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  • Calvin's Commentaries—Complete (category Calvinism)
    Calvin’s Commentaries—Complete by John Calvin, translated by Rev. John King M.A. Contents 221270Calvin’s Commentaries—Complete — ContentsJohn CalvinRev
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Calvinism 1470273The Encyclopedia Americana — Calvinism CALVINISM. The system of religious thought taught by John Calvin
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  • and was a central developer of the system of Christian theology called Calvinism or Reformed theology Calvin's Commentaries—Complete "On Suffering Persecution"
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  • See also Zwingliism, Arminianism, and Calvinism on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Note that this title comprises all adherents
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  • doctrine concerning absolute predestination. As already explained (see CALVINISM), the system evolved by Calvin is essentially supralapsarian. The fundamental
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  • by Beza and other Calvinists, and, it is said, repelled Arminius from Calvinism, and led him to formulate the doctrine that as repentance and faith are
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  • assertion of his sevenfold change of religion from Catholicism to Calvinism and from Calvinism to Catholicism cannot be substantiated. But it is certain that
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  • related portals: Calvinism. sister projects: Wikipedia article. A Reformed confession of faith. Drawn up by the 1646 Westminster Assembly largely of
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  • Calvary Mount Calvary Calvert Diocese of Calvi and Teano John Calvin Calvinism Justus Baronius Calvinus Calynda Camachus Camaldolese Diego Muñoz Camargo
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  • of Wesley, ii. 315). But this same year came his change to the extreme Calvinism of which he was the fiercest defender. He was ordained deacon by the bishop
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  • Slave 4 Part Four: Education, or the Mistake about the Child 4.1 The Calvinism of To-day 4.2 The Tribal Terror 4.3 The Tricks of Environment 4.4 The
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  • of the Doctrinal Calvinism of the Church of England (London, 1774). Some comments by Wesley upon Toplady's presentation of Calvinism led to a controversy
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  • selected Taylor as one of nine preachers for a weekly lecture in defence of Calvinism at Paved Alley, Lime Street. The Lime Street lectures (delivered from
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  • presbyterian Calvinism, they were obliged to fly the country. The penalty at the time for a Swede who changed to Catholicism or Calvinism was death. About
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  • appeared at Halle in 1793. He also wrote 'A Blow at the Root of Pretended Calvinism or Real Antinomianism,' 1788; 'Observations on the Present War, the Projected
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  • settled on him for life. His views at this time, as is shown by his ‘Calvinism Exploded,’ were universalist; but in 1788 he became acquainted with the
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  • the Utrecht congregation. He was an advocate of the extremest form of Calvinism against the Arminians; but his personal influence was good, and the city
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  • developments of post-Reformation Catholicism. In doctrine it somewhat resembled Calvinism in its insistence on Grace and Predestination at the expense of the freedom
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  • Calvinism
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  • reconciliation of Lutheranism and Calvinism; his Calvinista aulopoliticus (1610) was written against the “damnable Calvinism” which was becoming prevalent
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