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  • noun Plural form of Gomarist.


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  • The opponents to these views, often called "Gomarists," issued a counter-blast from which they received the name

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries Rufus Matthew Jones 1905

  • The Remonstrance provoked a bitter controversy, in which the Gomarists led the attack.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas ROBERT M. KINGDON 1968

  • Holland between the Gomarists and the Arminians, when the Synod of Dort, in one of its articles, condemned the Remonstrant doctrine of a universal atonement.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ 1616-1683 1967

  • But the Gomarists renewed his dogmas; and their belief met a favourable reception among the Dutch, French, and Swiss.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux 1840-1916 1913

  • In the course of the religious feuds between the Arminians and the Gomarists, Prince

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability 1840-1916 1913

  • Gomarists, and brought about the loss of his professorship and his banishment from Holland; but any injustice might have been expected from that extraordinary Synod, where theology was mystified, religion disgraced, and Christianity outraged.

    Books Fatal to Their Authors 1892

  • There were many Fatal Books in Holland during the famous controversy between the Arminians and the Gomarists, which ended in the famous Synod of Dort, and for vehemence, bigotry, and intolerance is as remarkable as any which can be found in ecclesiastical history.

    Books Fatal to Their Authors 1892

  • Contra-Remonstrant demand and resolved to take drastic action against the Gomarists.

    History of Holland George Edmundson 1889

  • The Gomarists on their part drew up a _Contra-Remonstratie_ containing seven articles, and they declined to submit to any decision on matters of doctrine, save from a purely Church Synod.

    History of Holland George Edmundson 1889

  • In case the plot was sprung too suddenly therefore, he feared that with the assistance of England Maurice might, at the head of the Gomarists and the army, make himself sovereign of Holland and Duke of

    PG Edition of Netherlands series — Complete John Lothrop Motley 1845


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