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ISBN:
1600391125
Author:
James Arminius
Category:
Religious Studies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lamp Post Inc. (November 1, 2009)
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296 pages
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James Arminius (1560-1609; actually was named "Jakob Harmenszoon") was a Christian theologian who became famous for his opposition to Calvinism. Interestingly, most of his works were published posthumously.

James Arminius (1560-1609; actually was named "Jakob Harmenszoon") was a Christian theologian who became famous for his opposition to Calvinism.

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Arminius, Jacobus, 1560-1609; Nichols, James, 1785-1861; Bagnall, William . d. 1892. Volumes 2 and 3 have imprint: Auburn, Derby and Miller; Buffalo, Derby, Orton and Mulligan.

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This three volume set, the Works of James Arminius, attempts to fix that neglect. As a whole, these volumes will challenge the way you believe; they contain more than simply critiques of Calvinism, but also subtle and instructive theological ideas

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Jacobus Arminius (aka Jacob Arminius, James Arminius, and his Dutch name Jacob Harmenszoon), was a Dutch theologian, best known as the founder of the anti-Calvinistic school in Reformed Protestant theology.

Jacobus Arminius (aka Jacob Arminius, James Arminius, and his Dutch name Jacob Harmenszoon), was a Dutch theologian, best known as the founder of the anti-Calvinistic school in Reformed Protestant theology, thereby lending his name to a movement which resisted some of the tenets of Calvinism-known popularly as Arminianism. James Arminius, Oration III: "The Divinity of Scripture" "With regard to the certainty of salvation, my opinion is, that it is possible for him who believes in Jesus Christ to be certain and persuaded, and, if his heart condemn him not, he is now in reality assured, that he is a son of God, and stands in the grace of Jesus.

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Jacobus Arminius (aka Jacob Arminius, James Arminius, and his Dutch name Jacob Harmenszoon), was a Dutch theologian, best known as the founder of the anti-Calvinistic school in Reformed Protestant theology, thereby lending his name to a movement which resisted some of the tenets of Calvinism-known popularly as Arminianism. "Let scripture itself come forward, and perform the chief part in asserting its own Divinity. Let us inspect its substance and its matter. It is all concerning God and his Christ, and is occupied in declaring the nature of both of them..." -- James Arminius, Oration III: "The Divinity of Scripture" "With regard to the certainty [or assurance] of salvation, my opinion is, that it is possible for him who believes in Jesus Christ to be certain and persuaded, and, if his heart condemn him not, he is now in reality assured, that he is a son of God, and stands in the grace of Jesus Christ." -- James Arminius, A Declaration Of The Sentiments Of Arminius: "The Assurance of Salvation"
  • Tinavio
The Works of Arminius are very helpful in understanding Arminianism and how it relates to Calvinism. I believe that Arminians need to read and study the works of Calvin, especially his commentaries, and Calvinists need to read and study the works of Arminius. Unfortunately, Arminius did not write as much as Calvin and much of what we know of Arminius' teachings comes either by poor sources (anti-Arminians) or from the letters of Arminius himself. The letters of Arminius that he wrote to various other theologians in defending his views are found here in the works of Arminius. Inside you'll find just what it was that Arminius opposed in Calvinism and you'll see that Arminius was not Pelagian, that he opposed works salvation, that he held to the penal substitutionary view of the atonement of Christ, and that he was clearly in the ranks of the Protestant Reformers when it comes to orthodoxy.

This edition is the best for the Kindle that I have found. It is easy to read, has a table of contents, and is easy to share from on Twitter or other places. I urge all true disciples of Jesus to read and study the works of Arminius.
  • Quemal
Well, I am a Alassical Arminain and, therefore, was excited to see a new printing of his work in a soft cover and affordable format. However, this three volume edition was disappointing. My main problem is that the books lack any and all indexes! There is no scripture index and no key word/ thematic index. The lack of a good index makes doing research a "hunt-and-peck" sort of endeavor that is very frustrating. To make matters worse the table of contents is also missing in action. There are brief contents pages before major sections of the books, but nothing approaching exhaustive. The books are of good quality for the price when it comes to binding and printing, but the lack of research tools is a major hindrance.
  • Ballagar
After reading Calvin's works, "The Works of James Arminius" are a must for every Christian theologian, academician, and pastor. It should be studied and compared to Calvin's Institutes. Arminius strongly defends "Free Will." in opposition to Calvin's views on Predestination. His defense may not persuade those of Calvin's persuasion, but it will open a wide range of possibilities for every student. This is not for the faint of heart; it is not an easy book to read, but rather an essential tool for Christian Leaders, Colleges, and Pastoral Ministries.
  • ACOS
If you are going to disagree with someone you should understtand the others exact position and beliefs.It has been my experience that few have bothered to read Arminius himself. He answers every misrepresentation of his beliefs in this book. Of both his day and today .Highly recommended.
  • NiceOne
I'll only comment on the formatting of this for the Kindle. It is very good. As the description states, the navigation is multi-layered so you can jump from the table of contents, to section, to sub-section very quickly and easily, and quickly browse to sections you are looking for. Very well done.
  • Vut
Loved the works, however the front cover displays the correct spelling of the author's name but the spine doesn't.
  • Rias
Would not buy Kindle version again. Very hard to follow and figure out where you are in the book. Buy a hard copy.
I like the work except there is no table of contents or index to make research easier. It is a good deal for the price, however.