Divine Grace and Human Agency: A Study of the Semi-Pelagian Controversy

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The hundred years after Augustine of Hippo's death was crucial for the doctrine of grace in the Western church. Alternating waves of enthusiasm for Augustine's teaching and objections to its more extreme positions gradually began to shape an interpretation of Augustine that was to become Augustinianism. Weaver carefully traces the course of this controversy from the last years of Augustine's life to the Council of Orange in 529.

Divine Grace and Human Agency: A Study of the Semi-Pelagian Controversy 1996, Catholic University of America Press

ISBN-13: 9780813210124

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Divine Grace and Human Agency: A Study of the Semi-Pelagian Controversy 1996, Mercer University Press

ISBN-13: 9780865544918

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