Anti-Calvinists : the rise of English Arminianism, c. 1590-1640

Nicholas Tyacke

This is a study of the rise of English Arminianism and the growing religious division in the Church of England during the decades before the Civil War of the 1640s. The author argues that it was Arminianism, not the rise of puritanism, that was a major cause of the war, not only because it was embraced by and imposed by an increasingly absolutist Charles I, which heightened the religious and political tensions of the period. Almost all English Protestants were members of the established church. Consequently, what was a theological dispute about rival views of the Christian faith, Arminianism promoting the role of the sacraments and the grace they conferred, Calvinism focusing on the grace of predestination, assumed wider significance as a struggle for control of that church. When Armianism triumphed, Puritan opposition to the established church was rekindled.

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[目次]

  • The Hampton Court conference and Arminianism "avant la lettre"
  • Cambridge University and Arminianism
  • Oxford University and Arminianism
  • The British delegation to the synod of Dort
  • Bishop Neile and the Durham house group
  • Richard Montague, the House of Commons, and Arminianism
  • The York House conference
  • Arminianism during the personal rule and after. Appendices: from Calvinist to Arminian - the doctrinal tenor of the Paul's Cross sermons 1570-1638
  • the Arminianism of Archbishop Laud.

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書名 Anti-Calvinists : the rise of English Arminianism, c. 1590-1640
著作者等 Tyacke, Nicholas
シリーズ名 Oxford historical monographs
出版元 Clarendon Press;Oxford University Press
刊行年月 1990, c1987
版表示 New ed
ページ数 xviii, 305 p., [4] p. of plates
大きさ 22 cm
ISBN 0198201842
NCID BA1101086X
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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