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St Prosper Aquitaine the Call of All Nations (Ancient Christian Writers #14)

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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 around 450 against the Semi-Pelagians, probably at Rome.
Hardcover, 234 pages
Published December 1st 1952 by Paulist Press
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Jonathan Rodebaugh
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So far this book is fantastic. Prosper was a 5th century lay theologian that fought the heresy of the semi-pelagians. This work was utilized posthumously at the council of orange. Prosper was an Augustinian apologist that eventually affirmed single predestination while rejecting predestined damnation and limited atonement. This is his seminal work concerning this position.
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St. Prosper was a defender of Augustine during the semi-pelagian controversy that occurred shortly after Augustine's death. In this book he discusses the issue of how God can want all men to be saved, but at the same time not save everyone.
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