Arminian Timeline

, posted by Godismyjudge

Date

Remonstrant

Anglican/Methodist

Baptist

1600’s

James
Arminius
 (1560-1609) Theologian and leader of the opposition of Calvinism
in Amsterdam and Leiden

 

Jan Uytenbogaert remonstrant led the meeting that produced
the 
5
Points of the Remonstrants – 1610

 

Simon Episcopius
(1583-1643) – Arminius’ greatest student and leader of the Remonstrants at Dort – Opra Theologica.

 

Hugo Grotius (1583
–1645) Imprisoned as a result of Dort.
First to articulate the Governmental Theory of the Atonement in A Defense of the Catholic Faith
Concerning the Satisfaction of Christ
.  Commentaries.

 

Johannes
Arnoldi Corvinus
(1582-1650) – Response
to Peter Molina

 

Gerardus Vossius (1577-1649) – History
of the Pelagian Controversy

 

1618
OPINIONS OF THE REMONSTRANTS

 

The
Arminian Confession 1621

 

Philip van Limborch
(1633-1712) (A
Complete System, or Body of Divinity
)

Peter Baro (1534-1599)

 

Daniel Tilenus (1563–1633) Bridge
between the Remonstrants and Early English Arminianism.
Convinced of Arminianism by Corvinus and passed that influence to Womock

 

Laurence Womock (1612–1686) – Author
of the Calvinist Cabinet Unlocked and 
The
Result of False Principles: or, Error Convicted by its Own Evidence

John Goodwin (1593-1665) Author of Redemption
Redeemed
An
Exposition Romans 9
 and a 
Christian Theology

 

Lancelot Andrews (1555-1626) – Sermons

 

John
Smyth (1570-1612) and; Thomas Helwys (1550-1616)– Cofounders
of Baptist Church

The
First Baptist Confession
 1611

 

Standard Confession
(1660)

 

Thomas
Grantham (1634-1692) General Baptist (Works)

 

Henry
Denne – General Baptist (d 1661)

 

1700’s

 

Edward Bird On The Horrible Decree of
Unconditional Election 
(1726)

 

Daniel Whitby
(1638-1726) – His classic work Discourses on the 5 Points
drew famous responses from Calvinists John Gill (The Cause of God and Truth)
and Jonathan Edwards (Inquiry into the Will).

 

John
Wesley
 
(1703-1791)
Founder of Methodism

 

Charles
Wesley (1707 –1788)

 

John Fletcher (1729-1782)Works: Volume 1Volume 2Volume 3,

Volume 4

Thomas Coke
(1747-1814)

 

Joseph Benson (1748-1821)

 

Dan
Taylor – General Baptist (1738-1816) (Works)

 

 

 

Benjamin
Randall – General Baptist (1749-1808) (Works)

1800’s

 

Adam Clarke (1762-1832)-
Commentaries

 

Joseph Sutcliffe
(1762-1856) –Commentaries

 

Richard Watson
(1781-1833)
 – His
Theological Institutes 
is perhaps
the best Methodist Systematic Theology

 

James Nichols Calvinism and Arminianism Compared (1824)

Thomas William Jenkyn – Extent of the Atonement (1835)

S.G. Burney Atonement (1888)

Nathan Bangs,
(1778 – 1862) – 
The errors
of Hopkinsianism detected and refuted
A Second
Part

 

Willbur Fisk (1792 – 1839) – Calvinistic Controversy

 

Samuel Wakefied (1799-1895) –Christian Theology

 

Amos Binney (1802-1878) System
of Divinity

 

Daniel Whedon (1808-1885) The Freedom of the Will.  Commentaries.

 

Thomas N. Ralston, Elements of Divinity
(1851)

 

Miner Raymond
(1811-1897)- Systemtaic Theology, 
Volume
1
Volume
2
 and Volume
3

 

 

Philip Pugh –Arminianism v.
hyper-Calvinism: 3 letters to S. Cozens
(1860)

 

Thomas O. Summers
(1812-1882)- 
Commentary
Matthew,
Mark,
Luke

 

John Miley (1813-1895)

 

Randolph S. Foster
(1820-1903)
 Objections to
CALVINISM as it is

 

William Burt Pope
(1822-1903)
 Volume
1
 and Volume
2
 of his Systematic Theology

Daniel Steele (1824-1914) Commentaries on Leviticus,
Numbers, and Deuteronomy
,Joshua – 2 Samuel, and John’s Epistles

Benjamin Field
(1827-1869)-

The
Student’s Handbook of Christian Theology

 

Albert Nash,Perseverance and Apostasy (1871)

 

Francis Hodgson – The
Calvinistic Doctrine of Predestination Examined and Refuted
 (1855)

 

Frédéric Louis Godet
(1812 -1900) Not a Methodist. Commentaries on 
John
Volume 1
John Volume 2, and Romans

 

John
McClintock (1814-1870) – 
Cylopaedia
of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature

 

Joseph Beet
(1840-1924)
 Commentary on Romans

 

Ransom
Dunn – General Baptist – A
Discourse on the Freedom of the Will
 (1850)

 

A. D.
Williams – General Baptist (1825 – 1894)

 

David
Marks – General Baptist (1805-1845)

 

Jabez Burns – General Baptist
(1805-1876) (Works)

 

 

 

E. Y.
Mullins (1860-1928) wrote Baptist Beliefs and W. T. Conner (1877-1952) – wrote
Christian Doctrine and The Gospel of Redemption. Mullins and Conner did not call themselves Arminians, but they were instrumental in the decline of
Calvinism within the Southern Baptist Convention.