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Marriage And Concupiscence

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Christian Theology - Catholic,
  • Christianity - Theology - Catholic,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • Novelty

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8506435M
ISBN 101425465749
ISBN 109781425465742

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On Marriage And Concupiscence and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Author: Saint Augustine. These books are entitled, On Marriage and Concupiscence. We maintain that marriage is good; and that it must not be supposed that the concupisence of the flesh, or "the law in our members which wars against the law of mind," is a fault of marriage. Conjugal chastity makes a good use of the evil of concupiscence in the procreation of children. On Marriage and Concupiscence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Augustine, the man with upturned eye, with pen in the left h /5. book i, chap. through lust original sin is transmitted; venial sins in married persons; concupiscence of the flesh, the daughter and mother of sin. Wherefore the devil holds infants guilty who are born, not of the good by which marriage is good, but of the evil of concupiscence, which, indeed, marriage uses aright, but at which even marriage has occasion to feel shame.

Book II. 1 Augustine, in this latter book, refutes sundry sentences which had been culled by some unknown author from the first of four books that Julianus had published in opposition to the former book of his treatise "on marriage and concupiscence;"which sentences had been forwarded to him at the instance of the count valerius. on marriage and concupiscence, In Two Books, addressed to the count valerius. by aurelius augustin, bishop of hippo; written in and ———————————— Book I. Wherein He expounds the peculiar and natural blessings of marriage.   book i, chap. 27 --through lust original sin is transmitted; venial sins in married persons; concupiscence of the flesh, the daughter and mother of sin. Wherefore the devil holds infants guilty who are born, not of the good by which marriage is good, but of the evil of concupiscence, which, indeed, marriage uses aright, but at which even marriage has occasion to feel shame. From the perusal, then, of this letter, turn to the book which I send with it. It will in its very commencement, in a more convenient manner, intimate to your Reverence the reason, both why it has been written, and why it has been submitted specially to your consideration." -Saint Augustine, On Marriage And ConcupiscenceAuthor: Saint Augustine.

Carnal concupiscence on the other hand, also present in marriage, tends in its self-centered forcefulness to disturb the loving relationship which should exist between husband and wife, and so can easily prevent marital sexuality from being completely at the service of love. Concupiscence wants to have and use the other person.   These books are entitled, On Marriage and Concupiscence. We maintain that marriage is good; and that it must not be supposed that the concupiscence of the flesh, or “the law in our members which wars against the law of mind,” is a fault of marriage. Conjugal chastity makes a good use of the evil of concupiscence in the procreation of : on marriage and concupiscence, In Two Books, addressed to the count valerius. by aurelius augustin, bishop of hippo; written in and ———————————— Book I. Written about the beginning of the year A.D. Wherein He expounds the peculiar and natural blessings of marriage. on marriage and concupiscence. book i.(1) wherein he expounds the peculiar and natural blessings of marriage. he shows that among these blessings must not be reckoned fleshly concupiscence; insomuch as this is wholly evil, such as does not proceed from the very nature of marriage, but is an accident thereof arising from original sin.