Why do some Reformed churches revere Augustine?

We have never understood why some Christians in Reformed churches revere the Roman Catholic theologian and so-called “saint” Augustine.

He was born in the year 354 AD and died in 430 AD.

Apparently there is a shrine to him in Italy which is nothing other than idolatry.

What do his “fans” in the Reformed camp make of this?

In recent days we were shocked to read of his views on prostitution.

He said, “If you do away with harlots, the world will be convulsed with lust.”

Our response to “St” Augustine’s views on prostitution can be summed with one word, “WICKED.”

2 thoughts on “Why do some Reformed churches revere Augustine?

  1. am sure Augustine is turning in his grave worrying what mrsandmrwhite thinks about him in 2016, in 430 ad there was no english language, printing presses or roman catholic church for that matter, after all this is what Jesus said concerning prostitution “” exactly the same number of words he said about homosexuality.

  2. Someone also said ‘If you get rid of the Whites the world will be a better place’. That person should be a saint too.

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