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“The error of Pelagians is to conclude that doing righteousness is a condition of becoming a child of”
“Tricassin also published a commentary to several of Augustine's works to prove that Augustine calls the Pelagians heretical teachers, because they do not concede any necessity of grace for the will.”
“vital Christians" on this ground are among his mystic offenders; and that those who deny such possibilities are but too liable to be stigmatised as "Pelagians," and "Rationalists.”
“As he wrote in Against Two Letters of the Pelagians, “for unless they shall eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink His blood, they shall not have life in themselves.””
“I am a sucker for heresies, and this one has Pelagians in it.”
“Catholics and Protestants agree that a person can be saved only by grace, though Catholics tend to paint Protestants as fatalists, and Protestants tend to paint Catholics as semi-Pelagians.”
“Rejected in this connection are the Pelagians and others who deny that original sin is sin, for they hold that natural man is made righteous by his own powers, thus disparaging the sufferings and merit of Christ. [emphasis mine]”
“Are you poking fun again at other people like Semi-Pelagians, coffee-addicts etc?”
“Augustine, 1998, Answer to the Pelagians, II: Marriage and Desire, Answer to the Two Letters of the Pelagians, Answer to J.lian, vol. I/24, Roland J. Teske (trans.), J.hn E. Rotelle”
“The other conflict was with the Pelagians, followers of a contemporary British monk who denied the doctrine of original sin.”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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