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Unformatted text preview: referring to god. Augustine is very hesitant, possibly because he is unsure as to whether or not he is capable of living a religious life given his previous vices. He even goes as far as to call for god to end my impure life right now, almost as if he is begging to be forced into religion. The book he reads in section thirty is the bible, in which he finds a better understanding of his situation. He may not read much of it, but he does find a truth in what he is reading so much so that he reaches an epiphany. All of the shadows of doubt were dispelled, and it suggests that Saint Augustine is ready to accept this Lady Continence and put an end to his impure life. In relation to Saint Augustines story, this is a clear turning point as he begins to embrace the Catholic faith....
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- Spring '08