Nor did he fail to point out the suicidal nature of Erastianism.
Obviously, if this is 'Erastianism,' it is of an unusual kind.
Erastianism is so called from Erastus, a German heretic of the sixteenth century.
When the question was put to him, "Is it our duty to refuse ordination to any one who holds the views of Erastianism?"
Erastianism, the right of the State to override and overrule the decisions of the Church that happen to involve civil penalties.
Under its lordly bewitchery, Erastianism prevails in the Established Churches of the kingdom.
What is known as “Erastianism” would be better connected with the name of Grotius.
It was a striking triumph for Erastianism, though the more liberal principles of Hoadly were less successful.
This extreme Erastianism had its roots in Indian as well as Chinese ideas.