noun Am·y·ral·dism \ˌaməˈralˌdizəm\

Definition of Amyraldism



  1. :  a liberal form of Calvinism distinguished by its doctrines of universal atonement and universal salvation

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Origin and Etymology of amyraldism

Moses Amyraldus (Moïse Amyraut) †1664 French Protestant theologian + English -ism

First Known Use: circa 1815

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to criticize severely

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