Death of Pope John IV, an Opponent of the Heresy Monotheletism Hot

Death of Pope John IV, an Opponent of the Heresy Monotheletism

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Pope John IV dies. A staunch opponent of the heresy of Monotheletism, he nevertheless tried to defend the reputation of Pope Honorius I, the pope largely responsible for the spread of Monotheletism.

Pope John IV also had to act against Pelagianism, a new heresy which was spreading in the Irish Church.

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