When I listed Calvin and Augustine it was on the assumption I could verbally communicate with them. I don't see why Augustine might find some of us heretics. Perhaps the time and culture gap is too much for a meaningful conversation. I imagine a conversation with Calvin would be pleasant, however.You ever meet a famous person and you're excited to meet them but they couldn't care less about meeting you? That's how I imagine meeting Calvin or Augustine. Plus Augustine would probably think us all heretics. And my spoken Latin isn't that good. Better to have lunch with my pastor methinks. Joel Beeke would also be neat.
Well, he found donatism to be a heresy worth coercion by the civil magistrate (ep. 100), and their central teachings touching the sacraments were no more extreme than today's baptists. So credobaptism would probably attract his censure, and it's quite possible that denial of baptismal regeneration, reformed or zwinglian views of the eucharist, differing views of penance, the efficacy of works for salvation, and justification would too.I don't see why Augustine might find some of us heretics.
I changed my answer. I now want to eat lunch with the rich man from Luke 16. But I am not sure if I can offer him a drink of cold water or not.This is a little morbid but maybe interesting non-elect persons should be considered because after death we’ll all be able to talk with the saints.