Augustine definition

  • others:
    • Augustine 1, Saint A.D. 354-430. Early Christian church dad and philosopher just who served (396-430) given that bishop of Hippo (in present-day Algeria). Through such writings as autobiographical Confessions (397) plus the voluminous City of Jesus (413-426), he profoundly impacted Christianity, arguing against Manicheanism and Donatism and assisting to establish the doctrine of original sin.
    • Augustine 2, Saint. Known As "Apostle for the English.” Died c. 604. Italian-born missionary and prelate whom introduced Christianity to southern Britain and in 598 was ordained whilst the first archbishop of Canterbury.
  • proper-noun:
    • Saint Augustine of Hippo (354-430), a church father and a writer.
    • A male provided name.
  • noun:
    • A member of just one of this spiritual sales known as after St. Augustine; an Austin friar.
    • (Roman Catholic Church) one of the great dads associated with very early Christian chapel; after a dramatic transformation to Christianity he became bishop of Hippo Regius in North Africa; St. Augustine highlighted people's need for grace (354-430)

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