Eastwood started with ten men but went out with a positive attitude and managed to produce one of their best team performances for a long time against a strong Ilkeston Team. Eastwood went in at half time with a 4-1 lead . Ilkeston were still threatening but Eastwood maintained their discipline and ran out 6-2 winners. Every player put a good shift in so each one got man of match. Credit to Ilkeston who never gave up and played the game in a good sporting manner. Eastwood scorers were Curtis Rigley (2), Freddie Place, Alex Clifton, Finlay Billson and Josh Armstrong. Finlay Haywood and Jack Townsend scored or Ilkeston.
Augustinian doctrine is, again, essentially theological , and has God for its centre. To be sure Augustine is a great philosopher , and Fénelon said of him: "If an enlightened man were to gather from the books of St. Augustine the sublime truths which this great man has scattered at random therein, such a compendium [ extrait ], made with discrimination, would be far superior to Descartes' Meditations ." And indeed just such a collection was made by the Oratorian ontologist , André Martin . There is then a philosophy of St. Augustine , but in him philosophy is so intimately coupled with theology as to be inseparable from it. Protestant historians have remarked this characteristic of his writings. "The world," says Eucken , "interests him less than" the action of God in the world and especially in ourselves. God and the soul are the only subjects the knowledge Of which ought to fire us with enthusiasm. All knowledge becomes moral , religious knowledge , or rather a moral , religious conviction, an act of faith on the part of man , who gives himself up unreservedly." And with still greater energy Böhringer has said: "The axis on which the heart, life and theology of Augustine move is God ." Oriental discussions on the Word had forced Athanasius and the Greek Fathers to set faith in the Word and in Christ , the Saviour, at the very summit of theology ; Augustine , too, in his theology , places the Incarnation at the centre of the Divine plan, but he looks upon it as the great historic manifestation of God to humanity the idea of God dominates all: of God considered in His essence (On the Trinity ), in His government (The City of God) or as the last end of all Christian life ( Enchiridion and On the Christian Combat ).