Simon Episcopius' Doctrine of Original Sin by Mark A. EllisSimon Episcopius' Doctrine of Original Sin by Mark A. Ellis

Simon Episcopius' Doctrine of Original Sin

byMark A. Ellis

Hardcover | January 6, 2006

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Simon Episcopius (1583-1643), who began his theological career as the protégé of Jacobus Arminius, led the Arminians at the Synod of Dort and was instrumental in guaranteeing Arminianism’s survival. This book breaks new ground by clearly showing how, in the process of working out the implications of the theological trajectories which Arminius established, Episcopius introduced significant changes in his master’s theology. It begins by demonstrating changes between Episcopius’ early theological works and Arminius’ writings, and then even greater changes in his mature theological work, Institutiones Theologicæ. It defends the idea that Arminianism represented a pre-Calvinist movement within the Netherlands, which not only rejected Genevan predestination, but also intentionally moved away from Reformed Scholasticism. This book is useful for seminars in early Arminian theology and the Arminian controversy in the Netherlands.
The Author: Mark A. Ellis is Professor of Systematic Theology and New Testament at the Seminário Teológico Batista do Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He received his Th.M. in New Testament and systematic theology (summa cum laude) and his Ph.D. in theological studies from Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas, where h...
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Title:Simon Episcopius' Doctrine of Original SinFormat:HardcoverDimensions:9.06 × 6.3 × 0.98 inPublished:January 6, 2006Publisher:Peter Lang Inc., International Academic PublishersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0820481092

ISBN - 13:9780820481098

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«Mark A. Ellis has given us a meticulous analysis of Episcopius in the context of the Synod of Dort. I cannot imagine a finer source for the man or his times. I have used Ellis’ work frequently with my students.» (J. Lanier Burns, Senior Research Professor, Theological Studies, Dallas Seminary, Dallas, Texas)