Arminianism Or Amyraldianism?

V. They [the Remonstrants] distinguish therefore, between the obtaining of reconciliation and the application of it. They contend that reconciliation and remission of sins is obtained for all, which yet is applied only to them that believe, that all men are given to Christ in the right of salvation but not in the communication of salvation, that God has neither will nor nilled [willed the contrary] the application of reconciliation (that is, faith and salvation) to all men, but he has thus willed it if they believe, if they will receive grace.

—Pierre du Moulin, The Anatomy of Arminianism (London, 1620), 226. Spelling and punctuation modernized.

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