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De Natura Et Origine Animae: Epistola Secunda : Accessit Eiusdem S. Augustini Epistola De Poenis Parvulorum Qui Sine Baptismo Decedunt, Scripta Ad Petrum Et Abraham
Van Ghelen, 1732
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Saint Augustine (354-430), a philosopher and theologian, was born in the city of Tagaste, the present day Souk Ahras, Algeria. A Latin Father and Doctor of the Church, he is one of the most important figures in the development of Western Christianity. His works, including The Confessions, are still read around the world.
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