Borre or Borrhius, Adrian Van Den

Borre Or Borrhius, Adrian Van Den, a distinguished Remonstrant. On the death of Arminius (q.v.), his ability and piety gave him great influence among the followers of that great man. He was one of the six Remonstrant ministers who took part in the conference at the Hague, 1611; he also assisted at the Delft Conference, 1613. When subscription to the decretals of the Synod of Dort was enforced, he gave up all his worldly interests for conscience' sake, and joined Episcopius and others at Antwerp, where he was one of the directors of the affairs of the Remonstrants. He wrote the Explicatio delucida cap. IX ad Romans, contained in pt. ii of Acta et Scripta Ministrorum Remonstrantium (1620).-Limborch, Vita Episcopii (ed. 1701, p. 213); Morison, On Romans IX, p. 56.

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