Resources on Augustine of Hippo

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An Orthodox Critique of the Cultural/Dominion Mandate Article by Robert Arakaki https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxbridge/an-orthodox-critique-of-the-culturaldominion-mandate/ Article by Robert Arakaki Topics: Eucharist Source: Ancient Faith Blog Robert Arakaki offers an Orthodox critique of Christian Reconstructionism, arguing for an understand the cultural mandate in the context of the Eucharist, not in theocratic rule. An Eastern Orthodox Critique of Mercersburg Theology Article by Robert Arakaki https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxbridge/an-eastern-orthodox-critique-of-mercersburg-theology/ Article by Robert Arakaki Source: Ancient Faith Blog Robert Arakaki offers an Orthodox critique of Mercersburg Theology, arguing it as a failure to reconnect with the Church’s ancient roots and to recover the unity of the Church. Augustine of Hippo and Two Books Theology, Part 1 Article by Mark H. Mann https://biologos.org/blogs/archive/augustine-of-hippo-and-two-books-theology-part-1 Article by Mark H. Mann Topics: Scripture , St. Augustine , Hermeneutics Source: Biologos In this article, Mark Mann describes Augustine’s background and influence on the development of Christianity, and notes that Augustine's literal interpretation of Scripture meant allowing it to speak for itself by attending to the author's intentions. The Convergence of Jews and Gentiles Sermon (Complete) by Augustine of Hippo https://churchlifejournal.nd.edu/articles/augustine-on-the-epiphany/ Sermon (Complete) by Augustine of Hippo Topics: Faith , Humility , Salvation , Christ Source: Church Life Journal In this sermon, Augustine of Hippo brings together many scriptures to expound on the significance of the Feast of the Epiphany. It celebrates the first revelation of Jesus to Gentiles (the Magi). Augustine of Hippo and Two Books Theology, Part 2 Article by Mark H. Mann https://biologos.org/blogs/archive/augustine-of-hippo-and-two-books-theology-part-2 Article by Mark H. Mann Topics: Creation , Scripture , St. Augustine , Genesis Source: Biologos In this article, Mark Mann examines how Augustine interpreted Scripture, particularly the opening chapters of Genesis, noting that Augustine affirmed that creation has evolved and continues to evolve by God’s ongoing governance of the universe. Plucking the TULIP (2) – An Orthodox Critique of the Reformed Doctrine of Predestination Article by Robert Arakaki https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxbridge/plucking-the-tulip-2-an-eastern-orthodox-critique-of-the-reformed-doctrine-of-predestination/ Article by Robert Arakaki Topics: Free Will , Reformed Doctrine of Predestination , Trinity , Love Source: Ancient Faith Blog Robert Arakaki offers an Orthodox critique of Reformed theology, specifically the doctrinal formula TULIP's understanding of the Trinity, arguing that the Orthodox approach allows for free will and genuine love. Merry Christmas from St. Augustine Song/Hymn http://globalworship.tumblr.com/post/105491278375/merry-christmas-from-st-augustine Song/Hymn Topics: Christmas , St. Augustine , Hymn Source: Global Worship This resource offers a Christmas hymn from St. Augustine of Hippo, from his 'Sermons 191.1.' See How These Christians Love One Another Article by J. Warren Smith https://christianhistoryinstitute.org/magazine/article/see-how-these-christians-love Article by J. Warren Smith Topics: Unity , Cyprian , Purity Source: Christian History Institute "...early Christians saw the church as intended by God to be one." An article about Tertullian, Cyprian of Carthage, and Augustine of Hippo, who had to confront disputes about the purity and unity of the church.... Augustine's Confessions Book Quote by Augustine of Hippo http://cep.calvinseminary.edu/?post_type=cfe-readforpreach&p=6470 Book Quote by Augustine of Hippo Topics: Prayer , Confession , Praise , Rest Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching A short quote from "Confessions" by Augustine of Hippo: "You stir [us] to take pleasure in praising you, because you have made us for yourself, and our heart is restless until it rests in you.” The Heart of the Matter: Augustine of Hippo on the Will Article by Han-luen Kantzer Komline https://perspectivesjournal.org/blog/2016/02/29/the-heart-of-the-matter-augustine-of-hippo-on-the-will/ Article by Han-luen Kantzer Komline Topics: Sin , Freedom , Free Will , St. Augustine Source: Perspectives Journal Our will is at the core of who we are. Han-Luen Kantzer Komline reflects on Augustine's four views of human will: the will as originally created, the fallen will, the redeemed will, and the eschatological will. Pentecost Prayers Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2011/06/pentecost-prayers.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Pentecost , Prayer , Holiness , Holy Spirit Source: Re-Worship In this worship planning resource, Christine Longhurst shares a number of short prayers written by Sylvia Dunstan and Augustine of Hippo that are appropriate for the theme and the season of Pentecost. Should Protestants Make the Sign of the Cross? Article by Robert Arakaki https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxbridge/should-protestants-make-the-sign-of-the-cross-a-response-to-pastor-doug-wilson/ Article by Robert Arakaki Topics: Church History Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Robert Arakaki explains the origins of "making the sign of the cross" and discusses its practice in Orthodox and Protestant churches. Full Text Hymns on Augustine of Hippo Jerusalem, My Happy HomePD
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Sermon Quotes on Anxiety Book Quote by Augustine of Hippo https://thepastorsworkshop.com/sermon-quotes-on-anxiety/ Book Quote by Augustine of Hippo Topics: Prayer , Pain , Care , Love Source: The Pastor's Workshop Augustine of Hippo offers a prayer for those who are stressed. Marcus Aurelius says that it is not external events that make us anxious but our assessment of them - which we can control. Augustine’s Key Article by Gerald Bray https://christianhistoryinstitute.org/magazine/article/augustines-key Article by Gerald Bray Topics: Love , Scripture , St. Augustine , Church History Source: Christian History Institute This article argues that St. Augustine offered a key to interpreting Scripture that unlocked the Bible’s riches for even the unlearned reader--and that key is love. Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: Cultivating the Christian Imagination of the Child Article by Jessica Keating https://churchlifejournal.nd.edu/articles/catechesis-of-the-good-shepherd-cultivating-the-christian-imagination-of-the-child/ Article by Jessica Keating Topics: Catechesis , Children , Imagination , Worship Source: Church Life Journal Jessica Keating explains how Catechesis of the Good Shepherd contests our assumptions about and distortions of the nature of the child and the nature of worship, and especially of the child’s capacity to engage in worship. Why Are You Jealous? Commentary/Exegesis by Augustine of Hippo http://liturgy.slu.edu/25OrdA092114/theword_journey.html Commentary/Exegesis by Augustine of Hippo Topics: St. Augustine , Parable , Eternal life Source: The Sunday Website This resource supplies commentary on the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard in Matthew 20:1-16 by Augustine of Hippo. "The denarius stands for eternal life, in which all will have the same share." Augustine on Judgment and the Parousia Sermon (Complete) by Augustine of Hippo http://liturgy.slu.edu/1AdvB120317/theword_journey.html Sermon (Complete) by Augustine of Hippo Topics: Advent , Judgment , St. Augustine , Theodicy Source: The Sunday Website In this sermon, Augustine uses Mark 13:33-37 to reflect on God's judgment, concluding that sometimes God judges in the present world and sometimes God saves judgement for the Day of Judgment. Cry of Abandonment? No, Proclamation of Faith Commentary/Exegesis by Paul Senz http://www.hprweb.com/2017/03/cry-of-abandonment-no-proclamation-of-faith/ Commentary/Exegesis by Paul Senz Topics: Study , Scripture Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review A historical and theological examination of Psalm 22 and Matthew 27 that sheds light on Christ's use of Psalm 22 from the cross. Paul Senz explores, in detail, the liturgical and theological significance of the phrase,... Living in Light of the Cross Sermon (Complete) by Chris Winklejohn http://www.hprweb.com/2014/08/homilies-for-september-2014/ Sermon (Complete) by Chris Winklejohn Topics: Ordinary Time , Cross , Community , Grace Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Chris Winklejohn offers four homilies for Ordinary time. Though diverse in scope, these homilies are tied together by the common focus of the season—how Christians should live in light of the resurrection. Sermon Quotes on Spiritual Growth Sermon Illustration by Augustine of Hippo https://thepastorsworkshop.com/sermon-quotes-by-topic/sermon-quotes-spiritual-growth/ Sermon Illustration by Augustine of Hippo Topics: Spiritual Growth , Christ , Discipleship , Image of God Source: The Pastor's Workshop Sermon quotes on spiritual formation by Augustine of Hippo, Dallas Willard, Francis Chan, C.S. Lewis, Robert Mulholland Jr., John Fowles, William Dyrness, relating to Christ being formed within (Galatians 4:19). Includes image of sprouting plant.

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