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  1. Self-Abandonment and Self-Denial Quietism, Calvinism, and the Prospect of Hell.Stephen R. Munzer - 2005 - Journal of Religious Ethics 33 (4):747-781.
    Self-abandonment and self-denial are, respectively, Catholic and hyper-Calvinist analogues of each other. Roughly, each requires the surrendering of a person to God's will and providence through faith, hope, and love. Should the self-abandoning/self-denying individual accept his or her own damnation if that be God's will? This article, which is virtually alone in discussing the Catholic and Reformed Protestant traditions together, answers "No." The unqualified self-abandonment present in quietism and the radical self-denial of Samuel Hopkins are perverse and irrational responses to (...)
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