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Feast of St. Alipius (August 16)

Above:  Ruins of the Amphiteater at Carthage

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Roman Catholic Bishop of Tagaste and Friend of Saint Augustine of Hippo… 515 more words


Test all things; Original Sin.

Most today in the Church believe that everything God has created is good. Yet when it comes to mankind they believe man is created with a sinful nature, due to the original sin that Adam and Eve committed. 1,072 more words


Pelagius Explored: On His Own Terms Part Two

In Part One of my series on Pelagius, I had previously discussed the historical context in which Pelagius developed his doctrines regarding grace and free will. 633 more words


Pelagius Explored: On His Own Terms Part One

Issues regarding free will, consciousness, autonomy, and human nature have always fascinated me, both from the philosophical perspective and the theological perspective. One of the most interesting subjects within Christian theology has always been the subject of human free will and the grace of God in their roles in human salvation. 1,116 more words


Pelagius quotes.

“Obedience results from a decision of the mind, not the substance of the body.” Pelagius.

“those who are unwilling to correct their own way of life appear to want to correct nature itself instead.” Pelagius. 415 more words