A Treatise against two letters of the pelagians
by aurelius augustin, bishop of hippo; In Four Books, written to boniface, bishop of the roman church, in opposition to two letters of the pelagians, a.d. 420, or a little later
Extract from Augustin's "Retractations,"
Book II. Chap. 61,
On the Following Treatise,
"contra duas epistolas pelagianorum."
Then follow four books which I wrote to Boniface, bishop of the Roman Church, in opposition to two letters of the Pelagians, because when they came into his hands he had sent them to me, finding in them a calumnious mention of my name. This work commences on this wise: "I had indeed known you by the praise of your renowned fame."