Puritan Board Junior
The Coluthians are called such after a certain Coluthus, who said that God did not create evils, contrary to what is written: "I, God, creating evils(Isaiah 45:7)". The Florinians are called such after Florinus, who, in an opposite way, said that God did create evils, contrary to what is written: "God made all things, and behold, they were very good(Genesis 1:31)". And consequently, although they stated contrary things, both were resisting the divine statements. For God does create evil, by imposing most just punishments, which Coluthus did not understand; but He does not create evil natures and substances insofar as they are natures and substances, wherein Florinus erred.
St. Augustine: De haeresibus