Synopses & Reviews
The contributors examine the major topics of Augustine's thought, including evil, free will, asceticism and sexuality, as well as the Augustinian program as broadly defined.
Contributors: Lewis Ayres, Robert Crouse, Robert Dodaro, Hubertus R. Drobner, Daniel W. Hardy, Carol Harrison, Mathijs Lamberigts, George Lawless, Robert A. Markus, E. Ann Matter, John Milbank, James Wetzel, Rowan Williams.
Augustine of Hippo (AD 354-430) is perhaps the most controversial Christian thinker in history. This title gathers the responses of 12 specialists to modern criticisms of his thought on a range of issues including: personal and religious freedom; the self and God; and politics.