Biography of Jacobus Arminius (1560-1609)

Famous theologian Protestant, born in the Netherlands in 1560 and died in 1609, author of the theological system known as Arminianism.

He was a Professor of the University of Leiden. His doctrine can be reduced to the following five propositions: 1 ° that the choice and reproach of men, Dios is considered one part faith and perseverance and, on the other, the disbelief and impenitence; 2nd, J.C. died for all men without distinction; 3 rd, that grace is necessary to devote itself to the good. 4 °, that grace does not work so that you remove freedom power to resist; and 5th, which must not hold that it is impossible to lose the grace after receiving.