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Granted, it was very early in church history, and women were still basically property, but there's nothing much in anything I've read or heard that suggests Pelagius would be any different.
Again, this just does not seem to be an issue for Pelagius. He was clearly worried about other things. He does have a work called "On Nature," but it's not what you think (i.e. it should be called "On Human Nature").
Five stars here, because, yes, he is technically a heretic. Though, perhaps if we still had more than just fragments of his works, he could defend himself a little better.
I'm going to give him a three, just for taking on Augustine, who is pretty bad-ass himself.
And a quote:
"Those who are unwilling to correct their own way of life appear to want to correct nature itself instead."
An interesting thought.
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