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A Comparison Of Causality In Arminius, Kuchlinus, And Gomarus

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This section of the book Arminius on the Assurance of Salvation: The Context, Roots, and Shape of the Leiden Debate, 1603-1609 contains an appendix. The appendix presents a comparison of causality in Arminius, Kuchlinus, and Gomarus. The book compares and contrasts the thought of Jacobus Arminius with the thought of important contemporaries of Arminius on certain topics relating to salvation and assurance. The most important of these contemporaries include William Perkins—who wrote extensively on assurance and whose treatise on predestination generated a response from Arminius—and Arminius’s colleagues on the theological faculty at Leiden—specifically, Franciscus Gomarus, the younger Lucas Trelcatius, and the regent Johannes Kuchlinus.

Keywords: assurance; Franciscus Gomarus; Jacobus Arminius; Johannes Kuchlinus; Leiden; salvation



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