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Augustine vs. Pelagius at the Council of Chalcedon

Augustine is the most important theologian of the early Church. What was his conflict with Pelagius?

How did this conflict impact the development of Christian theology?

Which side is more persuasive? Why?

What was the conclusion of the Council of Chalcedon regarding the relationship between the humanity and deity of Jesus Christ?

Describe the controversy between the Alexandrian and Antiochene Christians that led to the calling of the council.

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1. Augustine is the most important theologian of the early Church. What was his conflict with Pelagius?
2. How did this conflict impact the development of Christian theology?
3. Which side is more persuasive? Why?
4. What was the conclusion of the Council of Chalcedon regarding the relationship between the humanity and deity of Jesus Christ?
5. Describe the controversy between the ...

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This solution deals with the conflict between Augustine and Pelagius at the Council of Chalcedon regarding Christ's divinity and man's original sin.

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