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From North Africa to Byzantium and to New England: Augustine, Maximus and Jonathan Edwards on the meaning and shape of Christian salvation

@inproceedings{Petrou2014FromNA,
  title={From North Africa to Byzantium and to New England: Augustine, Maximus and Jonathan Edwards on the meaning and shape of Christian salvation},
  author={Irene Petrou},
  year={2014}
}
From North Africa to Byzantium and to New England: Augustine, Maximus and Jonathan Edwards on the meaning and shape of Christian Salvation. Irene Petrou, Macquarie University The fourth-century Latin theologian, Augustine of Hippo, and the seventh-century Byzantine theologian, Maximus the Confessor, two of the early church’s greatest theologians, are claimed respectively by the western and eastern church traditions. Both, however, are surprisingly similar in their theological thought despite… Expand