Augustine “The Enchiridion”

Augustine wrote the Enchiridion, which means “handbook,” as an introduction to the Christian life in which he expounds the three virtues of faith, hope, and love. This short work is the best introduction to the thought of this profound theologian which is simultaneously profitable for even the newest Christian and yet opens up doors to the deepest theological matters.

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