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Concerning Faith of Things Not Seen

[De Fide Rerum Quæ Non Videntur.]

This tract was thought spurious by some, but is known to be St. Augustin’s by his mention of it in Ep. ccxxxi. ad Darium Comitem. It seems to have been written after 399, from what is said about Idols, § 10; for in that year Honorius enacted laws against them.—From Bened. Ed.

The reader of Butler’s Analogy will recognise many similar turns of thought.

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