City of God
Penguin UK, 27 нояб. 2003 г. - Всего страниц: 1184
City of God is an enduringly significant work in the history of Christian thought, by one of its central figures
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Speaking absolutely, if things were to be judged only by the canon of the service and worship of the true God, what the Hebrews achieved in their temporal ...
She had failed to worship the true God, had thus not given Him what was His due, and therefore lacked true justice – so that if true justice was to enter ...
Rome had not only failed to worship the true God: she had given herself, under the malign influence of demons, to the worship of many gods both to ensure, ...
... rulers who are Christians to rule with justice and 'to put their power at the service of God's majesty to extend his worship far and wide' (Bk V , 24).
In this earthly period, created nature is used by citizens of both cities who can share most things, with the great exception of religion and worship: this ...
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