Pelagius



[puh-ley-jee-uh s] /pəˈleɪ dʒi əs/

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360?–420? English monk and theologian who lived in Rome: teachings opposed by St. Augustine.
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died a.d. 561, pope 556–561.
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died a.d. 590, pope 579–590.
/pɛˈleɪdʒɪəs/
noun
1.
?360–?420 ad, British monk, who originated the body of doctrines known as Pelagianism and was condemned for heresy (417)

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