(ca. 354/360ca. 418/420). B. probably Brit. or Ireland; to Rome ca. 400; ascetic; to Carthage ca. 410/411; then to Palestine; expelled ca. 418; disappeared from hist. Works include commentaries on 13 epistles of Paul; a book on faith; treatises on Christian life, virginity, and on the divine law; letters. HTM
See also Pelagian Controversy; Pelagianism.
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