Definition of Arminianism. Meaning of Arminianism. Synonyms of Arminianism

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Definition of Arminianism

Arminianism
Arminianism Ar*min"i*an*ism, n. The religious doctrines or tenets of the Arminians.

Meaning of Arminianism from wikipedia

- Theological University of Geneva. Arminianism is known to some as a soteriological diversification of Calvinism; to others, Arminianism is a reclamation of early...
- a fact which Arminianism's Protestant opponents have often pointed out. (Augustus Toplady, for example, famously claimed that Arminianism was the "Road...
- historical role of English Arminianism. The Synod of Dort of 1619 in effect destro**** the political base of Dutch Arminianism. Arminian views held in England...
- centuries. Wesleyan–Arminianism developed as an attempt to explain Christianity in a manner unlike the teachings of Calvinism. Arminianism is a theological...
- 2015. Olson, Roger E. (2018). "Calvinism and Arminianism Compared". Roger E. Olson: My evangelical, Arminian theological musings. Patheos. Retrieved 27...
- followed classical Arminianism. However they are not the only Protestants who can be considered Arminian or who are called Arminians. Arminianism is a minority...
- Arminianism are the two main schools of thought. Wesleyan Arminianism is often identical with Methodism. The two systems of Calvinism and Arminianism...
- be distinguished from prevenient grace, particularly ****ociated with Arminianism, which teaches that the offer of salvation through grace does not act...
- before entrance into heaven. The Arminian view, inclusive of the classical Arminian position and Wesleyan-Arminian (Methodist) position, opposes any...
- offer a more moderate view on the state of fallen humanity than Calvin. Arminianism also accepts a doctrine of total depravity, although not identical to...