F. C. and J. Rivington,
James Nichols / 1816
In 1710, clergyman Daniel Whitby published this treatise defending the principles of Arminianism. His work incited a flurry of theological debate between the greatest theologians of the day—including Jonathan Edwards and John Gill. Discover the controversial book that challenged the Calvinism of Puritan England and America.
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Be sure to check out The Works of John Gill.
Daniel Whitby (1638–1726) was an English theologian and Bible commentator. He studied at Trinity College, Oxford. A strong anti-Calvinist, Whitby engaged frequently in fierce paper wars, supporting tolerance of nonconformists and developing a system of postmillennial eschatology.