St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430AD), long before he became a Christian, would not accept the easy answer regarding the most important questions of existence.

  • Is there a God?
  • What is the relationship between Good and Evil?
  • If there is a God as the Christians describe, whence Evil?
  • And if God is all powerful and omniscient, then how can a man have individual free will and self-determination?

These questions frustrated him, by his own account, in The Confessions, until he understood that he was…

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