Definition for PE-LA'GI-AN

PE-LA'GI-AN, n. [from Pelagius, a native of Great Britain, who lived in the fourth century.]

A follower of Pelagius, a monk of Banchor or Bangor, who denied original sin, and asserted the doctrine of free will and the merit of good works. – Bp. Hall.

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