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In 1708, Mandeville published an English translation of a sermon preached at Colchester to the Dutch Congregation by Cornelius Pieter Schrevelius, a minister with Remonstrant sympathies.
The Flushing Remonstrants who asked for toleration for Quakers were punished severely as a consequence of their temerity in presuming that an appeal to the Netherlands' reputation for welcoming all the "sons of Adam," including "Jews, Turks, and Egyptians," would move the colony's government to reverse itself with respect to the enforcement of laws against welcoming Quakers.
In his view, unity between Lutherans and Calvinists could be established if the Five Articles of the Remonstrants were approached with the relevant experience of theologians from the Palatinate taken into account.
Other Protestant denominations include Baptists, Lutherans, Anglicans, and Remonstrants.
The idea that the British delegation constantly played a conciliatory, peace-making role during proceedings is undermined by the fact that the British, when it suited their interests, took up hard-line positions-they were the first to suggest, for instance, that it would be justifiable to exclude the accused Remonstrants from the synod altogether.
Luisa Simonutti investigated the relationship of Socinianism and Arminianism, primarily in the works of the Socinian Samuel Pryzpkowski (1592-1670) and the leading Arminian Philippus van Limborch (1633-1712), and concludes that despite substantial theological differences, Socinian arguments for toleration proved to be most welcome to Dutch Remonstrants.
Although the number of faithful of this group is limited (2), it is important to include the group in this study because it was probably the Remonstrants (later joined by the Mennonites) who attempted to receive the Enlightenment in all its fullness, without falling into the trap of the atheists.
From the July 2002 Socinianism and Cultural Exchange symposium, held in Munich, 11 papers highlight the relationship of anti- Trinitarianism to liberal currents in reformed Protestantism, namely Dutch Remonstrants, some of the French Huguenots, and English Latitudinarians.
Following the first draft of the constitutional articles of the new church order, the Remonstrants left the process, because they could not find room enough for their liberal opinions in the new church.
Outsiders include remonstrants and dissidents, such as the sponsors of Charter 77 and those of the Committee to Defend the Unjustly Persecuted.
By radical I refer to what is known a mixture of Quietism, Quakers, Remonstrants, followers of Jan de Witt and quite a few others.
Their presence, Marshall writes, "enabled the women remonstrants to maintain a discreet distance from the political fray" (60).