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NPNF1-05. St. Augustine: Anti-Pelagian Writings
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Chapter 39 [XXXVI]—A Letter of Pelagius Unknown to Augustin.

“Let them also read,” says he, “my epistle to the holy Bishop Constantius, wherein I have—briefly no doubt, but yet plainly—conjoined the grace and help of God with man’s free will.” This epistle, as I have already stated,18801880     See above, ch. 37 [xxxiv.]. I have not read; but if it is not unlike the other writings which he mentions, and with which I am acquainted, even this work does nothing for the subject of our present inquiry.


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