- Denied original sin. He believed nobody should be born withthe sins of their ancestors, this includes the sins of Adam and Eve.
- Denied the necessity of divine grace for admittance into heaven.
- Believed that living a good life devoid of sin was grounds for salvation.
Not a popular person to the Catholic Church
. His beliefs were a direct challenge to St. Augustine
's teachings, and as such, St. Augustine spent much of his time attacking his beliefs.