From 100 to 1000 AD, "Quid Athenae Hierosolymis?"
What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem?
In other words, what do Plato and Aristotle have to do with Abraham and Jesus of Nazareth?
Athens, Rome, Jerusalem, and Saint Augustine
The generation of mid-century: Augustine, Ambrose, and Jerome
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Oxford World Classics,
There is one classic biography of Augustine published almost forty years ago and still the best. And even better is a new edition published last year in which the author adds an epilogue in which he discusses recently discovered letters and sermons by Augustine (Yes! It sounds incredible doesn't it that we could still be finding works by Augustine, but that is the nature and excitement of scholarship.)
Augustine of Hippo,
University of California Press,