2 edition of Arminius. found in the catalog.
by [Chapel Hill
Written in English
|Other titles||The rise of a national symbol in literature, from Hutten to Grabbe.|
|Series||University of North Carolina. Studies in the Germanic languagesand literature -- no.8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||53001414|
Jacobus Arminius ( ), the Latinized name of the Dutch theologian Jakob Hermanszoon from the Protestant Reformation period, served from as professor in theology at the University of Leiden. He wrote many books and treatises on theology, and his views became the basis of Arminianism and the Dutch Remonstrant : Jacobus Arminius. Jacob Arminius was a 16th century Dutch theologian who originally was a student of John Calvin before changing his beliefs. Some of his beliefs that were changed included his understanding on Soteriology (the Doctrine of Salvation.) The book of Hebrews is unique in that parts of it are clearly directed at believers, whereas other parts.
In a sense, this work could be called the New Perspective on Arminius. In my opinion this book should be declared “the book of the year for ” It is a wonderful analysis of a truly great theologian. And I am happy to report that Dr. Stanglin is working on a new critical edition of the works of Arminius. LibraryThing Review User Review - atdCross - LibraryThing. 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 5/5(1).
The book's central theme is the ideological use and abuse of history and of historical myth in Germany: Weimar-era nationalism, National Socialism, and the reaction to the ideological taint of the Arminius figure after The book also examines the various appearances of Arminius in art and media from the s until today. Introduction. Born in , James (or Jacob) Arminius, lost his father in infancy. A compassionate clergyman educated the boy. While Arminius was at the University of .
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Arminius: The Limits of Empire is a fascinating, well-written historical fiction novel by Robert Fabbri, recounting the legendary treachery of Arminius, whom we see develop from a Roman rascal to the famous Germanic warrior we remember him as today.
Through the eyes of his son, reading the writings of his Arminius. book, we see the story unfold.4/5. " [Stanglin and McCall] have set out to write a clear, balanced, and sympathetic introduction to the theology of the Dutch theologian, Jacob Arminius () This book presents the teaching of Arminius on God and Christ, creation and fall, sin Cited by: 3.
Carl Bangs' "Arminius: A Study in the Dutch Reformation" is a must for any scholar interested in the life, background, and theology of James Arminius (). Next to the three volume "Works of Arminius," I hold this book in the highest esteem/5(5).
This book seeks to provide a reliable account of this theology. Working to understand Arminius both as a Protestant scholastic and pastoral theologian, the book situates his. I appreciate brother John Wagner for editing a new book entitled Arminius Speaks using the writings of James Arminius on the subjects of predestination, free will, and the nature of God.
This book will allow 21st century readers to begin to know this great theologian who has been virtually unread and unknown by many Christians today.5/5(8).
" Arminian Theology is a much-needed book, addressing many of the myths and caricatures about Arminianism that plague Arminius. book muddle many contemporary theological s: Books shelved as arminianism: Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities by Roger E.
Olson, Against Calvinism: Rescuing God's Reputation from Radical Reforme. Jacobus Arminius, the Latinized name of Jakob Hermanszoon, was a Dutch theologian from the Protestant Reformation period whose views became the basis of Arminianism and the Dutch Remonstrant movement.
He served from as professor in theology at the University of Leiden and wrote many books and treatises on theology. Following his death, his challenge to the Reformed. Arminianism is a branch of Protestantism based on the theological ideas of the Dutch Reformed theologian Jacobus Arminius (–) and his historic supporters known as teachings held to the five solae of the Reformation, but they were distinct from particular teachings of Martin Luther, Huldrych Zwingli, John Calvin, and other Protestant Reformers.
For a careful, brief summary of Arminius's life and thought, this is the book to get. Stanglin and McCall are both Arminian scholars, so they write with sympathy toward Arminius. They are also careful scholars. Finally, this is not a polemical book, unlike Roger Olson's book on Arminian theology/5.
The Works of Jacobus Arminius: The Orations, The Apology, Public Disputations, Predestination and More (8 Books With Active Table of Contents) by Jacobus Arminius, James Nichols, et al. Book Overview Arminius - Trauerspiel in f nf Aufz gen ist ein unver nderter, hochwertiger Nachdruck der Originalausgabe aus dem Jahr Jacobus Arminius has 55 books on Goodreads with 69 ratings.
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Arminius, James. The Works of Arminius, Translated by William Nichols, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI: Volumes This edition is a copy from what was known as the “London Edition” written in Latin.
The format for citations will be as follows (). This would mean volume 3, page of Arminius’ writings. Matthew McMahon. Arminius has books on Goodreads, and is currently reading The Thirty Years War: Europe's Tragedy by Peter H.
Wilson. But Arminius wasn't brought up in Germania Magna—he had been raised as a Roman. This is the story of how Arminius came to turn his back on the people who raised him and went on to commit a betrayal so great and so deep, it echoed through the ages.
Publish your book with B&: Atlantic Books. Arminius was a chief of the Cherusci. In the service of the Romans he had obtained both citizenship and equestrian rank. Six years after the Teutoburg Forest Massacre, Germanicus Caesar engaged Arminius in battle, capturing his wife, Thusnelda, but in 16 ce Arminius skillfully survived a full-scale Roman attack.
When Roman operations were suspended in 17, Arminius became involved in war with. The works of Arminius (in Latin) were published at Leiden inand at Frankfort in and After his death the Synod of Dordrecht () judged his theology and its adherents anathemas and published the five points of Calvinism (later knows as TULIP) as a point-by-point response to the five points of the Arminian Remonstrants.
"It is partly an autobiographic sketch of character, partly an account of a singularly daring and successful adventure in the exploration of a practically unknown country.
In both aspects it dese. James Arminius is one of the most maligned and misunderstood theologians in church history.
In an era of major debate over predestination, free will, and related concepts, Arminius was accused of being Pelagian, Semi-Pelagian, or a heretic of all sorts. This is a Author: James Arminius.The book helped me see Arminius as a theologian of the goodness of God." --W.
Robert Godfrey, President and Professor of Church History, Westminster Seminary California "Keith Stanglin and Thomas McCall have provided a much needed introduction to the thought of this major theologian that is both scholarly and accessible. They set aside the 5/5(1).The book's central themes are the nationalist use and abuse of history and historical myth in Germany, especially during the Weimar Republic and National Socialism, the reactions to a discredited ideology involving Arminius in post-war Europe, and revivals of his myth in the United States.