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From Hero to Saint

This paper addresses Professor Ambrosio's insights about the difference between a hero and a saint as it discusses the conversion of Saul of Tarsus as a hero and of Augustine of Hippo as a saint.
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From Hero to Saint Professor Ambrosio's insights on how the hero in Greek and Romanculture becomes integrated into the idea of the saint in the process ofconversion can be explained through a comparison of Saul of Tarsus andAugustine of Hippo Professor Ambrosio explains the differencebetween the hero and the saint in terms of the debate between evolution andintelligent design with the evolutionary perspective denoting the hero'sworldview and intelligent design denoting that of the saint Thedifference between these two worldviews lies in the

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