St Augustine (354–430), St Francis (1182–1226) and St Thomas Aquinas (1225–74)
This chapter covers the timeframe from the early period of Christianity, all the way to the years that immediately followed the Renaissance. The discussion is divided into four main sections: the New Testament and human welfare, St Augustine, St Francis, and St Thomas Aquinas. It is noted that this period was dominated by the ideas of churchmen, who viewed individuals and their problems using a Church perspective.
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