29) Familists, moreover, had cut devotional ties with the moral law, and in this sense they were antinomians
; but, as Michael Winship has noted, if all Familists were antinomians
, not all antinomians
The dervishes and antinomian
Sufis were closely tied to the shamans of Inner Asia as they either resembled them or had defeated them in religious and magical feats.
In his re-creation of the antinomian
community, Como provides an exhaustive analysis of antinomian
thinkers both well-known and obscure, and shows how anti-legal thought fell into two basic categories: there were imputational antinomians
, like John Eaton, who held that the imputed righteousness of Christ prevented God from seeing the sins of the elect; and there were perfectionist antinomians
, whose ideas derived in part from the Familist teachings of Hendrick Niches, and who, like John Everarde, believed that justified believers were actually made perfect in this world.
Indeed, Harvey comments, "Part of what is at stake in the theological debates of the Antinomian
Controversy is the status of women as possessions in marriage.
The search for a Unified Kvetch Theory took a detour when one or two well-known writers suggested that the common theme among all the different manifestations of modernism was that they were all antinomian
, which sent everyone scurrying to their dictionaries.
Extended to its full implication, this argument amounts to a revision of what Tallack identifies as the whole Romantic - modernist slant of American literary history, here epitomized by Perry Miller's identification of the intellectual and emotional continuities between the Puritan antinomian
position and the anti-communality of American Romantic 'self-reliance'.
As a woman of 17th-century America, she had dared to challenge the patriarchal order, its power and its words, by "delivering" her own Antinomian
message in an untraditional, "unfeminine" way; she was banished from the community, as a result.
More modest and locally oriented in their goals, men of Winthrop's persuasion resented the striving--even to spread Puritanism itself--that characterized the worldview of colonials like John Underhill, one of the antinomians
exiled to New York.
then moves through Luther's career, from the public outbreak of the indulgences controversy and the Peasants' War to the disputes with Erasmus, Zwingli, the radical reformers, and the antinomians
, analyzing the import of each for Luther's theological development.
However, the Long Parliament (assembled in November 1640) had the Laudians in its sights, though the question of whether or not MPs had antinomians
in their bellies can be, in the present state of knowledge, a matter for speculation only.
are familiar protagonists in accounts of mid-seventeenth-century English radicalism.
With its framework of familists, antinomians
, bishops, papists, Arminians, Antichrist, Jesuits, Spanish designs, and the devastation of Germany, it was clearly about the religious tensions tearing Europe apart and fraying the English godly community itself.