The Age of Pelagius

"For decades now our politics and culture have been dominated by a particular philosophy of freedom. It is a philosophy of liberation from family and tradition, of escape from God and community... a philosophy that has defined our age, though it is far from new. In fact, its most influential proponent lived 1,700 years ago: a British monk who eventually settled in Rome named Pelagius." - Christianity Today

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Haven't had time to read this yet, but I'm skeptical that Pelagianism has much to do with modern western leftism.

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