PF is not averse to defending his new dogma-of-condemnation 'Indietrism' by citing ... exempli gratia ... earlier writers.
Such as S Vincent of Lerins, poor chap.
Is there a technical term for a theological or philosophical doctrine which carries within itself its own refutation?
Such as our old playmate the story of the Cretan intellectual who asserted that all Cretans were liars.
(Moi, I suspect S Paul of having a sense of humour.)
I commend PF for having ... if he truly has ... abandoned his former extensive lexicon of hate-filled abuse in favour of a nice shiny new one. (Entre nous, I never did understand what 'Neo-pelagian' meant.)
Was Epimenides married to Pasiphae? Moo Moo! Pull the other one!