By Keith D. Stanglin
Even supposing scholarship has handled, at the one hand, a few facets of Jacobus Arminius' theology, and nonetheless, the doctrine of coverage within the Reformed theologians of early Protestant orthodoxy, however right recognition has now not but been given to the intersection of those themes: Arminius' doctrine of coverage. With specific cognizance to formerly ignored basic resources, this ebook deals stimulating insights into the tutorial context of Arminius, and, besides a comparative research of his colleagues at Leiden collage, explores new horizons in his doctrines of salvation and insurance. Arminius' look for real coverage of salvation emerges as a decisive consider his well-known dissent from Reformed theology.
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50 It is perhaps not overly speculative to wonder whether envy contributed to Gomarus’s occasionally harsh attitude toward Arminius. It is known that, as Professor Primarius, Gomarus felt somewhat threatened by Arminius. C. 51 As he did when he encountered a scheduling conÁict with Kuchlinus the next year, Arminius was appealing to the authority of the curators. It could not have helped the situation that people like Josephus Scaliger, famous scholar-in-residence at 46 47 48 49 LA, p. 139. Itterzon, Gomarus, pp.
She was the sister of Arminius’s father. By the time of this wedding, Kuchlinus and Arminius were already well acquainted. 10 In addition, from the time Arminius was ordained as pastor in Amsterdam in 1588 until Kuchlinus left Amsterdam for Leiden in 1595, they were colleagues in ministry. This wedding in 1596 made Kuchlinus Arminius’s new uncle by marriage, a relationship that would be further sche Godgeleerden, 3 vols. (’s-Hertogenbosch, 1851–56), 1: 319; Biographisch Woordenboek van Protestantsche Godgeleerden in Nederland, ed.
Chapter four, “SanctiÀcation, Perfection, and Apostasy,” begins the more precise discussion of Arminius’s soteriology as it relates to Christian living. First, Arminius and his colleagues are compared on basic issues of sanctiÀcation and good works. In light of modern misunderstandings concerning Arminius’s views, his discussion of the possibility of moral perfection is then examined. Finally, I reach a conclusion regarding his introduction 15 opinion on the possibility of apostasy, paying careful attention to his examination of Perkins and his statements regarding David’s sin.
Arminius on the Assurance of Salvation: The Context, Roots, and Shape of the Leiden Debate, 1603-1609 (Brill's Series in Church History, 27) by Keith D. Stanglin