Pelagius and Augustine in St. Louis

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Tripe based on misunderstanding of Wesley's theology

Seriously? The author should know better. Wesley, although no fan of Augustine, and willing to give Pelagius the benefit of the doubt (since none of his writings were extant), was 100% not a Pelegian. Here's a good link to what Wesley actually said about Pelagius, none of which supports this author's misleading statements:
http://www.craigladams.com/archive/files/wesley-on-pelagius.html

Paul W. 35 days ago

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