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Arminian (adj.)

1610s in reference to a Protestant sect, 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. As a noun from 1610s. Related: Arminianism.

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Definitions of Arminian from WordNet
1
Arminian (n.)
adherent of Arminianism;
2
Arminian (adj.)
of or relating to Arminianism;
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