My husband asked me yesterday to find something in LV's catalogue. (I was shocked, because, while he is a podcast guy, he is NOT an audiobook guy.) Turns out he's interested in the theology of Jacob Arminius (who has also been known, I just discovered, as James Arminius ). Anyway, my husband told me that, while he couldn't find Arminius in our catalogue, he just knew he had to be there. But, no. I'm actually not all that surprised, as he isn't as popular a theologian as some, but anyway...
Here are the three volumes of The Works of James Arminius:
Volumes 1 and 2 look the most manageable and would be well suited for taking a small selection for a nonfiction collection or some such. Parts of them might even be well suited to a group project, although I wouldn't do an entire volume all in one go.
Volume 3 has only a few very lengthy discussions and treatises listed in the Table of Contents, so probably would not have convenient section breaks and would be more difficult to plan out.
Suggest and discuss books to read (all languages welcome!)
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