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He is author of more than 50 books, including Reading the Bible Supernaturally.
The Quinquarticular Controversy is a term used to refer to the purely theological Calvinist–Arminian clashes of the period 1609 to 1618, a time in which the debate had serious political overtones in the Netherlands.
I do not believe we can preach the gospel, if we do not preach justification by faith, without works; nor unless we preach the sovereignty of God in His dispensation of grace; nor unless we exalt the electing, unchangeable, eternal, immutable, conquering love of Jehovah; nor do I think we can preach the gospel, unless we base it upon the special and particular redemption of His elect and chosen people which Christ wrought out upon the cross; nor can I comprehend a gospel which lets saints fall away after they are called, and suffers the children of God to be burned in the fires of damnation after having once believed in Jesus.”Back to Benjamin: Now, I love Spurgeon — he is one of my most valued teachers. Which I take to mean: Can an Arminian speak enough of gospel truth so that God is willing to use it to save sinners?
But it seems as though this would render, if true, ineffective the gospel that Arminians preach. Can an Arminian preach the gospel effectively — Christ and him crucified? And as he was unpacking those points about the foundations and the riches and the heights of gospel truth, I was saying, Amen! And the answer to that is: Now, let me say something about why I say this, because this is important.
Early Armenian Illuminated manuscripts are remarkable for their festive designs to the Armenian culture; they make one feel the power of art and the universality of its language.
The greatest Armenian miniaturist, Toros Roslin, lived in the 13th century.
This controversy is the one that was addressed by the Dutch Reformed churches at the Synod of Dort in 1618–1619, a meeting to which Protestant representatives from Reformed churches in other countries were invited. "having to do with five points") refers to points of contention raised by the Arminian party in its publication of five articles of Remonstrance in 1610.