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This front matter section of the book Preacher of Grace: A Critical Reappraisal of Augustine's Doctrine of Grace in his Sermones ad Populum on Liturgical Feasts and during the Donatist Controversy contains the Table of Contents and Acknowledgements. The book presents a study of the presence and treatment of the relationship between divine gratia and human libertas in Augustine's sermones ad populum that surpasses these terms' use in a specifically anti-Pelagian context. It addresses the following research question: which elements of Augustine's doctrine of grace are to be found in his sermones as a whole, external to the specifically anti-Pelagian context? Two lines of approach are envisaged here. The twofold line of approach presumes a twofold methodology: a thematic/ content-based and a chronological/contextual-comparative source study.

Keywords: anti-Pelagian context; Augustine; libertas; sermones ad populum

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