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This introductory chapter of the book The Missing Public Disputations of Jacobus Arminius presents an overview of how the other chapters of the book are organized. In the book, Part I is meant beneficial not only for those who study Arminius and read any of his disputations, but also for anyone who uses early modern disputations in general. Chapter One offers a basic historical introduction and background to the genre of disputations. Chapter Two addresses the significant question of the authorship of the disputations, providing the most comprehensive analysis of disputation authorship available. Chapter Three, gives a brief rationale for the numbering and ordering of the 36 disputations in this book. Part Two of the book presents the texts of these 36 disputations, 35 of which are preserved in their original Latin and one in a Dutch translation from 1610.

Keywords:authorship; disputations; Jacobus Arminius

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