Saint Augustin

San Agustny Christianity:
The Fathers of the Church, especially Latinos, lived in Rome under the rule, although the new religion was persecuted during the second and third centuries, but in the fourth century, with San Agustin, the situation the rule was difficult situation, because the barbarians were bringing their influence to the heart of the empire was already weakened by waves of invasions, so that the emperor, perhaps, I thought that strategic alliances with the Church he may be useful.
The influence of gnsticos and Neoplatonism, especially that of Plotinus, as we have outlined, but we must take into account the influence of maniquesmo in San Agustin. Manes, leader of the Manichean sect, defended the opposition between Good and Evil, in a permanent struggle. As to how the Church relates to the State, we believe of interest to mention Hegel, who explained it this way:
“So this new world had to be accepted and collected by a new human genus, by the barbarians, it is characteristic of barbarians, indeed, spiritual treated in a sensitive manner, of the barbarians North, in particular, since only the nrdico be-within-a-s is the immediate principle of this new consciousness of the world. “

The topics about the so-called Augustinian POLITICAL is of great interest by his involvement politics, that is, the power relationship between Church and political.

Ojea Bridge can help us to clarify key issues, as we shall see

“In the vision of San Agustin, the essential political dimension of Jesus, the national and social rebellion of Israel, tena to be excluded to settle down, he was inconsistent, rigor with the universalism of Pauline origin soteriolgico mythical (…) Gives expression teolgica Agustn finished what was brought in Paul and the Gospels: the mythical interpretation of the neutralization Jessy drama of historical and revolutionary vocation of Judeo-Christianity, by ADOPTION helnicas forms of thinking. ” [4]

The state is incorporated into the Church, in the papal theocracy since Pope Gelasius, in 492 to 496 notes “that the Emperor is the son of the Church.”

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