By Jacobus Arminius, Wim Janse
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He emphasizes that Arminius regarded Christ as the foundation of election, and not a mere means of predestination, as in the systems of Arminius’s opponents. Clarke’s method is basically to go through Arminius’s Private Disputations to see where Arminius mentions Christ, and then to summarize those sections. ”37 Although it is a derivative effort, he does offer a theological analysis of how this concept affects various topics in Arminius’s theology, contrasting Calvin’s view of the unknowability of God’s justice.
Furthermore, those very Dutch synods had set the precedent for censuring theologians who came teaching conditional predestination. At the very least, this indicates that the Dutch churches had already decided the correct interpretation of the confessional standards and what they ruled out (–). Perhaps there is more common ground in this debate than is at first apparent. Muller concludes that Arminius was certainly Reformed in the ecclesial sense, in his subscription to the standards, and in the colloquial sense of Dutch Protestant ().
Diss. S. Clarke, The Ground of Election. D. Stanglin, Arminius on the Assurance of Salvation. The Context, Roots, and Shape of the Leiden Debate, – (Leiden, ). 2 This article is a reworking of my dissertation, Duplex amor Dei. Contextuele karakteristiek van de theologie van Jacobus Arminius (–) (Instituut voor Reformatieonderzoek, Apeldoorn ), which will also be published in English translation by VandenHoeck&Ruprecht (Göttingen) under the title, God’s Twofold Love. The Theology of Jacob Arminius (–) [series Reformed Historical Theology].
Arminius, Arminianism, and Europe (Brill's Series in Church History, Volume 39) by Jacobus Arminius, Wim Janse