Unformatted text preview: will of God. Augustine has a vision, epiphany of sorts. For the first time he is able to fully understand the existence of God. By not thinking about an actually substance that could be interpreted as God-like, he looks inside of himself and goes over the wall that was keeping him from under-standing. His experience is short lived. He attributes this to his lack of faith in Jesus Christ. At this time in his life he thinks of Jesus not as a divine person, but just as a person with lots of wis-dom that God chose to do his will....
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- Spring '08
- Confessions, Neal Johnson Dialogue