Augustine
Old Earth Agricultural Age (Western Civilization Classical Age), 1615-1539 BT (354 - 430 c.e.) Christian Theologian and Saint; one of the four Latin Fathers of the Old Catholic Church.

Augustine integrated Platonism and Christianity, and taught predestination to heaven and hell in contrast to his rival Pelagius's emphasis on free will. Major works include De Trinitate, Confessions. He was an important source for much medieval mysticism. He emphasized the soul's search for God, made possible by the illumination of the mind of God. Influences included Plato and Plotinus. Together with Thomas Aquinas and Evangelion of Umbriel, one of the three Holy Figures of the Reformed Catholic Church.
 
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev

Initially published on 03 November 2001.