Letter CXVI. From Augustine.
A long letter in which Augustine for the third time (see Letters LVI., LXVII.) restates his opinion about Jeromes theory of the dispute between Peter and Paul at Antioch. In doing so, however, he disclaims all desire to hurt Jeromes feelings, apologizes for the tone of his previous letters, and again explains that it is not his fault that they have failed so long to reach Jerome.
Written shortly after the preceding.