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Memoirs of Simon Episcopius, the celebrated pupil of Arminius : and subsequently Doctor of Divinity, and Professor of Theology in the University of Leyden ; who was condemned by the Synod of Dort as a dangerous heretic, and, with several other ministers, was sentenced to perpetual banishment by the civil authorities of Holland, for holding the doctrine of general redemption ; to which is added, a brief account of the Synod of Dort ; and of the sufferings to which the followers of Arminius were exposed, in consequence of their attachment to his opinions. Preview this item
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Memoirs of Simon Episcopius, the celebrated pupil of Arminius : and subsequently Doctor of Divinity, and Professor of Theology in the University of Leyden ; who was condemned by the Synod of Dort as a dangerous heretic, and, with several other ministers, was sentenced to perpetual banishment by the civil authorities of Holland, for holding the doctrine of general redemption ; to which is added, a brief account of the Synod of Dort ; and of the sufferings to which the followers of Arminius were exposed, in consequence of their attachment to his opinions.

Author: Simon Episcopius; Frederick Calder; John Mason, (Bookseller); Simpkin and Marshall,
Publisher: London : Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court, and John Mason, 14, City-Road., 1835.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Simon Episcopius; Simon Episcopius
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Episcopius; Frederick Calder; John Mason, (Bookseller); Simpkin and Marshall,
OCLC Number: 316670719
Notes: Errata on verso of p. [3].
Description: [2], viii, [3], 10-549, [1] pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by Frederick Calder.

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