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*These five points as the heart of Calvinism (Reformed
Tradition) actually developed from the Synod of Dordtrecht in 1618-19 in
response to the Remonstrants' (followers of James Arminius) five points
that challenged Reformed orthodoxy, especially the double predestination
of Theodore Beza, a follower of John Calvin. Calvin's theological
system was broader ranging than these five points. However,
these five points came to encapsulate the Calvinist/Reformed position
against Arminius and later John Wesley. (See
The Canons of Dordt ).
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