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Facts and Faith 1(1):2. CELD ID 6202|
Aurelius Augustinius, better known to us as St. Augustine, is considered by most historians the chief Christian apologist of the post-Nicene and medieval eras (5th to 12th centuries A.D.). His incisive arguments silenced atheists and exposed the distortions of heretics. Some of his work still provides fuel for discussion on such issues as the "innocence of babes" and the "days" of creation.