Definition of Remonstrantly. Meaning of Remonstrantly. Synonyms of Remonstrantly

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Definition of Remonstrantly

Remonstrantly
Remonstrantly Re*mon"strant*ly, adv. In a remonstrant manner.

Meaning of Remonstrantly from wikipedia

- The Remonstrants (or the Remonstrant Brotherhood) is a Protestant movement that had split from the Dutch Reformed Church in the early 17th century. The...
- The Remonstrantshofje is a hofje (courtyard surrounded by almshouses) in Haarlem, Netherlands. It is one of the hofjes in Haarlem that is traditionally...
- The Remonstrant Confession or literally the Confession or Declaration of the Remonstrant Pastors refers to the confession of faith of the Remonstrant brotherhood...
- in the Dutch Reformed Church. Those who supported them were called "Remonstrants". Forty-six preachers and the two leaders of the Leyden state college...
- that had been governed by Remonstrant regents up to then. He replaced the old regents with adherents of the Counter-Remonstrant faction, often nouveau riche...
- theologian Jacobus Arminius (1560–1609) and his historic supporters known as Remonstrants. Dutch Arminianism was originally articulated in the Remonstrance (1610)...
- Presbytery of Antrim. A similar disagreement led to the creation of the Remonstrant Synod of Ulster in 1830. In 1835 the two bodies together with the Synod...
- States of Holland in 1608, and was one of five Gomarists who met five Remonstrants (Arminians) in the same ****embly of 1609. On the death of Arminius shortly...
- Remonstrants, supporters of religious tolerance, and the orthodox Calvinists or Counter-Remonstrants. The controversy expanded when the Remonstrant theologian...
- name Contra- or Counter-Remonstrants was given them). Leading influences among Arminius' followers (now called Remonstrants) were Arminius' close friend...