Augustinus, die Manichäer und das Essen von Fleisch

Abstract

St. Augustine, Manichaeism and the Consumption of Meat. This article considers the relation of St. Augustine to Manichaeism, which is sometimes considered as a religion of cosmic well-beeing through vegetarianism. A closer look at the food regulations and the practice of the Manichaeans of abstaining from meat consumption will help to fully understand St. Augustines reactions. It is of particular importance that St. Augustine interprets the Old Testament allegorically and thus developed an attitude that differs from the Manichaean conception.

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