2 edition of Treatises on marriage and other subjects found in the catalog.
Treatises on marriage and other subjects
Augustine of Hippo
Includes bibliographies. Bibliographical footnotes.
|Statement||translated by Charles T. Wilcox [and others]. Edited by Roy J. Deferrari.|
|Series||Writings of Saint Augustine,, v. 15, The Fathers of the Church, a new translation,, v. 27, Fathers of the church ;, v. 27.|
|LC Classifications||BR60.F3 A8 vol. 15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 456 p.|
|Number of Pages||456|
|LC Control Number||55001953|
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Feb 14, · Treatises on Marriage and Other Subjects: The Good Marriage, Adulterous Marriage, Holy Virginity, Faith and Works, The Creed, Faith and the Creed, The (Fathers of the Church Patristic Series) [Saint Augustine, Charles T.
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Treatises on Marriage and Other Subjects (The Fathers of the Church, Volume 27) Book Description: The first book of the present treatise was occasioned by a letter received by Augustine from a certain Pollentius, who had some erroneous notions concerning divorce and remarriage and who had asked Augustine to answer and resolve his.
Treatises on Marriage and Other Subjects (The Fathers of the Church, Volume 27) UGUSTINE'S TREATISES, The Good of Marriage and ~. H oiy Virginity, constitute his answer to the heresy in so far as I was able, in a single book, I portrayed that gift of God, both how great it is, and with what great Author: Saint Augustine, M.M.
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Arranged in outline format, this title provides chapters on the following subjects: marriage and marriage alternatives, property and support rights during marriage, marital contracts and agreements, procreation, adoption, divorce grounds and defenses, spousal and child support on divorce, equitable.
Divided: Celibacy and Matrimony from St. Paul to St. Augustine. And, in so far as I was able, in a single book, I portrayed that gift of God, both how great it is, and with what humility it is to be guarded.”(14) Volume Treatises on Marriage and Other Subjects.
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II. Of Paternal and Regal Power. with the security of the marriage bed, as necessary thereunto. as being the next heir to Adam, and all the other subjects to him: every man by nature is a king or a subject. And again, p. "The Catholic Church saved my marriage and, quite possibly, my life." So begins David Anders in this remarkably forthright book.
In it, David reports that by the early s, his marriage was so painful that he and his wife had just one thing in common: contempt for each other.
Today, he and his wife are extremely happy together not because of.Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Treatises on marriage and remarriage: To his wife, An exhortation to chastity, Monogamy. Published: Westminster, Md., Newman Press, Series: Ancient Christian writers ; v.
Subjects: Christian Literature, Early > Translations into English. Marriage Treatises on marriage and.