Fundamentum Electionis Paperback

Jacobus Arminius' Doctrine of the Work and Person of Christ

by Stuart Clarke;

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Fundamentum Electionis

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Clarke examines the theological development of Arminius up to his magnum opus, the Declaration of Sentiments (1608). Arminius argued that Christ himself is the foundation of election, and that we are saved by a new relationship with God through Christ.

Both these insights led him at last to reject the Calvinist concept of salvation and damnation through a hidden decree made in a Christ-less secret counsel of the divine wisdom. Arminius was unsuccessful in the short term, but this study contends that his views have much to teach us.

F. Stuart Clarke is a retired Methodist Minister who spent most of his ministry in pastoral work in the UK and also seven years as a theological teacher in Sierra Leone.

Fundamentum Electionis by Stuart Clarke was published by Paternoster Press in December 2006 and is our 48391st best seller. The ISBN for Fundamentum Electionis is 9781842273982.

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    Details for Fundamentum Electionis

    Author / Artist
    Book FormatPaperback / softback
    PublisherPaternoster Press (December 2006)
    Number of Pages185
    Thickness11 mm
    Height227 mm
    Width160 mm
    Product Code111079
    Page last updated 11th April 2014
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