The pug-dog sat up, as a precautionary measure, as I passed; but, as I took no notice of the treasure he was guarding, he let me go by without even one remonstrant
Continuing to chuckle when his laugh is over, as though remonstrant
with himself on his drinking powers, he rolls to the door and unlocks it.
Why, there you're rather fast, Lawyer Lightwood,' he replied, in a remonstrant
The Synopsis surveys academic theology in the Reformed church shortly after its codification at the international Synod of Dort (1618-19), occasioned by the clash with Remonstrants
in the Dutch Republic.
formed a liberal current within the Dutch Reformed Church that was rooted (by way of Jacob Arminius, Simon Episcopius, and Hugo Grotius) in the Christian humanism of Erasmus and Coornhert.
may do as they please with the money including refusing its physical reception or returning it.
Milton defended the Smectymnuans in Animadversions upon the Remonstrants
Defense Against Smectymnuus (1641) and An Apology Against a Pamphlet Call'd A Modest Confutation of the Animadversions upon the Remonstrant
Against Smectymnuus (1642).
e] Arminian or Remonstrants
Tenets, & have also from ye Chief of those Doctrines (Universal Redemption) been call'd General Baptists.
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.