Calvinist


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an adherent of the theological doctrines of John Calvin

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of or relating to or characteristic of Calvinism or its adherents

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Instead, Moore claims that Preston's version of hypothetical universalism came from his contacts with two prominent Calvinist bishops of the Irish and English established churches, James Ussher and John Davenant, both of whom earlier laid out some of the formulations concerning covenant, gospel call, and atonement taken up by Preston.
In keeping with the major intentions of this collection, Steere declines to view a Calvinist bishop as adhering to a debased form of episcopacy and instead locates in Hall an adaptation of Calvinism to Erastian, episcopal and monarchical circumstances.
The study found that Dutch Calvinists notice embedded visual patterns quicker than their atheist compatriots.
Arguing against the lingering characterization of Calvinist habits of thought as constituted principally by fear and self-loathing, Schmidt insists that it "is crucial to understand that early modern English evangelical Protestants were not fostering a peculiarly abject and tormented 'Puritan' psychology when describing ...
As a result of his instruction, and a growing personal conviction that there is no viable Protestant alternative, I am returning--definitely not to the religion of my father (a Calvinist Presbyterian)--but to the religion of my father's fathers.
Since the 16th century we have been a church where the Calvinist, the Catholic, and the enlightened Deist could find a home.
The turmoil of political history, Scotland's previous time as an English province, and the revived fervor of Calvinist religion in the Scottish Church accentuated the internal conflict.
The book begins with an introduction to the theology of Baptist confessions of faith, addressing similarities and differences in the Calvinist and Arminian theologies that characterized early Baptist life and moved through later confessions, including the multiple revisions of the Baptist Faith and Message of the Southern Baptist Convention.
The Calvinist households of the Archbishop of Canterbury, George Abbot, and the Bishop of London, John King, effectively controlled ecclesiastical authorization in the early years of James's reign, and their interests and those of the Crown did not necessarily coincide.
But Steen, a Catholic painter in a Calvinist country, injected comic relief into the idyllic homes of the nouveau riche, by skillfully subverting the natural and social order (2).
citizens are "culturally Calvinist, even those who profess the Catholic faith." G.K.
Calvinist school stage was strongly didactic but untouched by classicism.
Henri had been raised as a Calvinist by his powerful and persuasive mother, Jeanne d'Albret, whose influence on him, Love argues, long outlived her.
He quotes Defoe's Calvinist claim in 1725 that the new London churches are 'not adorned with pomp and pageantry as in Popish countries; but, like the true Protestant plainness, they have made very little of ornament'.
To make this argument, Sheldon describes Madison's Calvinist upbringing and education and shows how this background provided the basis for his political ideas throughout his life, from the Revolutionary period through the nullification debates after his presidency.