Pelagian seems man as neutral/good both before and after the fall. Not postively good before the fall, and positively bad after the fall (as Augustinianism). Nor possibly good before the fall, and mostly bad after the fall (as Arminianism).
To me, that's the basic issue. What was man before the fall, and what has man become because of the fall. However those are answered will lead to the various schools of thought (or the schools of thought lead to the views).
Originally Posted by ericfromcowtown
Adam B., Old Dominion, RPCNA
Ratio immutabilis facit praeceptum immutabile