They proceeded to condemn the arminian doctrines, and to banish all the preachers who upheld them.
He has an excellent humour for an heretick, and in these days made the first arminian.
The arminian dispute led by necessary consequence to the question of public toleration.
A soldier said he would get a gimlet and bore a hole into the arminian.
The Arian heresy did not necessarily follow the arminian, but much the same causes led to its appearance.
Whitefield was a Calvinist: I am an arminian; but the book is not controversial.
My mother grieves, that one of her sons is an Arian, another an arminian.
They are arminian books, and those are mighty solid, I can tell you.
One of the most prominent of his reasons was, that the Church of Ireland connived "at arminian doctrines."
The ecclesiastical policy of the church is Wesleyan; but its theology is arminian.
1610s, from Arminius, Latinized form of the name of James Harmensen (1560-1609), Dutch Protestant theologian who opposed Calvin, especially on the question of predestination. His ideas were denounced at the Synod of Dort, but nonetheless spread in the Reformed churches.