Correcting the misinterpretation of Arminius.
When parts of a theology become exaggerated, that theology becomes a
caricature. And when misunderstood, it becomes a misrepresentation.
Such is the case with the work of Dutch theologian Jacob Arminius.
Traditionally, Arminius has been treated as a divisive figure in
evangelical theology. Until recently one was either an Arminian and
accepted his theology or a Calvinist and rejected it. By revisiting
Arminius’ writings, this book hopes to be a constructive voice between
Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs
Mark G. Bilby
Oliver D. Crisp
W. Stephen Gunter
John Mark Hicks
Mark H. Mann
Thomas H. McCall
Richard A. Muller
Keith D. Stanglin
E. Jerome Van Kuiken