Первое массовое социальное движение в Новой Англии [New England] в колониальный период, после Пекотской войны [Pequot War]. Началось с образования кружка домохозяйки Энн Хатчинсон [Hutchinson, Anne] в 1636 в г. Бостоне, в колонии Массачусетского залива [Massachusetts Bay Colony]. Сторонники Энн - антиномисты, названные так священниками (от греч. antinomia - противозаконность), учили, что спасение приходит от непосредственного общения с Богом. Наиболее активно антиномистов поддержали бостонские купцы, недовольные торговыми ограничениями властей, а затем и губернатор Г. Вейн [Vane, Henry], что и превратило богословский спор в социальное движение. В 1637 ортодоксы во главе с Дж. Уинтропом [Winthrop, John] сместили Вейна с поста губернатора, а на собрании генерального совета [General Court] Энн и некоторые ее сторонники были осуждены на изгнание
тж antinomian controversy

English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2013.

Смотреть что такое "antinomianism" в других словарях:

  • Antinomianism — • The heretical doctrine that Christians are exempt from the obligations of moral law Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Antinomianism     Antinomianism      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • ANTINOMIANISM — (from Greek anti, against, and nomos, law ), opposition to the law and, more especially, a religiously inspired rejection and abolition of moral, ritual, and other traditionally accepted rules and standards. Antinomianism in the narrow sense has… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Antinomianism — An ti*no mi*an*ism, n. The tenets or practice of Antinomians. South. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • antinomianism — (n.) 1640s, from ANTINOMIAN (Cf. antinomian) + ISM (Cf. ism) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Antinomianism — For the term in politics describing socialist movements, see Autonomism Antinomianism (from the Greek ἀντί , against + νόμος , law ), or lawlessness (in the Greek Bible: ἀνομία, [ bin/ ἀνομία]… …   Wikipedia

  • antinomianism — an·ti·no·mi·an·ism (ăn tĭ nōʹmē ə nĭz əm) n. 1. Theology. The doctrine or belief that the Gospel frees Christians from required obedience to any law, whether scriptural, civil, or moral, and that salvation is attained solely through faith and the …   Universalium

  • antinomianism — The belief that one s religious commitments or faith exempt one from the legal or moral codes of the wider society (hence ‘anti norms’). Antinomianism has been a characteristic of particular sects throughout the history of Christianity. Most… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • antinomianism — The belief held by various sects, but particularly by radical protestant movements of the 16th and 17th centuries, that certain chosen Christians are by faith or by predestination unable to sin, and are hence set free from the requirement to obey …   Philosophy dictionary

  • antinomianism — The doctrine held by a group of Christians taught by Paul that Christ has freed us from slavery under the Law, indeed a freedom from any restraints at all. This travesty of his view is repudiated by Paul in Rom. 6; and Matt. 5:17–18 also asserts… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • Antinomianism — in theology is the idea that members of a particular religious group are under no obligation to obey the laws of ethics or morality as presented by religious authorities. Antinomianism is the polar opposite of legalism, the notion that obedience… …   Mini philosophy glossary

  • antinomianism — antinomian ► ADJECTIVE ▪ believing that Christians are released by grace from obeying moral laws. ► NOUN ▪ a person with such a belief. DERIVATIVES antinomianism noun. ORIGIN from Greek anti against + nomos law …   English terms dictionary


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