Saumur a Protestant theological seminary, located in a town of the same name, in the department of the Maine-et-Loire. It was suppressed in 1685, but during its continuance exerted considerable influence upon Protestant thought in France. Its tendency was towards Arminianism. See Hagenbach, Hist. of Doctrines, § 222, n. 15, 225, 225 a, 247.

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