By Keith D. Stanglin
Even though scholarship has handled, at the one hand, a few points of Jacobus Arminius' theology, and nevertheless, the doctrine of insurance within the Reformed theologians of early Protestant orthodoxy, however right cognizance has now not but been given to the intersection of those subject matters: Arminius' doctrine of insurance. With distinctive awareness to formerly overlooked basic resources, this booklet deals stimulating insights into the educational context of Arminius, and, in addition to a comparative research of his colleagues at Leiden college, explores new horizons in his doctrines of salvation and coverage. Arminius' look for actual coverage of salvation emerges as a decisive think about his recognized dissent from Reformed theology.
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Several of the letters have been translated by Nichols in the text and notes of the London edition of the Works. 27 These letters are found in Ep. ecc. 28 These hitherto unused disputations of Arminius, along with those of his Leiden colleagues, are cited by the thesis number (in lowercase Roman numerals) within the particular disputation. If it is necessary to distinguish, the short references in the footnotes will include the year of the disputation, and, in rare cases, the name of the respondent.
127–31; Nieuw Nederlandsch BiograÀsch Woordenboek, ed. P. C. Molhuysen and Fr. K. H. Kossman, 10 vols. (Leiden, 1911–1937), 10:1039–40. 54 G. Brandt, History 2:46. 55 G. Brandt, History 2:46; Bangs, Arminius, p. 292. 56 Otterspeer, Bolwerk, p. 212. Among Trelcatius’s works is a homiletical handbook, Ecclesiastes, sive methodus et ratio formandi sacras conciones. 57 Cf. Dec. , p. 120; Works 1:693; with Ep. ecc. 88, pp. 160–61; and J. Nichols, in Works 1:311. 58 See Ep. ecc. 88, pp. 160–61; Dec. , pp.
147: “Cum D. D. Gommaro mihi pax est. . ” It was during Arminius’s tenure as rector of the university that he delivered his famous speech on religious divisions and his plea for unity in Oratio de componendo dissidio religionis inter Christianos, habita ab auctore VIII. Feb. 1605 cum Rectoratum deponeret, in Opera, pp. 71–91. For a brief commentary on the ideas behind this address from the perspective of older scholarship, see Sirks, Arminius’ pleidooi. 45 Grotius, Ordinum pietas, pp. 150–51; LA, p.
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