Arminius: A Study in the Dutch Reformation

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, 4 сент. 1998 г. - Всего страниц: 388
A definitive biography of the intriguing and controversial Dutch thinker of the late sixteenth - early seventeenth centuries. Not merely a biography in the traditional sense, the book involves much intellectual history as well as a short history of Amsterdam.
 

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Mr. Bangs presents a very systematic and, sometimes, personally affective account of James Arminius. Not only does he present Arminius objectively as a pastor, theologian,and professor but also a few ... Читать весь отзыв

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Abbreviations
11
Preface
17
Birth and Boyhood
25
Rudolphus Snellius the Destruction of Oudewater
37
Studies at Leiden
45
The Influence of Petrus Ramus
56
Geneva and Theodore Beza
64
Studies at Geneva and Basel
71
Early Duties Marriage
125
15911593
138
Pastoral Labors
153
The East Indian Trade
176
Romans 7
186
Romans 9 the Conference
193
The Examination of Perkins
206
Questions of Church and State
222

Amsterdam Arminius Alma Mater 83
99
Admission to the Ministry
110

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Carl O. Bangs, Ph.D., University of Chicago, was a French Hornist with the University of Washington Symphony and other symphony orchestras from 1938-43. He served as Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Olivet Nazarene College, Bourbonais, Ill from 1953-61 and was the Associate Professor and Professor of Historical Theology, St. Paul's School of Theology, Kansas City, Missouri from 1961-1988. Other books include, Our Roots of Belief: Biblical Faith and Faithful Theology and The Communist Encounter

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