also known as: Pelagianism

Meaning: followers of Pelagius

Pelagius was a Christian heretic and a Romano-British monk.

“Pelagians deny original sin, and regard man as by nature morally and spiritually well; semi-Pelagians regard him as morally sick” [Matthew G. Easton].

They believe that one can earn salvation through works, without the grace of God.

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