Timor est servus caritatis (s. 156.13-14)

Augustine’s Vision on Coercion in the Process of Returning Heretics to the Catholic Church and his Underlying Principles

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Uniquely African Controversy
Subtitle of host publicationStudies on Donatist Christianity
EditorsA. Dupont, M. Gaumer, M. Lamberigts
Place of PublicationLeuven-Dudley
PublisherPeeters
Pages289-309
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Publication series

NameLate Antique History and Religion
PublisherPeeters
Volume9

Cite this

van Geest, P. (2015). Timor est servus caritatis (s. 156.13-14): Augustine’s Vision on Coercion in the Process of Returning Heretics to the Catholic Church and his Underlying Principles. In A. Dupont, M. Gaumer, & M. Lamberigts (Eds.), The Uniquely African Controversy: Studies on Donatist Christianity (pp. 289-309). (Late Antique History and Religion; Vol. 9). Leuven-Dudley: Peeters.
van Geest, Paul. / Timor est servus caritatis (s. 156.13-14) : Augustine’s Vision on Coercion in the Process of Returning Heretics to the Catholic Church and his Underlying Principles. The Uniquely African Controversy: Studies on Donatist Christianity. editor / A. Dupont ; M. Gaumer ; M. Lamberigts. Leuven-Dudley : Peeters, 2015. pp. 289-309 (Late Antique History and Religion).
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van Geest, P 2015, Timor est servus caritatis (s. 156.13-14): Augustine’s Vision on Coercion in the Process of Returning Heretics to the Catholic Church and his Underlying Principles. in A Dupont, M Gaumer & M Lamberigts (eds), The Uniquely African Controversy: Studies on Donatist Christianity. Late Antique History and Religion, vol. 9, Peeters, Leuven-Dudley, pp. 289-309.

Timor est servus caritatis (s. 156.13-14) : Augustine’s Vision on Coercion in the Process of Returning Heretics to the Catholic Church and his Underlying Principles. / van Geest, Paul.

The Uniquely African Controversy: Studies on Donatist Christianity. ed. / A. Dupont; M. Gaumer; M. Lamberigts. Leuven-Dudley : Peeters, 2015. p. 289-309 (Late Antique History and Religion; Vol. 9).

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van Geest P. Timor est servus caritatis (s. 156.13-14): Augustine’s Vision on Coercion in the Process of Returning Heretics to the Catholic Church and his Underlying Principles. In Dupont A, Gaumer M, Lamberigts M, editors, The Uniquely African Controversy: Studies on Donatist Christianity. Leuven-Dudley: Peeters. 2015. p. 289-309. (Late Antique History and Religion).