City of God

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The term City of God may refer to The City of God (De civitate Dei), a fifth-century book by St. Augustine of Hippo, and subsequently to the Roman Catholic Church and its unity with civil power, such as existed between it and the Holy Roman Empire in the Middle Ages.

There are many derivative works and institutions:


Art, entertainment, and media[edit]



  • City of the Gods, a 1987 adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game


See also[edit]

  • Jerusalem, Israel, according to Psalm 46 in the Old Testament
  • New Jerusalem, a concept in the Abrahamic religions and Zionism
  • Rome, since the diocese of the city is known as the Holy see and the Pope is the bishop of Rome
  • Theopolis or Antioch, an ancient city in what is now Turkey called "the cradle of Christianity"