Refers to a movement within The Christian tradition that is synonymous with Western (Latin) Christianity and claims its authority back to Peter and the Apostles but was repudiate... more (predominately in France) in the 17th century developed by Cornelius Cornelius Jansen (A.D. 1585–1638) Catholic bishop of Ypres in Belgium, and author of the posthumously published Augustinus (A.D. 1640), which argued... more that advocated a strong version of theologies founded on Augustine’s theology which formed the foundation for Western Christian theology for Catholics, Lutherians and Calvinists. theology that emphasized Is violation to God’s Law, and implicitly includes disobedience to God’s the command to love God and one’s neighbor. See mortal sin, original si... more, Is a term used to identify unmerited assistance by God primarily to redeem and transform human beings. In the early and medieval church it also referr... more, and The Augustinian doctrine that God bestows the grace of salvation on some individuals while assigning others to hell, independent of human choice or ac... more. Jansenism was condemned by Rome due to is similarities to The main branch of the Reformed Protestant tradition that took its name from its founder, John Calvin. It is characterized by a strong belief in prede... more yet it persisted for several decades until King Louis XIV was able to squelch it.