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Detta fordrar dock stora ansträngningar, och Pelagius förordade ett asketiskt levnadssätt. Den främsta anledningen till detta var att han förnekade att arvssynden var synd.
Denna Pelagius lära fördöms uttryckligen i Augsburgska bekännelsens andra artikel: "Om Arvsynden". For centuries afterward, "Pelagianism" has been used since ancient times in various forms as a pejorative accusation of heresy for Christians who hold unorthodox beliefs, but it has undergone reassessment by recent scholarship.
During the fourth and fifth centuries, the church was experiencing rapid change due to the Constantinian shift to Christianity. For many, the solution was adopting Christian asceticism.
Early Christianity was theologically diverse. While Western Christianity taught that death was the result of the fall of man , a Syrian tradition, including the second-century figures Theophilus and Irenaeus , asserted that mortality preceded the fall.
Around , the doctrine of original sin was just emerging in Western Christianity, deriving from the teaching of Cyprian that infants should be baptized for the sin of Adam.
Other Christians followed Origen in the belief that infants are born in sin due to their failings in a previous life.
Rufinus the Syrian , who came to Rome in as a delegate for Jerome , followed the Syrian tradition, declaring that man had been created mortal and that each human is only punished for his own sin.
In , Pelagius and Caelestius fled Rome for Sicily and then North Africa due to the Sack of Rome by Visigoths. His views on grace were not mentioned, although Augustine who had not been present later claimed that Caelestius had been condemned because of "arguments against the grace of Christ".
Jerome attacked Pelagianism for saying that humans had the potential to be sinless, and connected it with other recognized heresies, including Origenism, Jovinianism , Manichaeanism, and Priscillianism.
Scholar Michael Rackett noted that the linkage of Pelagianism and Origenism was "dubious" but influential.
In , he wrote Dialogus adversus Pelagianos to refute Pelagian statements. Innocent's successor, Zosimus , reversed the judgement against Pelagius, but backtracked following pressure from the African bishops.
At the time, Pelagius' teachings had considerable support among Christians, especially other ascetics. Some scholars, including Nowell Myres and John Morris , have suggested that Pelagianism in Britain was understood as an attack on Roman decadence and corruption, but this idea has not gained general acceptance.
The idea that God had created anything or anyone who was evil by nature struck Pelagius as Manichean. Pelagius believed that Adam's transgression had caused humans to become mortal, and given them a bad example, but not corrupted their nature,  while Caelestius went even further, arguing that Adam had been created mortal.
Instead, Pelagius taught that the fear of death could be overcome by devout Christians, and that death could be a release from toil rather than a punishment.
He believed that teaching a strong position on free will was the best motivation for individuals to reform their conduct. By corollary, sin is not an inevitable result of fallen human nature, but instead comes about by free choice  and bad habits; through repeated sinning a person could corrupt their own nature and enslave themself to sin.
Pelagius believed that God had given man the Old Testament and Mosaic Law in order to counter these ingrained bad habits, and when that wore off over time God revealed the New Testament.
Pelagius taught that a human's ability to act correctly is a gift of God,  as well as divine revelation and the example and teachings of Jesus.
Further spiritual development, including faith in Christianity, was up to individual choice, not divine benevolence. Like Jovinian , Pelagius taught that married life was not inferior to monasticism , but with the twist that all Christians regardless of life situation were called to a kind of asceticism.
Christians should set themselves apart from the masses who are "Christian in name only" and be extraordinary and irreproachable in conduct.
Augustine criticized Pelagius' call for wealth redistribution. Because sin must be deliberate and people are only responsible for their own actions, infants are without fault and unbaptized infants will not be sent to hell.
Like many medieval theologians, Pelagius believed that instilling in Christians the fear of hell was often necessary to convince them to follow their religion where internal motivation was absent or insufficient.
Significant influences on Pelagius included Eastern Christianity , which had a more positive view of human nature ,    and classical philosophy , from which he drew the ideas of personal autonomy and self-improvement.
Theologian Carol Harrison commented that Pelagianism is "a radically different alternative to Western understandings of the human person, human responsibility and freedom, ethics and the nature of salvation" which might have come about if Augustine had not been victorious in the Pelagian controversy.
What Augustine called "Pelagianism" was more his own invention than that of Pelagius. Because Pelagius did not invent these ideas, she recommended attributing them to the ascetic movement rather than using the word "Pelagian".
Historian Eric Nelson defined genuine Pelagianism as rejection of original sin or denial of original sin's effect on man's ability to avoid sin.
Pelagius' teachings on human nature, divine grace, and sin were opposed to those of Augustine, who declared Pelagius "the enemy of the grace of God".
In contrast, Augustine argued that Christians should be motivated by the delight and blessings of the Holy Spirit and believed that it was treason "to do the right deed for the wrong reason".
According to Peter Brown, "For a sensitive man of the fifth century, Manichaeism, Pelagianism, and the views of Augustine were not as widely separated as we would now see them: they would have appeared to him as points along the great circle of problems raised by the Christian religion".
According to Nelson, Pelagianism is a solution to the problem of evil that invokes libertarian free will as both the cause of human suffering and a sufficient good to justify it.
One of the most important distinctions between Christianity and Judaism is that the former conventionally teaches justification by faith, while the latter teaches that man has the choice to follow divine law.
By teaching the absence of original sin and the idea that humans can choose between good and evil, Pelagianism advocated a position close to that of Judaism.
The resolution of the Pelagian controversy gave rise to a new controversy in southern Gaul in the fifth and sixth centuries, retrospectively called by the misnomer "semi-Pelagianism".
Their opponents, based on the tradition of Eastern Christianity, argued that Augustinian predestination contradicted the biblical passage.
Other semi-Pelagians were said to undermine the essential role of God's grace in salvation and argue for a median between Augustinianism and Pelagianism, although these alleged writings are no longer extant.
Christians often used "Pelagianism" as an insult to imply that the target denied God's grace and strayed into heresy. During the Middle Ages, Pelagius' writings were popular but usually attributed to other authors, especially Augustine and Jerome.
During the Middle Ages, it passed as a work by Jerome. Erasmus recognized that the work was not really Jerome's, writing that he did not know who the author was.
Erasmus admired the commentary because it followed the consensus interpretation of Paul in the Greek tradition. The original version of the commentary was found and published by Alexander Souter in During the modern era, Pelagianism continued to be used as an epithet against orthodox Christians.
However, there were also some authors who had essentially Pelagian views according to Nelson's definition. In Pelagianism, libertarian free will is necessary but not sufficient for God's punishment of humans to be justified, because man must also understand God's commands.
However, Kierkegaard rejected the idea that man could perfect himself. John Rawls was a critic of Pelagianism, an attitude that he retained even after becoming an atheist.
His anti-Pelagian ideas influenced his book A Theory of Justice , in which he argued that differences in productivity between humans are a result of "moral arbitrariness" and therefore unequal wealth is undeserved.
During the 20th century, Pelagius and his teachings underwent a reassessment. Pelagius oli alkuperäiseltä ammatiltaan lakimies, mutta myöhemmällä iällä ryhtyi teologiksi.
Aikalaiset kuvaavat hänet hyvin ystävälliseksi, laupeaksi ja hurskaaksi mieheksi. Pelagius kiinnitti eniten huomiota kristilliseen etiikkaan , ja muotoili oman oppinsa evankeliumien pohjalta.
Pelagiuksen opin mukaan ihmisellä on vapaa tahto valita hyvän ja pahan, pelastuksen ja kadotuksen, väliltä, ja pelastus saavutetaan Jeesuksen sanojen mukaisesti noudattamalla rakkauden kaksoiskäskyä sekä kultaista sääntöä Luuk.
Pelagiuksen mukaan vapaa tahto on ensisijainen edellytys etiikalle; jos ihmisellä ei ole vapaata tahtoa, häntä ei voida pitää syyntakeisena teoistaan, ja toisaalta jos ihmisen kohtalo on ennalta määrätty eikä ihminen kykene omilla valinnoillaan vaikuttamaan kohtaloonsa, eettinen käyttäytyminen on mieletöntä.Beide Parteien einigten sich auf einen Vertrag mit einer Laufzeit bis Mitte Vertrag bis: Februar im Achtelfinale des DFB-Pokals gegen den VfB Stuttgart.