the doctrinal teachings of Jacobus Arminius or his followers, especially the doctrine that Christ died for all people and not only for the elect.: Compare Calvinism (def. 1).
- Ar·min·i·an, adjective, noun
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How to use Arminianism in a sentence
Robinson became noted as a preacher and controversialist against Arminianism.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2 | Egerton Ryerson
The denial of universal ideas is rationalism and materialism in philosophy, as it is Pelagianism and Arminianism in theology.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V | John Lord
Wesley and Whitfield parted company on the ground of Arminianism versus Calvinism.
In a word, Arminianism became a method of religious inquiry that appealed to reason, nature, and the needs of man.Unitarianism in America | George Willis Cooke
On the other hand, when the people claim the right to rule, they modify their theology into Arminianism.Unitarianism in America | George Willis Cooke