The Works Of James Arminius V1 Part 2 download epub
by James Arminius,James Nichols,William Nichols
James Arminius (1560-1609; actually was named "Jakob Harmenszoon") was a Christian theologian who became famous for his opposition to Calvinism. Interestingly, most of his works were published posthumously.
James Arminius (1560-1609; actually was named "Jakob Harmenszoon") was a Christian theologian who became famous for his opposition to Calvinism.
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James Nichols’s most popular book is Boundary Waters Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.
James Nichols’s most popular book is Boundary Waters. The Works of James Arminius, D. Formerly Professor of Divinity in the University of Leyden, Vol. 2 of 3: Translated from the Latin; To Which Are Added, Brandt's Life of the Author, with Considerable Augmentations; Numerous Extracts from His Private Le by. James Nichols. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.
The Works of James Arminius shows that Arminius should be studied along with other great theologians such as St. Augustine, St. Anselm, St. Aquinas, and Calvin. Ideal for anyone interested in the reformation or Arminianism, the Works of James Arminius is an instructive and important text. Tim Perrine CCEL Staff Writer.
3 was printed in 1875 by William Nichols for Thomas Baker.
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NICHOLS, JAMES (1785–1861), printer and theological writer, was born at Washington, Durham, 6 April 1785. Owing to family losses he had to work in a factory at Holbeck, Leeds, from the age of eight to twelve, but studied the Latin grammar in spare moments. His father was afterwards able to send him to Leeds grammar school. Nichols was for some time a private tutor, and subsequently entered into business as a printer and bookseller at Briggate, Leeds
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (October 16, 2006)
Pages: 460 pages