#473 – A History of the Catholic Church – Faustus and the Henotikon

St. Faustus of Riez leads the bishops of Gaul against the theology of Predestination showing that the defeat of Pelagius has not meant the complete acceptance of Augustine. In the East, in an attempt to create unity between Chalcedonians and Monophysites, Eastern Emperor Zeno issues the Henotikon.

Photo of image of Saint Faustus by Reinhardhauke

Selections from the writings of St. Faustus

“Augustine, Pelagius and the Southern Gallic Tradition: Faustus of Riez’s De Gratia Dei,” in Grace for Grace: The Debates After Augustine and Pelagius.

Raúl Villegas Marín, “Lucidus on Predestination: The Damnation of Augustine’s Predestinationism in the Synods of Arles (373) and Lyons (474)”. Papers Presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2007. Leuven: Peeters, 2010. pp. 163-167

The Henotikon

Michel van Esbroeck, “The Memra on the Parrot by Isaac of Antioch”, The Journal of Theological Studies, New Series. Vol. 47. No. 2. October 1996. pp. 464-476

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