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Augustine & The Pelagian Controversy

By Benjamin B. Warfield

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   Part 1: The Origin & Nature of Pelgagianism - It was inevitable that the energy of the Church in intellectually realizing and defining its doctrines in relation to one another, should first be d
   Part 2: The External History of The Pelagian Controversy - Pelagius seems to have been already somewhat softened by increasing age when he came to Rome about the opening of the fifth century. He was also const
   Part 3 : Augustine's Part in The Controversy - Both by nature and by grace, Augustine was formed to be the champion of truth in this controversy. Of a naturally philosophical temperament, he saw in
   Part 4: The Theology of Grace - The theology which Augustine opposed, in his anti-Pelagian writings, to the errors of Pelagianism, is, shortly, the theology of grace. Its roots were

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