The early teachings of Leo and Pelagius were revived as soon as heresy became alarming.
It was an errour of Pelagius that man should have dyed though he had never synned.
The sailor officer (Nauta Pelagius vel officinalis) is metamorphic.
The dispute was brought to an issue by Pelagius and his disciples.
Pelagius, the son of a king of Galicia, persuaded his father to leave him as hostage with the Caliph.
It was inevitable that at such a time Gregory should be the one man to whom every eye turned as the successor of Pelagius.
Meantime the wily Africans quietly procured from the emperor an edict denouncing Pelagius as a heretic.
Pelagius, especially, was a most interesting man, though more of a philosopher than a Christian.
That great sacrifice is rendered unnecessary, if the views of Pelagius are accepted.
The doctrines of Pelagius were becoming fashionable and prevalent in many parts of the Empire.