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Grace, Free Will, & Synergy in Orthodoxy: A Brief Excerpt from St. Faustus of Riez

Over a year ago, I wrote a series of posts concerning Pelagius, St. Augustine, and St. John Cassian’s teachings on grace and free will. As do many Orthodox commentators on this Latin doctrinal debate in the early history of the … Continue reading

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Pelagius Explored: On His Own Terms Part Three/Conclusion

Note (added October 2019): It has been some time since I have come to this conclusion, but I am compelled to say, even if my explanation is not fully clear, that lack of stark separation between nature and grace in … Continue reading

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