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Arminius And Arminianism: An Overview Of Current Research

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This chapter provides an overview of current research on Arminius that functions as a bibliographical resource. Given that reassessments of Arminius and Arminianism tend to be carried out at approximately fifty-year intervals, in remembrance of the years of his birth and death, the chapter surveys the research of the last half-century with special focus on the last quarter-century. The chapter focuses on the most significant research since 1960 in the areas of Arminius's life, his theology, and his immediate successors. It highlights how Arminius's doctrine of assurance compares with that of his colleagues. Arminius and his Reformed contemporaries offered a similar set of a posteriori testimonies of salvation.

Keywords: Arminianism; Arminius's theology; Reformed contemporaries



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