e] Arminian or Remonstrants
Tenets, & have also from ye Chief of those Doctrines (Universal Redemption) been call'd General Baptists.
According to his editor, in later years Hale "somewhat altered his opinion touching some Points in Controversie, especially between the Remonstrants
Locke, for example, wrote Letter while in self-imposed exile in Holland where his earlier ideas on toleration were influenced by the Dutch Remonstrants
and Louis XIV's revocation of the Edict of Nantes.
A theological dialogue did not materialize, however, since the Remonstrants
refused to accept being called before the synod to have their theological positions judged; they wanted to be seated as full fellow delegates.
Coomhert, the Mennonite Pieter Twisck, and the Remonstrants
Simon Episcopius and Philip van Limborch.
He was not only concerned with the differences between Remonstrants
parties in the Netherlands, which, in his view, were of minor importance.
Other Protestant denominations include Baptists, Lutherans, Anglicans, and Remonstrants
Luisa Simonutti investigated the relationship of Socinianism and Arminianism, primarily in the works of the Socinian Samuel Pryzpkowski (1592-1670) and the leading Arminian Philippus van Limborch (1633-1712), and concludes that despite substantial theological differences, Socinian arguments for toleration proved to be most welcome to Dutch Remonstrants
From the July 2002 Socinianism and Cultural Exchange symposium, held in Munich, 11 papers highlight the relationship of anti- Trinitarianism to liberal currents in reformed Protestantism, namely Dutch Remonstrants
, some of the French Huguenots, and English Latitudinarians.
Following the first draft of the constitutional articles of the new church order, the Remonstrants
left the process, because they could not find room enough for their liberal opinions in the new church.
Outsiders include remonstrants
and dissidents, such as the sponsors of Charter 77 and those of the Committee to Defend the Unjustly Persecuted.
The fact that in the Leuenberg Agreement the traditional Reformed doctrine of predestination is criticized may have been one reason why the Remonstrants
subscribed to that Agreement.