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Augustin Anti Pelagian Writings

Augustin Anti Pelagian Writings

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NPNF1-05. St. Augustin: Anti-PelagianWritings
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Philip Schaff 
 
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NPNF1-05. St. Augustin: Anti-Pelagian Writings 
by Philip Schaff
NPNF1-05. St. Augustin: Anti-Pelagian Writings
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Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library
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New York: Christian Literature Publishing Co., 1886
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Public Domain
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This text has been carefully proofread and compared with the printedition.
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All; Proofed; Early Church
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BR60
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Christianity
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Early Christian Literature. Fathers of the Church, etc.
 
Table of Contents
p. ii
About This Book ......................................
p. 1Title Page...........................................p. 2Credits.............................................p. 3Contents...........................................p. 6Preface to the American Edition............................p. 8Introductory Essay on Augustin and the Pelagian Controversy.........p. 8A Select Bibliography of the Pelagian Controversy...............p. 9Introductory Essay on Augustin and the Pelagian Controversy........p. 9The Origin and Nature of Pelagianism......................p. 14The External History of the Pelagian Controversy...............p. 19Augustin’s Part in the Controversy.........................p. 70The Theology of Grace................................p. 78Dedication of Volume I. Of the Edinburgh Edition.................p. 79Dedication of Volume II. Of the Edinburgh Edition.................p. 80Preface to Volume I. Of the Edinburgh Edition...................p. 88Preface to Volume II. Of the Edinburgh Edition...................p. 91A Treatise on the Merits and Forgiveness of Sins, and on the Baptism ofInfants.............................................p. 91Title Page..........................................p. 91Extract from Augustin’s Retractations........................p. 92Book I............................................p. 92Introductory, in the Shape of an Inscription to His FriendMarcellinus........................................p. 93If Adam Had Not Sinned, He Would Never Have Died............p. 93It is One Thing to Be Mortal, Another Thing to Be Subject to Death.....p. 94Even Bodily Death is from Sin............................p. 95The Words, Mortale (Capable of Dying), Mortuum (Dead), and Moriturus(Destined to Die)....................................p. 95How It is that the Body Dead Because of Sin..................p. 96The Life of the Body the Object of Hope, the Life of the Spirit Being aPrelude to It.......................................p. 97Bodily Death from Adam’s Sin............................p. 97Sin Passes on to All Men by Natural Descent, and Not Merely byImitation..........................................p. 98The Analogy of Grace.................................
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