book. I?d recommend it to everyone, if people who aren?t remotely religious. It?s one of those works that really manages to encapsulate certain feelings and articulate them in ways that are clear but also sort of startling...

    I used to hate Augustine of Hippo. I found him too anxious, too focused on the sexual sins he was sure he was committing, and too sure about the fallen nature of human beings. The Confessions changed all that for me. It's like how when you meet someone you can't judge them in the same ...

    Poderia chamar-se A Conversão, porque mais do que confessar os seus pecados, ainda que o faça, Agostinho traça a história da sua própria personagem, em jeito de autobiografia, dando conta do lugar comum de onde veio, igual ao de tantos outros, pejado dos mesmos dilemas, dos mesmos...

    "Confessions" is the type of book with a heavy dynamic caliber that it should be read slow, thoughtfully, and with a highlighter. Saint Augustine doe not hold back in his shortcomings. He paints a black, very personal, wicked youth. He confesses all and bares his soul. The passages abo...

    ????? ??????? ???????? ???? ??? ???? ?? ????? ??? ??????? ????????? ?????? ??? ??? ?????? ???? ??? ???? ????? ??? ????? ?? ??????? ???? ???? ?????? ????. ??...

    I hate to say it, but I have some bad news about the Penguin Great Ideas series with which I'm so smitten. I'm not sure if you'll find this as shocking as I did, but here it is: some of these books are excerpted. And I say "excerpted" only so as to avoid an uglier word: if pressed, I m...

    Considering that the style of Augie's work is completely and utterly impenetrable, this is actually a pretty decent read. Just come to it expecting circularity, meditation, rapturous theology and self-flagellation, and you'll come away impressed. Don't expect anything linear, and you...

    What can I say about The Confessions that has not already been said? Not much. So I will just mention my slightly unusual reason for reading it. I recently read the only Latin novel to survive in it's entirety from antiquty, The Golden Ass, translated by P. G. Walsh. In the introduc...

    Prvo, Avgustin je veliki mislilac, beskrajno uticajan teolog, prefinjen psiholog i sjajan stilista. Drugo, Avgustin je zli smara?. Zli. Smara?. Koliko god da su ispovedni delovi Ispovesti - po slobodnoj proceni oko polovine - fenomenalan uvid u spor i mu?an proces preobra?anja i ...

    Feels rather like reading the Psalms. That should tell you it's good. ...

    Written during the waning of the Roman Empire around 400AD, this account of the early life of a seminal theologian of the Catholic church is a personal perspective on what he regards as his sinful life leading up to his conversion. His writing is surprisingly accessible, almost modern ...

    Reading the Confessions I feel like I am encountering Augustine face to face, his voice has such passion and immediacy. ...

    I started to read Agustin Confessions in July. It took me six months to read it, and I'm glad I took it slowly. I won't try to give a complete analysis of the book, or get into deep theological questions. My purpose is to give a simple review of how the book related to me as a chris...

    Augustinus büyük bir dü?ünür. En büyük eseri ?tiraflar, asl?nda onun özya?am öyküsü. Kendine göre, Katolik inanc?na geçerek do?ru yolu nas?l buldu?unu anlat?yor. Bir yandan da bu inanc? bulana dek sapt??? yanl?? yollar için Tanr?'dan af diliyor. St. Au...

    In his "Confessions", Augustine tells the story of his early life and ultimate acceptance of a Christian life. Augustine was born in 354 on a farm in Algeria, the son of a Christian mother and a pagan father. He describes his early life, during which time he mastered Latin literature a...

    Having read the comments of a GR friend about the difficulty of reading the unabridged Confessions, I'm glad it was this excerpted version that I ended up with instead. (I inherited it from a friend who went abroad and couldn't take his books with him.) I have to say, even this edition...