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By James Arminius

Jacobus Arminius (aka Jacob Arminius, James Arminius, and his Dutch identify Jacob Harmenszoon), used to be a Dutch theologian, most sensible often called the founding father of the anti-Calvinistic tuition in Reformed Protestant theology, thereby lending his identify to a flow which resisted many of the tenets of Calvinism-known popularly as Arminianism. "Let scripture itself come ahead, and practice the executive half in announcing its personal Divinity. allow us to check up on its substance and its topic. it's all relating God and his Christ, and is occupied in stating the character of either one of them..." -- James Arminius, Oration III: "The Divinity of Scripture" "With regard to the knowledge [or insurance] of salvation, my opinion is, that it really is attainable for him who believes in Jesus Christ to make certain and persuaded, and, if his middle condemn him no longer, he's now in truth guaranteed, that he's a son of God, and stands within the grace of Jesus Christ." -- James Arminius, A statement Of the emotions Of Arminius: "The insurance of Salvation"

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