Rutherford's Examination of Arminianism partly Translated

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  1. Charles Johnson

    Charles Johnson Puritan Board Freshman

    Greetings brethren and fellow PBer's,
    There is a new translation of never-before-translated sections of Samuel Rutherford's Examen Arminianismi available now on Reformed Books Online. The work is a systematic examination and refutation of the teachings of the Remonstrant Arminians and it tends to be a good read.
     
  2. Travis Fentiman

    Travis Fentiman Puritan Board Freshman

    Friends,

    For the first time, here is over a hundred pages translated into English from Rutherford’s Examination of Arminianism in Latin

    The closest thing that Samuel Rutherford wrote to a systematic theology was his Examination of Arminianism in Latin. The work’s chief purpose though, was quite narrow: to simply refute the errors of Arminianism. How do these two things coincide? Arminians erred on nearly every subject of theology; therefore Rutherford took advantage of the opportunity to survey the whole theological spectrum. This is the chief value of the Examination: Rutherford here delves into theological points addressed nowhere else in his writings.

    The level of depth, detail and Scriptural, theological accuracy in this work far surpasses most theological works written in English today. Learn theology from the greatest Scottish theologian in Church history.

    Rutherford, Samuel – Rutherford’s Examination of Arminianism: the Tables of Contents with Excerpts from Every Chapter trans. Charles Johnson & Travis Fentiman 1668 / 2019 135 pp.
    If you would like the work in an E-Book form, Monergism.com has kindly made it so available:


    I hope it is a blessing to you.
     
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  4. Reformed Covenanter

    Reformed Covenanter Puritanboard Commissioner

    I was initially baffled why Travis had apparently missed Charles's post. Mystery solved. :lol:
     
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