Five Card Story: Saint Augustine of Hippo "Aurelius Augustinus"

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This storyboard depicts one most prominent life experience of St. Augustine of Hippo in his time.

During his mirthful visit in the town of Caesarea Mauretanensis, he found himself stopping by the might of personality and terms a growing clamor. He was never without disagreements to persist, normally with others of his religion. In his times of rustication at Hippo, he wrote a book after another attacking Manichaeism, a Christian sect he had joined in his late teens and left 10 years later when it became impolitic to settle among them (p1). This happening directs him to unlock the door of his philosophies' utmost potentials and ascent greatest favours (p2). This episode in his life also made him broaden his amplest perceptions of life which radiates positive energy and a novel way of touching Christianity (p3). At the latter, this encounter guided him further in his pursuits and enabled him to perform directions to his aspirations and theologies in life (p4). When he died on August 28, 430 he left his doctrinal writings which made a significant contribution to Christianity. (p5)

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