The Age of Augustine (400 - 1300 AD)
He became popular and influential by subtly using Greek philosophy to “interpret” Christian doctrines. His philosophy- and human-Reason-based writings became the foundation of Roman Catholicism, and led to the “Enlightenment", theology, morality, and modern secular society.
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Have ears that hear...
and endure to the end, comrades!