You face the insinuations of the Pelagians
and the demi- Peligians.
The norm gives to the Pelagian
the security of feeling superior, of having a precise orientation.
Offshore NC-41, north-west of Tripoli called Bahr es-Salam which contains oil, has a Pelagian
Fm with characteristics partly similar to those of el-Bouri.
Sproul, "The Pelagian
Captivity of the Church," Modern Reformation 10.
Three of the blocks are offshore Cosmos, Hammamet and Yasmin in the Pelagian
Heady claims that his use of realism betrays the Pelagian
leanings of Dickens' later theology--conversion by human effort and spiritual education (21-23).
GRATIA IN AUGUSTINE'S SERMONES AD POPULUM DURING THE PELAGIAN
CONTROVERSY: DO DIFFERENT CONTEXTS FURNISH DIFFERENT INSIGHTS?
Might some Christians give a hearing to the anonymous Pelagian
author of the treatise De divitiis (On Wealth), written sometime between 408 and 414?
Hunter's argument that the play represents a fundamentally Pelagian
universe serves to highlight the paradox confronting the Moor throughout the dramatic action.
Gratia in Augustine's Sermones ad populum during the Pelagian
controversy; do different contexts furnish different insights?
The Permit is located onshore Tunisia in the Pelagian
Shelf (Sahel Plains) of the Pelagian
Basin near the port City of Sfax and contains oil & gas infrastructure.
The author also does a good job of showing at least two motivations for Maistre's pro-Jesuit sentiments: on the one hand, he saw the Jesuits as articulate international spokesmen for an Ultramontanist maximization of papal roles; on the other hand, he viewed the Jesuits as Pelagian
in their theological anthropology, an anthropology with which he agreed.