Arminianism -- England. : Anti-Arminianisme, or, the Church of Englands old antithesis to new Armianianisme ... / by William Prynne.
Arminianism -- England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The glorious truth of redemption by Jesus Christ, rescued out of the hand or unrighteousnes. Or the doctrine of redemption rightly stated: wherein, 1. All Arminian and Pelagian glosses and absurdities are refuted. 2. All carnal allegations and reasonings silenc'd. 3. All concern'd scriptures seemingly discording, reconcil'd. 4. The doctrine of redemption clearly held forth, according to the harmony of scripture, and analogie of faith. By W.L.
Arminianism -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800. : The beginning, progresse, and increase of the sect of the remonstrants and Arminian faction, in the Vnited Provinces of the Low-Countries. : Together with the meanes used by the power and authority of the civill magistrate for the suppressing thereof, and the happy successe which it had by their endeavours. Whereunto are annexed the severall edicts and proclamations (for that end and purpose) set forth by the Estates General there forbidding them under the penalties of pecuniarie mulcts, imprisonment and banishment, all meetings and conventicles, for preaching, administring of sacraments, &c. to bee inflicted on the offendors, both ministers and others, according to the severall natures and degrees of their offences.
Arminianism -- Poetry. : Divi arminij mactatorvm renata et renovata petitio, or, The arminian priests last petition for their former formalitie and ancient innovation both in church and common-weale : returned from all parts, with the numerall subscription of 6666 : and therein their intentions are lively expressed by an accommodate and meete embleme and made plain to the ingenuous reader : viz unita fortior : importunitie redoubled, where many conbinde, will doubtlesse prevaile / by Thomas Harbie ...
Arminianism -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : Divi Arminij mactatorum renata, et renovata petitio. Or the Arminian priests last petition for their former formalitie, and ancient innovation, both in church and common-weale; : returned from all parts, with the numerall subscription of 6666. And therein their intentions are lively expressed by an accommodate and meete embleme, and made plain to the ingenuous reader. Viz unita fortior. Importunitie redoubled (where many combinde) will doubtlesse prevaile. By Thomas Harbie, gent.
Arminianism -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Vindiciæ Christi, et obex errori Arminiano: = a plea for Christ, and obstrvction to the first passage, whereat the errors of Arminus steal into the hearts of men: shewing Christs satisfaction in his humiliation, to be the sole price of our redemption; and evidencing faith in that satisfaction, no instrumental cause of our justification in the fight of God, nor condition given us for life. Delivered in three sermons: by Richard Lewthwat Master of Arts, in Caius Colledge in Cambridge, at his Parish of Wigston in Norfolk.
Arminians -- Controversial literature. : A Christian plea : conteyning three treatises. I. The first, touching the Anabaptists, & others mainteyning some like errours with them. II. The second, touching such Christians, as now are here, commonly called Remonstrants or Arminians. III. The third, touching the Reformed Churches, with vvhom my self agree in the faith of the Gospel of our Lord Iesus Christ. Made by Francis Iohnson, pastour of the auncient English Church, now sojourning at Amsterdam in the Low Countreyes.
Arminians -- Great Britain -- Controversial literature. : Ladensium autokatakrisis, the Canterburians self-conviction : Or an evident demonstration of the avowed Arminianisme, poperie, and tyrannie of that faction, by their owne confessions. With a post-script to the personate Iesuite Lysimachus Nicanor, a prime Canterburian.