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- List of Abbreviations
- 1 The Caricature of Pelagius’ Teaching and its Disjunction from the Reality of Texts Written by Pelagius
- 2 Pelagius did not Invent Anything: All the Teachings in His Writings Had Already Been Widely Disseminated in Ascetic Paraenesis (Part I)
- 3 Pelagius did not Invent Anything: All the Teachings in His Writings Had Already Been Widely Disseminated in Ascetic Paraenesis (Parts II and III)
- 4 No Organised Movement Existed, and No Individual Held the Collection of Views Attributed to ‘Pelagianism’
- 5 Systemic Problems of Definition and Classification
- 6 The Invention of ‘Pelagianism’: Motive and Means
- 7 The Manuscript Evidence and its Implications
- The Myth of Pelagianism
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