The gomarism or movement of the against-remonstrants is a current monk appeared at the beginning of the 17th century in reaction with the doctrines of the remonstrants. Against-remonstrants had the theologist Franciscus Gomarus for chief.
DoctrinesThe base of the belief of against-remonstrants is that the life of the man is predestined. Each man is born with a certain goal, and it does not have any freedom to deviate about it. This is in particular valid for the hello eternal.
According to against-remonstrants, one could neither add, nor to remove no man among those which will go to the Ciel later; that was in advance given by God. The remonstrants under the direction of the theologist Jacobus Arminius adopted a more liberal alternative of the doctrines of predestination. According to them, God predestined for safety eternal those of which it knew previously that they would be believers during their life; for them, the man thus has indeed a certain influence on his place with the paradise.
Against-remonstrants many partisans had among the “ordinary” population at the time of the conflict with the remonstrants, during the Trêve twelve years. The prince Maurice also openly declared himself against-remonstrants, but one can put the question to know at which point one this adhesion was a religious position or a political calculation; indeed, its large political rival, Large-boarder of Holland, Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, were one remonstrant.
The leaders remonstrants having had the lower part vis-a-vis against-remonstrants with the Synod of Dordrecht and Johan van Oldenbarnevelt having been carried out, the positions of the current against-remonstrant became the official doctrines of the reformed Church of the United Provinces.
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