St. Augustine... babies

St. Augustine... babies - to child yourself, this being...

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Houston Scarborough Dr. Roberts – Life 102 1/28/08 St. Augustine’s View of Babies My earliest memory is of my younger brothers first birthday and the family gathering that ensued. I was four years old at the time and was still perceived as an innocent and harmless individual by most. St. Augustine asks “Was it a sin to cry when I wanted to feed at the breast?” To impute the innocents of a child is an attempt to corrupt
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Unformatted text preview: to child yourself, this being because a baby has no power to commit crimes and sins. St. Augustine has seen sin a baby, jealousy he claims has been an attempt to steal attention away from other members of the family. This however, may be true, although a baby deserves and requires attention....
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