Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace  -     By: Keith D. Stanglin, Thomas H. McCall
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Oxford University Press / 2012 / Hardcover

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 0199755663
ISBN-13: 9780199755660
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Jacob Arminius (1559-1609) is one of the few theologians in the history of Christianity who has lent his name to a significant theological movement. The dissemination of his thought throughout Europe, Great Britain, and North America, along with the appeal of his ideas in current Protestant evangelical spheres (whether rightly understood or misunderstood), continue to attract both scholarly and popular attention. Keith D. Stanglin and Thomas H. McCall's Jacob Arminius offers a constructive synthesis of the current state of Arminius studies. There is a chasm separating technical, scholarly discussions of Arminius and popular-level appeals to his thought. The authors seek to bridge the scholarly and general discussions, providing an account based on interaction with all the primary sources and latest secondary research that will be helpful to the scholar as well as comprehensible and relevant to the undergraduate student.

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Keith D. Stanglin is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at the Austin Graduate School of Theology.

Thomas H. McCall is Associate Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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"[Stanglin and McCall] have set out to write a clear, balanced, and sympathetic introduction to the theology of the Dutch theologian, Jacob Arminius (1559-1609)... This book presents the teaching of Arminius on God and Christ, creation and fall, sin and salvation, grace and predestination. Ultimately it shows that Arminius taught what we might call a very Augustinian Arminianism... It succeeds in what it set out to do: present an introduction to the theology of Arminius. The book helped me see Arminius as a theologian of the goodness of God." --W. Robert Godfrey, President and Professor of Church History, Westminster Seminary California


"Keith Stanglin and Thomas McCall have provided a much needed introduction to the thought of this major theologian that is both scholarly and accessible. They set aside the prejudices and stereotypes that have often plagued the study of Arminius and provide a significant access to the main themes of his thought--a work to be studied by scholars in the field and valued by all students of the early modern roots of contemporary Protestant thought."--Richard A. Muller, P. J. Zondervan Professor of Historical Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary


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    This review was written for Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace.
    This book is a landmark book. This book explores the rich theology of Jacob Arminius. Arminius is known, according to Calvinist, as the "theologian of freedom" but instead you will find that Arminius was a theologian of grace. In fact, Calvinists will be surprised to read this book and discover how grace-centered Arminius was in his theology. This is not a man bent on attacking Calvinism or trying to bring Pelagianism back to the church. Instead, Arminius was clear that salvation was the gracious work of God's grace from beginning to end.

    I cannot write enough about this great book. I highly recommend it and you will not be disappointed as you read this book. The book is well written, well documented, and not written in a polemic nature.
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