By Keith D. Stanglin
Even if scholarship has taken care of, at the one hand, a few facets of Jacobus Arminius' theology, and nevertheless, the doctrine of insurance within the Reformed theologians of early Protestant orthodoxy, however right consciousness has no longer but been given to the intersection of those subject matters: Arminius' doctrine of coverage. With targeted cognizance to formerly missed basic assets, this publication bargains stimulating insights into the tutorial context of Arminius, and, besides a comparative research of his colleagues at Leiden college, explores new horizons in his doctrines of salvation and coverage. Arminius' look for actual insurance of salvation emerges as a decisive think about his well-known dissent from Reformed theology.
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35 Arminius and Gomarus, Twee disputatien vande goddeliicke predestinatie (Leiden, 1610). 31 arminius and his academic context 27 being prompted by Arminius, and Gomarus then defended his own theses against the objections. 36 About this same time, Kuchlinus was taking action of his own against Arminius’s teachings. ”37 Consistent with his statement before the curators that he did not want his students to hear Arminius, Kuchlinus moved to change the hour of his own lectures on the Belgic Confession to eight in the morning, the same hour as Arminius’s lectures.
32 G. Brandt, History 2:31. Stephen Curcellaeus, ‘Praefatio Christiano lectori,’ in Exam. , fols. 02r–04v, there fol. ” By contrast, to propose theses within the repetitio order is to propose them ex ordine. See Ep. ecc. 76, p. 143. 33 Ep. ecc. 74, p. 141. 34 Exam. Gom. See also his description of Gomarus’s disputation in Ep. ecc. 74, p. 141. 35 Arminius and Gomarus, Twee disputatien vande goddeliicke predestinatie (Leiden, 1610). 31 arminius and his academic context 27 being prompted by Arminius, and Gomarus then defended his own theses against the objections.
53 Born in London, he studied at Leiden in the 1590s under his father, Lucas Trelcatius, Sr. 54 Like his father, he preached at the Walloon church in Leiden. , apparently did not impress Arminius on an intellectual level. Concerning Trelcatius, Otterspeer notes that “according to Arminius he was an incoherent thinker, according to Scaliger an outstanding speaker. , published a whole body of divinity at such a young age in 1604. 58 After Trelcatius’s death, 52 Itterzon, Gomarus, p. 148; G. Brandt, History 2:28.