Frobisher, I'm glad you noticed the link in our portal
. Indeed it is a great book and explains a lot.
Also, if you anyone is interested, there are some great articles on the many things that slowly caused the split here
Before disdaining everything "Augustinian," let's remember that the Blessed Augustine, Bishop of Hippo in North Africa and son of St. Monica, is not only considered as one of the Fathers by the Western Church, but even in Eastern Orthodoxy he is still venerated as a Saint (there is an Orthodox church named for him in Denver, CO, where Fr. Alexey Young, now a ROCOR hieromonk, once served). Blessed Augustine's "Confessions" can be read for greater edification of the soul during the upcoming Lenten season. The mistake the West makes is in making *all* of St. Augustine's teachings "infallible." But we know that even saints can make mistakes, and the Blessed Augustine *never* intentionally taught heresy.