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    William S. Babcock (1979). Augustine's Interpretation of Romans. Augustinian Studies 10:55-74.
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    William S. Babcock (1985). John Edward Chisholm, C.S.SP., Ed., The Pseudo-Augustinian “Hypomnesticon” Against the Pelagians and the Celestians, 2. Fribourg: University Press, 1980. Paper. Pp. X, 249. SFr 52. [REVIEW] Speculum 60 (2):474-475.
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    William S. Babcock (1991). A Changing of the Christian God The Doctrine of the Trinity in the Seventeenth Century. Interpretation 45 (2):133-146.
    In the interval between the time of the Reformation and today, large numbers of Christians seem quietly to have shifted their allegiance from one God to another, leaving themselves with the doctrine of the Trinity but no longer retaining the God whom it adumbrates.
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    William S. Babcock (1994). Augustine and the Spirituality of Desire. Augustinian Studies 25:179-199.
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