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Saint and Augustine
Saint Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, certainly did not found religious orders, though he took an interest in the monastic life and watched over its beginnings in his diocese, providing for the needs of a monastery outside the walls of Milam, as Saint Augustine recounts in his Confessions.
This is the interpretation given in the fourth century by Saint Ambrose, Saint Ephraem of Syria and Saint Augustine.
Alexander is known for reflecting the works of several other Middle Age thinkers, especially those of Saint Anselm, and Saint Augustine.
A 6th-century image of Augustine of Hippo | Saint Augustine, bishop of Hippo Regius.
Following in the Pauline tradition, in the 5th century Saint Augustine viewed Christ as the mediator of the New Covenant between God and man and as the conqueror over sin.
Saint Augustine of Hippo ( died 430 ) tells of the procedure which obtained in his day for the recognition of a martyr.
Saint Dominic established a religious community in Toulouse in 1214, to be governed by the rule of St. Augustine and statutes to govern the life of the friars, including the Primitive Constitution.
During the early 4th Century, Saint Augustine restates the closely related liar paradox in Against the Academicians ( III. 13. 29 ), but without mentioning Epimenides.
Saint Augustine stressed the allegorical method of interpretation.
The greatest names of the classical and patristic world are among those translated, edited or annotated by Erasmus, including Saint Ambrose, Aristotle, Saint Augustine, Saint Basil, Saint John Chrysostom, Cicero and Saint Jerome.
Saint Augustine ( 354 – 430 ) took a more cautious approach in arguing against assuming that people inhabited the antipodes:
There had been a long-standing general Christian prohibition on contraception and abortion, with such Church Fathers as Clement of Alexandria and Saint Augustine condemning the practices.
In Plato, knowledge of whom came to Wycliffe through Saint Augustine, he saw traces of a knowledge of the Trinity, and he championed the doctrine of ideas as against Aristotle.
Saint Augustine summarized this when he wrote " Love God, and do as thou wilt.
Saint Augustine says that one must be able to decipher the difference between love and lust.

Saint and counters
The seventeen counters are also used to count the number of bows during the Prayer of Saint Ephrem.

Saint and Pelagius
Pelagius was opposed by Saint Augustine, one of the most influential early Church Fathers.
When Pelagius taught that moral perfection was attainable in this life without the assistance of divine grace through human free will, Saint Augustine contradicted this by saying that perfection was impossible without grace because we are born sinners with a sinful heart and will.
Christian political forces then accused Abd-ar-Rahman III of pederasty with a Christian boy who was later canonized Saint Pelagius of Cordova for his refusal of Abd-ar-Rahman's advances.
Pelagius ordered the construction of the Basilica di San Lorenzo fuori le Mura, a church shrine over the place where Saint Lawrence was martyred.
Orosius met with Pelagius on Saint Augustine ’ s behalf and he represented the orthodox party against the Pelagians at the Synod of Jerusalem that was held in June 415.
During is second stay in Hippo he had a long conversation with Saint Augustine during which he handed over the letters he was carrying from Jerome and informed Saint Augustine about the meetings he had had with Pelagius.
The Saint Augustine / Pelagius debate is mockingly discussed in the novel by Flann O ' Brien titled The Dalkey Archive, wherein Saint Augustine actually makes a ghostly appearance.
The real Pelagius opposed Saint Augustine on the theological issue of the relationship between grace and free will.
* Saint Pelagius of Cordova, child Andalusian Christian martyr
* Saint Pelagius of Laodicea
* Saint Pelagius ( 912-925 )

Saint and arguing
All three representatives from Nevis, including the leader of the opposition in the Nevis Island Assembly, objected to the introduction of these bills into the National Assembly in Saint Kitts, arguing that the bills would affect the ability of Nevis to develop its offshore financial services sector and that the bills would be detrimental to the Nevis economy.
Besides arguing that Arlequin be a character of Sufi origins, Idries Shah also wrote a chapter of The Sufis on the sufi influence over Saint Francis, arguing him having adopted the patched robe as his only garment was a clear example of a sufi influence ( Shah, I.
The text offers several defenses of polygamy that were later used extensively by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ( LDS Church ), the Latter Day Saint sect who latter migrated to Utah, in defending the practice, arguing for example that polygamy produces greater marital unity than monogamy.

Saint and original
* 1830 – The Church of Christ, the original church of the Latter Day Saint movement, is organized by Joseph Smith, Jr. and others at Fayette or Manchester, New York.
He was soon producing some spectacular and original images, notably Nemesis ( 1502 ), The Sea Monster ( 1498 ), and Saint Eustace ( c. 1501 ), with a highly detailed landscape background and animals.
The earliest original writings in Coptic language were the letters by Saint Anthony.
He had access to two works of Eusebius: the Historia Ecclesiastica, and also the Chronicon, though he had neither in the original Greek ; instead he had a Latin translation of the Historia, by Rufinus, and Saint Jerome's translation of the Chronicon.
It is also known as the Book of the Revelation of Saint John the Divine or the Apocalypse of John, ( both in reference to its author ) or the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ ( in reference to its opening line ) or simply Revelation, ( often erroneously called Revelations in contrast to the singular in the original Koine ) or the Apocalypse.
The Catholic Church of Saint Columba's Long Tower stands at the spot of this original settlement.
* Saint Cyril the Philosopher, whose original name was Constantine
The crusaders investigated the eastern ruins on the site, occasionally excavating through the rubble, and while attempting to reach the cistern, they discovered part of the original ground level of Hadrian's temple enclosure ; they decided to transform this space into a chapel dedicated to Helena ( the Chapel of Saint Helena ), widening their original excavation tunnel into a proper staircase.
The work's title is A Szent Pál levelei magyar nyelven ( In original spelling: Az zenth Paal leueley magyar nyeluen ), i. e. The letters of Saint Paul in the Hungarian language.
Saint Augustine of Hippo held that because of original sin, " such infants as quit the body without being baptized will be involved in the mildest condemnation of all.
In every language and region that Manichaeism spread to, these same deities reappear, whether it is in the original Syriac quoted by Theodore bar Konai, or the Latin terminology given by Saint Augustine from Mani's Epistola Fundamenti, or the Persian and Chinese translations found as Manichaeism spread eastward.
As a member of the Saint Petersburg music scene, Prokofiev developed a reputation as a musical rebel, while getting praise for his original compositions, which he would perform himself on the piano.
He was given the baptismal name Stephen ( István ) in honour of the original early Christian Saint Stephen.
Tertullian actively advocated traducianism ( that is, the parental generation of souls ), while some of the later Fathers — most notably Saint Augustine, at the outbreak of Pelagianism — began to question the creation by God of individual souls and to incline to the opposite opinion, which seemed to facilitate the explanation of the transmission of original sin.
UNB has two main campuses: the original campus, founded in 1785 in Fredericton, and a smaller campus which opened in Saint John in 1964.
They based their new basilica on the original 4th-century ( since demolished ) Old Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome, using the transept and crypt plan of that great pilgrimage church to frame their own saint as the " Apostle to the Germans ".
Western Christianity is thought to hold this doctrine because of the influence of Saint Augustine who wrote: " the deliberate sin of the first man is the cause of original sin " ( De nupt.
The original 1953 telecast is commercially available as part of a three-DVD set, " The Golden Age of Television " ( Criterion Collection ), a series which aired on PBS in 1981 with Eva Marie Saint as the host of Marty.
John Bush is involved with his former band Armored Saint, while original Anthrax vocalist Neil Turbin has been touring Japan, Europe, Mexico and US with his band DeathRiders.
The town is centred around St Mary's Church, part of the Anglican Diocese of St Helena and the former Exiles Club, which is on the site of the original Royal Marines barracks from the times of Napoleon's exile to Saint Helena in the early 19th century.
They included Giorgio Ronconi, who created the title role in Verdi's Nabucco ; Felice Varesi, who created the title roles in Macbeth and Rigoletto as well as Germont in La traviata ; Antonio Superchi, the originator of Don Carlo in Ernani ; Francesco Graziani, who was the original Don Carlo di Vargas in La forza del destino ; Leone Giraldoni, the creator of Renato in Un ballo in maschera and the first Simon Boccanegra ; Enrico Delle Sedie, who was London's first Renato ; Adriano Pantaleoni, renowned for his performances as Amonasro in Aida as well as other Verdi roles at La Scala, Milan ; Francesco Pandolfini, whose singing at La Scala during the 1870s was praised by Verdi ; Antonio Cotogni, a much lauded singer in Milan, London and Saint Petersburg, the first Italian Posa in Don Carlos and later a great vocal pedagogue, too ; and Giuseppe Del Puente, who sang Verdi to acclaim in the United States.
Miles River is a corruption of Saint Michaels, its original name.
In 1965 the county seat was moved to Port Saint Joe, which under its original name Saint Joseph, had been the site of Florida's first Constitutional Convention in 1838.

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