To cement the brilliant irony of it all, I'd just yesterday read a great quote by Francis Beckwith:
Saint Augustine, whose genius helped rid the Church of the Pelagian and semi-Pelagian heresies, would not be welcomed ...as a faculty member at virtually any evangelical seminary, because the Bishop of Hippo accepted the deuterocanonica
l books as part of the Old Testament canon, the deposit of Sacred Tradition, apostolic succession, the gracious efficacy of the Sacraments, the Real Presence of the Eucharist, baptismal regeneration, and the infusion of God's grace for justification.
Perhaps Augustine had more to confess to than we previously thought! Confessions of St. Augustine, pt. 2: Escape from Pagan Mountain.