On St Augustine's "Confessiones" Book II and Modern Life


In Book II of “Confessiones,” St. Augustine remembers his teenage years and the sins committed therein. He had taken a break from his studies in his sixteenth year due to his family’s financial situation and fell into sins that seem common to all young men throughout human history. His lamentations about this period included attempting to discern why he had enjoyed sinning for the sake of sinning, as he could not justify an act of transgression he committed in any other way.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://ordoevangelistarum.com/on-st-augustines-confessiones-book-ii-and-modern-life/