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Augustine's Apologetics: How Augustine Argued Persuasively


Augustine (354-430 A.D.) remains one of the greatest Christian theologians. He made major contributions to almost all areas of doctrine, and charted out in advance the terms of many debates which would preoccupy the medieval, reformation, and modern secular eras. The corpus of writings he left exceeds six million Latin words and includes numerous genres. Augustine developed a coherent doctrinal framework which enabled him to utilise various methods for persuading people to put their faith in God.