ARMINIUS, Jacob


ARMINIUS, Jacob
(1560-1609)
   Dutch theologian and critic of CALVINISM. His views were condemned by the SYNOD OF DORT but spread rapidly in the Netherlands and France. The were introduced to ANGLICANISM by ARCHBISHOP LAUD where they degenerated into a FORM of PELAGIANISM. A modified form of ARMINIANISM characterized the METHODIST revival of the eighteenth century and dominates much EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY in America today.

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  • Arminius, Jacob — (1560–1609)    Theologian.    Arminius was born in Oudewater, Holland. He was a student of Theodore beza in Geneva, but after an extensive education, he returned to Holland in 1587. He was ordained and served a congregation in Amsterdam. During… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Arminius, Jacob — (Harmensen o Hermansz) ► (1560 1609) Teólogo protestante holandés. Su doctrina (arminianismo) se oponía al dogmatismo calvinista extremado …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Arminius — Arminius, Jacob …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Jacob Harmensz — Kupferstich mit dem Porträt Jacobus Arminius aus dem Werk Theatrum Europaeum von 1662 Jacob(us) Arminius, eigentlich Harmensz (* 10. Oktober 1560 in Oudewater; † 19. Oktober 1609 in Leiden) war ei …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Arminius — noun 1. Dutch Protestant theologian who founded Arminianism which opposed the absolute predestinarianism of John Calvin (1559 1609) • Syn: ↑Jacobus Arminius, ↑Jacob Harmensen, ↑Jakob Hermandszoon • Instance Hypernyms: ↑theologian, ↑theologist,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jacob Hermann — may refer to:* Jacob Hermann (mathematician), (1678–1733) * Jacobus Arminius (1560–1609), Latinized name for Jacob Harmensz / Hermann …   Wikipedia

  • Arminius — Arminius, 1) so v.w. Hermann 1); 2) (Jacob, eigentlich Hermanni od. Harmensen), geb. 1560 zu Oudewater in SHolland, studirte in Basel, Padua u. Rom u. wurde 1587 Prediger in Amsterdam. Es war damals in Holland die Streitfrage, ob der ewige… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Arminius — [är min′ē əs] 1. (Ger. name Hermann) 17? B.C. A.D. 21?; Germanic tribal leader 2. Jacobus [yä kō′bəs] (born Jacob Harmensen) 1560 1609; Du. theologian: see ARMINIANISM …   English World dictionary

  • Arminius, Jacobus — ▪ Dutch theologian Dutch  Jacob Harmensen or Jacob Hermansz   born October 10, 1560, Oudewater, Netherlands died October 19, 1609, Leiden       theologian and minister of the Dutch Reformed Church who opposed the strict Calvinist teaching on… …   Universalium

  • Arminius — /ahr min ee euhs/, n. 1. (Hermann) 17? B.C. A.D. 21, Germanic hero who defeated Roman army A.D. 9. 2. Jacobus /jeuh koh beuhs/, (Jacob Harmensen), 1560 1609, Dutch Protestant theologian. * * * ▪ German leader German  Hermann   born 18 BC? died AD …   Universalium


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