Augustine: Sinfulness and Sexuality Augustine's views on sin and sexuality were expressed in his writings, such as "The Confessions," which later contributed in the birth of the Roman Catholic theory. ... Augustine's opponents believed that marriage and sexuality was linked to "original sin," so therefore marriage and sexuality was condemned. ... As a defender of marriage, Augustine was careful not to imply! ... The way Augustine viewed a woman was "a baby-making machine." Augustine felt that marriage was good if the intention was to have children, but sinful and wrong if mar...
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