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14. St. Prosper of Aquitaine: The Call of All Nations (Ancient Christian Writers) [Hardcover]

By Tiro Prosper (Author), Prosper (Author) & Prudentius De Letter (Author)
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This is the first treatise in ancient Christian literature on the problem of the salvation of infidels. It is a controversial work written against the Semi-Pelagians about the year 450, probably at Rome.

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A monumental project which brings the English-speaking work key selections from the remarkable literature of early Christianity -- vertiable trasures of Christian faith and theology in superb translations.

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Studio: Paulist Press
Pages   248
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.78" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.88"
Weight:   1 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Jan 1, 1978
Publisher   Paulist Press
Series  Ancient Christian Writers  
Series Number  14  
ISBN  0809102536  
ISBN13  9780809102532  


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A great defense of Augustinianism  Aug 29, 2008
Prosper of Aquitaine was a layman in the 5th century who fought valiantly against the encroaching system of semi-pelagianism. Earlier in his career, Prosper defended a strict Augustinianism including the idea of double predestination and limited atonement (to some extent at least). By the time this book was written, Prosper's Augustinianism was in a milder form. Prosper clearly affirms single predestination, the idea the God saves man by pure grace alone, apart from anything he can do. At the same time, He affirms that Christ died for all men, and if anyone is lost, it is due to his own sin, not to God's predestination. This milder Augustinianism predominated for some time and was officially recognized at the Council of Orange in the next century under the guidance of Caesarius of Arles. This position was eventually accepted by the Lutheran Reformation. Martin Luther himself highly praised this book, though he thought it to be written by St. Ambrose.
 

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