Difference between revisions of "Praylius of Jerusalem"

From OrthodoxWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(new page)
 
m (spelling)
Line 1: Line 1:
'''Praylius of Jerusalem''', also '''Pravlios''' was the Bishop of Jerusalem of the [[Church of Jerusalem]] from 417 to 420. title is known of the life of Bishop Praylius.  
+
'''Praylius of Jerusalem''', also '''Pravlios''' was the Bishop of Jerusalem of the [[Church of Jerusalem]] from 417 to 420. Little is known of the life of Bishop Praylius.  
  
 
When Praylius succeeded [[John II of Jerusalem|John II]] as [[bishop]] of Jerusalem and joined those who opposed the teachings of Pelagius, Pope Zosimus of Rome reversed his sympathy for [[Pelagianism|Pelagius]]' views and condemned him and his [[heretic|heretical]] teaching. <ref>http://www.answers.com/topic/pelagius  Pelagius</ref> Patr. Juvenal succeeded Praylius as [[bishop]] of Jerusalem in 420.
 
When Praylius succeeded [[John II of Jerusalem|John II]] as [[bishop]] of Jerusalem and joined those who opposed the teachings of Pelagius, Pope Zosimus of Rome reversed his sympathy for [[Pelagianism|Pelagius]]' views and condemned him and his [[heretic|heretical]] teaching. <ref>http://www.answers.com/topic/pelagius  Pelagius</ref> Patr. Juvenal succeeded Praylius as [[bishop]] of Jerusalem in 420.

Revision as of 01:24, April 30, 2010

Praylius of Jerusalem, also Pravlios was the Bishop of Jerusalem of the Church of Jerusalem from 417 to 420. Little is known of the life of Bishop Praylius.

When Praylius succeeded John II as bishop of Jerusalem and joined those who opposed the teachings of Pelagius, Pope Zosimus of Rome reversed his sympathy for Pelagius' views and condemned him and his heretical teaching. [1] Patr. Juvenal succeeded Praylius as bishop of Jerusalem in 420.

Reference

  1. http://www.answers.com/topic/pelagius Pelagius
Succession box:
Praylius of Jerusalem
Preceded by:
John II
Bishop of Jerusalem
417-420
Succeeded by:
Juvenal
Help with box



Source