With this first direct translation of Arminius’ Declaration of Sentiments into English from the original Dutch, W. Stephen Gunter weaves expert translation with valuable notes and theological commentary. Gunter’s introduction situates this overlooked but critically important work within its rich historical context and includes a clear, illuminating discussion of the debate over predestination. What emerges is an enlightening portrait of Arminius that challenges modern misconceptions about one of the most significant sixteenth-century theologians.
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No longer having to rely on an archaic translation of a translation, English readers are now one step closer to the historical Arminius with this definitive translation of and commentary on his most important treatise.
—Keith Stanglin, associate professor, Austin Graduate School of Theology