Pelagia (Pelagius)( Latin Christian writer)
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Biography Pelagia (Pelagius)
Pelagius; Pelagius, OK. 350 OK. 422 years. n. e., Latin Christian writer. A monk from Britain, in Rome, and later in Carthage proclaimed his doctrine of grace. Augustine criticized and rejected by the Synod of Carthage (411 g.), went to Palestine, which was rehabilitated at the synod in Diospole (415). Proclaimed P. doctrine of grace was seen in many synods and ultimately rejected by the synod of Carthage in 418 g., was approved by Pope. Augustine spent a number of works against the teachings P. Today authentic recognized several products PA, . most important of which are: a comment to 13 letters of Paul, . On the hardness of Pharaoh's heart (De induratione cordis Pharaonis), . On the Christian Life (Liber de vita christiana), . Some works, . included in Pelagia corpus (Corpus Pelagianum) and letters,
. Case II. Julian continued from ECLA.