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Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jacobus Arminius; James Nichols; W R Bagnall
|Notes:||Photolithoprinted from the author's Works, published in 1853.
"General index of subjects"--V. 3.
|Description:||3 volumes 24 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. Orations --
Declaration of sentiments --
Apology against thirty-one defamatory articles --
Nine questions examined for the purpose of obtaining an answer from each of the professors of divinity, and the replies which James Arminius gave to them: with other nine opposite articles --
Remarks on the preceding questions --
Twenty-five public disputations --
v. 2. Seventy-nine private disputations --
Dissertation on the true and genuine sense of the seventh chapter of the Epistle to the Romans --
A letter to Hippolytus A Collibus --
Certain articles to be diligently examined and weighed --
A letter on the sin against the Holy Ghost --
v. 3. Epistolary discussion, concerning predestination, between James Arminius, D.D. and Francis Junius, D.D. --
Appendix to the previous discussion, containing the Theses of Junius concerning predestination with annotations by Arminius --
Examination of a treatise concerning the order and mode of predestination, and the amplitude of divine grace, by William Perkins --
Analysis of the ninth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans.
|Responsibility:||Translated from the Latin; in three volumes, the first and second by James Nichols, the third by W.R. Bagnall; with a sketch of the life of the author.|