FAUST (Faustus)( Christian Latin writer)
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Faust; Faustus, from Rizza, mind. app. 495 g. n. e., Christian Latin writer. Born in Britain, was a monk and then abbot of the monastery in Lerin (South Gallia), and eventually became bishop Rizza. Opponent teachings of Augustine, belonged to the representatives of the moderate wing of the pelagic zone (cm. Pelagius). The most important of his works were two books about grace (De gratia libri II), about the Holy Spirit (De Spiritu Sancto). Has left 12 messages, but the sermon attributed to him are not true.