Galindo Prudentius

(d. 861)

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(d. 861),

Bp. of Troyes from c.843. He played a major part in the controversy on predestination between Hincmar of Reims and Gottschalk; he defended Gottschalk's Augustinianism and denied the general saving will of God. In his Epistola ad Hincmarum he taught the doctrine of double predestination to damnation as well as to salvation.

Subjects: Christianity.

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