Boethius (ca. 470-524) : Christian History Institute
At first, when on death row, Boethius felt sorry for himself; but then he remembered his classical training, and took comfort in philosophy, penning a masterpiece of the Middle Ages. This is one of Christian History Institute's series of famous Christian quotations "In Context."
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