Augustine’s life (AD 354–430) can be divided into roughly two halves. The first half of his journey was spent searching for the truth that would give meaning, purpose, and significance to his life. The second half was spent reflecting upon, explaining, defending, and living out the truth he encountered through faith in Jesus Christ. Given his life-long quest for truth, years of leadership in the church, and dramatic conversion, Augustine was able to make several contributions of enduring value. Continue reading
Welcome to ReflectionsMy hope is that this blog will help and challenge Christians to think carefully about the implications of their worldview. -Kenneth Richard Samples
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