Apostasy in Christianity
Apostasy in Christianity refers to the rejection of Christianity by someone who formerly was a Christian. The term apostasy comes from the Greek word apostasia ("ἀποστασία") meaning defection, departu...
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Conditional preservation of the saints
The conditional preservation of the saints, or commonly conditional security, is the Arminian belief that believers are kept safe by God in their saving relationship with Him upon the condition of a p...
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Calvinism
Calvinism (also called the Reformed tradition, Reformed Christianity or the Reformed faith) is a major branch of Protestantism that follows the theological tradition and forms of Christian practice of...
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History of Calvinist-Arminian debate
The history of the Calvinist–Arminian debate, a theological dispute originally amongst Dutch Protestants, dates back to the early 17th century. Its points remain at issue as the basis of current disag...
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Free will in theology
Free will in theology is an important part of the debate on free will in general. Religions vary greatly in their response to the standard argument against free will and thus might appeal to any numbe...
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Three Forms of Unity
The Three Forms of Unity is a collective name for the Belgic Confession, the Canons of Dort, and the Heidelberg Catechism, which reflect the doctrinal concerns of Continental Calvinism and are accepte...
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Jean Chardin
Jean Chardin (16 November 1643 – 5 January 1713), born Jean-Baptiste Chardin, and also known as Sir John Chardin, was a French jeweller and traveler whose ten-volume book The Travels of Sir John Chard...
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Musée du Désert
Le Musée du Désert is a museum dedicated to the history of Protestantism in France, particularly in the Cévennes. Its name refers to the Désert, the period between the Revocation of the Edict of Nante...
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Perseverance of the saints
Perseverance of the saints (also referred to as eternal security as well as the corollary—though distinct—doctrine known as "Once Saved, Always Saved") is a teaching that asserts that once persons are...
Henri de Massue, Earl of Galway
Henri de Massue, 2nd Marquis de Ruvigny, afterward Earl of Galway PC (9 April 1648 – 3 September 1720) was a French Huguenot soldier and diplomat who was influential in the English service in the Nine...
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Christophe Justel
Christophe Justel (1580–1649) was a French scholar, known as Christophorus or Christopher Justellus.A librarian, canonist and Protestant, he served as secretary to the French king Henri IV, buying the...
Bastion of Truth Reformed Churches in the Philippines
The Bastion of Truth Reformed Churches in the Philippines is a denomination of Christian churches all located in Southern Luzon, the Philippines.
Representatives from three former Pentecostal-Char...
Huguenot rebellions
The Huguenot rebellions, sometimes called the Rohan Wars after the Huguenot leader Henri de Rohan, refers to events of the 1620s in which French Protestants (Huguenots), mainly located in southwestern...
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Jean Androuet du Cerceau
Jean Androuet du Cerceau (c.1585–1650) was a French architect, the son of Jean Baptiste Androuet du Cerceau, the outstanding Parisian architect of his generation.Cerceau the younger is known for...
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Lordship salvation controversy
The "lordship salvation" controversy (also "Lordship Controversy") is a theological dispute regarding key soteriological questions within Evangelical Christianity, involving some non-denominational a...
Charles de Clermont
Charles de Clermont, called la Fontaine, was a Protestant preacher who was active in La Rochelle in 1557. The arrival of Charles de Clermont followed a period of repression against Calvinist propagati...
List of Reformed Baptists
This is a partial list of notable Reformed Baptists.
Pierre Dangicourt
Pierre Dangicourt (1664 Rouen – 12 Feb 1727 Berlin) was a French mathematician. As a Protestant, he left France after the Edict of Fontainebleau and settled in Prussia, where he was made an asso...
Charles de Téligny
Charles de Téligny (c. 1535 – 24 August 1572) was a French soldier and diplomat.
De Téligny belonged to a respected Huguenot family of Rouerque, and received an excellent training in letters and a...
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Henry Gratiot
Colonel Henry Gratiot (April 25, 1789 – April 27, 1836) was a French-American pioneer, trader and businessman who, during the Winnebago and Black Hawk Wars, acted as both an intermediary and ear...
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Pińczów Academy
The Pińczów Academy or Gymnasium was a Calvinist college in Pińczów, Poland from 1550-1565. This coincides with the Calvinist synods of Pińczów 1550-1564.Lord Nicholas Oleśnicki inherited the Pińczów ...
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Pierre des Maizeaux
Pierre des Maizeaux, also spelled Desmaizeaux (c. 1666 or 1673 – June 1745), was a French Huguenot writer exiled in London, best known as the translator and biographer of Pierre Bayle.He was born in P...
United Reformed Church
The United Reformed Church (URC) is a Christian church in the United Kingdom. It has approximately 68,000 members in 1,500 congregations with some 700 ministers.
The United Reformed Church results...
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Presuppositional apologetics
Presuppositionalism is a school of Christian apologetics that believes the Christian faith is the only basis for rational thought. It presupposes that the Bible is divine revelation and attempts to ex...
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Jacobus Arminius
Jacobus Arminius (October 10, 1560 – October 19, 1609), the Latinized name of the Dutch theologian Jakob Hermanszoon from the Protestant Reformation period, served from 1603 as professor in theology ...
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Barthélemy Prieur
Barthélemy Prieur (c. 1536-1611) was a French sculptor.Prieur was born to a Huguenot family in Berzieux, Champagne (now in the department of the Marne). He traveled to Italy, where he worked from 1564...
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Huguenot cross
The Huguenot cross is a Christian religious symbol originating in France and is one of the more recognisable and popular symbols of the evangelical reformed faith. It is commonly found today as a piec...
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Nicolas de Pellevé
Nicolas de Pellevé (1518–1594) was a French archbishop and Cardinal. He was a major figure of the Catholic League.He was a courtier of Henry II of France, and then of Cardinal Charles de Lorraine-Guis...
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James Hamilton, Duke of Châtellerault
James Hamilton, Duke of Châtellerault and 2nd Earl of Arran (c. 1516 – 22 January 1575), was a regent for Mary, Queen of Scots.
James Hamilton was the eldest legitimate son of James Hamilton...
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