- (Of God or fate) appoint or decree (something) beforehand: progress is not foreordainedMore example sentences
- We believe that the Bible teaches that God foreordained many things: to anoint Jesus as the Christ, to save the world through Jesus, to work with the Jews rather than some other group of people, to send Paul as a missionary, and so on.
- He said, ‘Some Christians have told lies, others have stolen: did God foreordain their sins?’
- They served as religious and political propaganda, asserting that the deity had foreordained the current situation and would ultimately ensure a favorable outcome for his people.
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- Firstly, the Scriptures affirm that Christ's redemptive work on earth was the culmination of God's planning and foreordination - which in its inception predated the foundation of the world.
- We believe that God never foreordained evil, only good, so that sin, suffering, and damnation are products of human choices rather than of divine foreordination.
- Foreknowledge is not foreordination, predestination, or even predetermination (though these can be a result of foreknowledge).
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