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Bibliographia Arminiana: A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography Of The Works Of Arminius

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Many partial bibliographies of the writings of Arminius have appeared in the past. Before this bibliography, the only attempt at a comprehensive list has been the useful catalogue compiled by L. Petit. Combined with the chronological inventory of letters in Dekker's study of Arminius, these contributions have provided a valuable service. The present bibliography, however, is meant to supersede them all in numerous ways. The bibliography presents a list of seven disputations of Arminius the theology student, discovering some that go back as early as 1582 at Basel. The first part of the bibliography, is a comprehensive list presented in a chronological format. The second part is an alphabetical listing of all the collections, translations, and posthumous publications of Arminius's works. The third and final part is a list of the public disputations over which Arminius presided at Leiden University.

Keywords: Arminius; Arminius's works; Basel



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