Table of contents for Augustine's City of God : a critical guide / edited by James Wetzel.
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Introduction: a tangle of two cities James Wetzel; 1. The history of the book: Augustine's City of God and post-Roman cultural memory Mark Vessey; 2. Secularity and the Saeculum Paul Griffiths; 3. Dystopia: Augustine's city of Gaud Peter Iver Kaufman; 4. It's a matter of worship: ideology and solidarity John Cavadini; 5. The politics of love Eric Gregory; 6. From rape to resurrection: sin, sexual difference, and politics Margaret Miles; 7. The theatre of the virtues: Augustine's critique of Pagan mimesis Jennifer Herdt; 8. The psychology of compassion: a reading of City of God 9.5 Sarah Byers; 9. Augustine's rejection of eudaimonism Nicholas Wolterstorff; 10. Augustine on the origin of evil: myth and metaphysics James Wetzel; 11. Hell and the dilemmas of intractable alienation John Bowlin; 12. Divine providence and confession Barry David; 13. On the nature and worth of Christian philosophy John Rist; 14. Reinventing Augustine's ethics: the afterlife of City of God Bonnie Kent.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Augustine, -- Saint, Bishop of Hippo. -- De civitate Dei.
Kingdom of God.