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pelagius meaning

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  • Noun: Pelagius
    1. A British or Irish monk who denied the doctrines of original sin and predestination and defended human goodness and free will; his views were declared heretical by the Council of Ephesus in 431 (circa 360-418)

    Type of: monastic, monk

    Encyclopedia: Pelagius

  • pelagius, a man as close to me as any, is there now,
  • But you, arthur, your path to god is through pelagius
  • But you, arthur, your path to god is through pelagius
  • pelagius told me once there is no worse death
  • They killed pelagius a year past
  • Again Pelagius won, and Munuza was killed in the fighting.
  • Pelagius became better known around 380 when he moved to Rome.
  • Following an appeal from Augustine, Pope Innocent I condemned Pelagius.
  • After he confiscated their property in Antioch, Pelagius excommunicated him.
  • The Caliph offered him his freedom if Pelagius converted to Islam.
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