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Stephen Penn

’s Death , translated by Mary F. Rousseau (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1968), p. 59. 61 Manichaeism, which originated with the Persian Gnostic theologian Mani in the second half of the third century CE , posited two Gods, one good and the other evil. Mani’s ideas influenced Augustine, who wrote in some detail about them before finally rejecting them. Pelagianism, named after the British or possibly Irish theologian Pelagius (fl. early fifth century CE ), established the principle that any individual could make progress towards

in John Wyclif