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<i>Gratia</i> in Augustine’s <i>Sermones ad Populum</i> during the Pelagian Controversy

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Studying the presence of grace in Augustine's <i>sermones ad populum</i> preached during the period of the Pelagian controversy, this book eplores the anthropological-ethical perspective of his doctrine of grace and indicates the continuity in his reflections on grace and human freedom.

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