Part Three: The Pelagian Crisis (411–430)
Edited By Frederick Van Fleteren
Contemporary Select Bibliography
The contemporary bibliography on Augustine, Pelagius, and Pelagianism is far too extensive to allow for a complete listing of authors and their writings here. Presentation of such a bibliography would take us too far afield from the purpose of the present volume. Attempts at such a listing have already been partially addressed in other works and are noted below.
Bibliothèque augustinienne. Vols 21–24. (Most of Augustine’s anti-Pelagian works are presented with the Latin text on one page and a French translation opposite. The Notes complèmentaires in the rear of these volumes, much in the manner of Louis Sebastian, by eminent French scholars of the time, present sound background and interpretation of Augustine’s texts. An extensive, although somewhat dated, French bibliography can be found on the several question concerning Augustine, Pelagius, and Pelagianism.)
Drecol, V. (ed.) Augustin Handbuch. “Der Pelagianische Streit,” (179–201); “Anti-Pelagianische Werke” (323–346) Tübingen. 2007. (This work is the most recent attempt at exposition of Augustine’s entire life and works. Various contributors present partial contemporary bibliographies on Augustine, Pelagius, and Pelagianism in the pages cited. German bibliography is emphasized throughout the work)
Fitzgerald, A. et alii (eds.). Augustine through the Ages: An Encyclopedia. Grand Rapids. 1999. (Throughout this work various articles and bibliographies by several authors on topics and works pertinent to Pelagius, Pelagianism, Augustine’s response, and related topics are to be found. French and German works are often cited, but the preponderance are in...
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