Pelagian meaning

pilājēən
A follower of Pelagius, who affirmed freedom of the will and consequently denied the necessity of divine grace for justification and salvation.
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Of Pelagius, his followers, or those who hold similar doctrines.
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(archaic) Pelagic; of or pertaining to the sea.
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Of or pertaining to Pelagius (circa 354-420/440), an ascetic who denied the need for divine aid in performing good works.
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