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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(c. A.D. 280–355) Magnus Donatus was the leader of a movement in North Africa that believed clergy who had fallen away needed to be rebaptized in order for their priesthood functions to be effective. This controversy embroiled the most of the Church for a couple of centuries. This Donatist Controversy sprang from the embers of the Lapsi Controvery a half century earlier.

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PEOPLE (see c. A.D. 280–355)

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