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NICENE AND POST-NICENE FATHERS
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
PROFESSOR IN THE UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, NEW YORK,
IN CONNECTION WITH A NUMBER OF PATRISTIC SCHOLARS OF EUROPE
THE WRITINGS AGAINST THE MANICHÆANS,
This fourth volume of St. Augustin's Works contains his polemical writings in vindica-
Like the preceding volumes, this also is more than a reprint of older translations, and
I.-SEVEN WRITINGS AGAINST THE MANICHÆAN Heresy. Four of these were trans-
The Edinburgh translation, especially of the first two treatises, is sufficiently faithful and
This part of the volume is also enriched by an introductory essay of Dr. NEWMAN, which
II.—THE WRITINGS AGAINST THE DONATISTS. These were well translated by the Rev.
The literary introduction of Dr. Hartranft, in connection with the translator's historical
In both sections the treatises are arranged in chronological order.
The fifth volume will contain the writings of St. Augustin against the Pelagians and
New York, June, 1887.