Augustine of Hippo: The Life and Labors of an Eminent Saint
This little book on the life of St. Augustine is not offered to the public as a complete picture of his life. Instead, it is designed for the general reader rather than the scholar—to give a condensed picture of the life and labors of that eminent saint, who alone, of all the ancient Fathers, stood high in favor with the Reformers of the Sixteenth Century, and exerted a mighty influence over them, as well as over preceding generations.
Though written more than a century ago, here is a concise yet thorough account of the life of one of Christianity’s most beloved and cherished theologians that remains as compelling today as when it was first written. A must have for any student of church history.