But what most of all deformed Christianity was the system of penance which rose out of pelagianism.
The denial of universal ideas is rationalism and materialism in philosophy, as it is pelagianism and Arminianism in theology.
pelagianism began to revive in Britain some years later, but St. German came over a second time, and once more put it down.
Theologically, the Thomistic system approximates to pantheism, while that of Scotus inclines distinctly to pelagianism.
He commenced war upon the schoolmen, and was peculiarly hostile to Thomas Aquinas, whom he accused of pelagianism.
He distinguishes three several opinions, opposed in three different degrees to pelagianism.
Personal responsibility may be made a doctrinal basis, and develope into Arminianism or pelagianism.
pelagianism, at the same time, multiplied rites and ceremonies.
And as if one heresy were not enough, pelagianism was spreading with the connivance of the Bishops in the territory of Picenum.
In another letter of the same year he said that "Arminianism and pelagianism have made a strange progress within a few years."
1530s (n.); 1570s (adj.), from Medieval Latin Pelagianus, from Pelagius, Latinized form of the name of 4c. British monk who denied the doctrine of original sin. Combated by Augustine, condemned by Pope Zosimus in 418 C.E. His name in Welsh was said to have been Morgan, literally "sea-dweller" (cf. Greek pelagos "sea;" see pelagic). Related: Pelagianism.