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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Moses Amyraut (A.D. 1596-1664) Also known by a Latinized version of his name, Amyraldus, was a French Protestant (a Huguenot) who advocated a modified form of Calvinism which came to be known as Amyraldianism, hypothetical universalism, or four point Calvinism, because it accepted all the teachings of the Synod of Dordt except limited atonement.

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