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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 Arminianism by James Francis Loughlin 95276Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 ArminianismJames Francis Loughlin
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  • Alexander IV Pope Alexander VI St. Ambrose Anacletus II Anchorites Antipodes Arminianism Azymites Pope St. Celestine V Pope Clement II Pope Clement III Pope Clement
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  • parishioners. While a strict presbyterian Grayle was apparently charged with Arminianism, and defended his principles in a work, which was published after his
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  • Armellino Armenia Armenierstadt Fray Nicolás Armentia Diocese of Armidale Arminianism Arnauld Thomas Augustine Arne Arni Thorlaksson Arnobius Arnold Arnold
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  • been warmly controverted by others, who interpret them in favour of Arminianism. The former opinion has been defended by Dr. Scott, Mr. Toplday, Dr.
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  • impotence of the human will were emphasized; and against this exaggeration Arminianism was a protest. Of the five articles of the Remonstrance of 1610 only
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  • that brought on the troubles associated with the name of Arminius (see ARMINIANISM). In their controversies with opponents, within and without the pale
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  • afterwards Bishop of Chichester; but his calvinism clashed with the ‘arminianism’ of Dr. Lake, and on St. Bartholomew's day in 1662 he was ejected from
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  • fine scholar and an eloquent preacher; in theology he leaned towards Arminianism; unless grossly calumniated throughout his public career, his morals
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  • five articles, which henceforth came to be known as the five points of Arminianism. In these they reacted against both the supralapsarian and the infralapsarian
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  • and published two tracts: ‘Θεομαχία ἀυτεξουσιαστικὴ, or a Display of Arminianism, being a Discovery of the old Pelagian Idol, Freewill, with the new Goddess
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  • 2nd ed. 1631). It was answered by Prynne in an appendix to his ‘Anti-Arminianism’ (2nd ed. 1630). Widdowes replied in ‘The Lawless Kneeless Schismatical
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  • remarkable. He was an able controversialist, and in the interests of Arminianism attacked both New England Calvinism and Unitarianism; he published in
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  • Antinomianism,’ 1795. 2. ‘A Christian Directory,’ 1800. 3. ‘Owen's Display of Arminianism.’ 4. ‘Oriental Customs in illustration of the Scriptures,’ 1802 and 1807;
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  • whom he had six children. Probert was the author of : 1. 'Calvinism and Arminianism,' 1815. 2. 'The Godolin, being Translations from the Welsh,' 1820. 3
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  • ability rendered him a formidable controversialist, specially against Arminianism and Romanism. His works fill 28 vols; among the best known being The
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  • lights and shadows of events. In 1641 he published his 'Antidote against Arminianism;' 'The Unlawfulness and Danger of a Limited Prelacie and Episcopacie;'
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  • interpreter of Martial. Hickman styles him ‘the grand propagator of Arminianism,’ and Prynne describes him as ‘a debosh'd drunken English Dutchman, who
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  • of presbyterians. At the assembly of 1638 he was accused of popery, Arminianism, &c., and was deposed 11 Dec. 1638. He took his revenge in satire. A
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  • were made on the one side and of Arminianism on the other, and Trail was distinguished for his zeal against Arminianism. A somewhat similar controversy
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