Moise Amyraut, Saumur, 1636 (Google Books)
In November 1664, Lister noted that he had read: ‘Dispensat, Amyraldus’.
This was Six sermons de la nature estendue by Moise Amyraut (1596-1664). Amyraut was a Protestant theologian, best known for his modified Calvinism called, appropriately enough, Amyraldism.
Amyraldism posits God provides Christ’s atonement for all; however as no human would believe in God on his own accord, He elected those whom He will bring to faith in Christ. Thus, the Calvinist belief in predestination was preserved.