Definition of Predestines

1. Verb. (third-person singular of predestine) ¹



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Definition of Predestines

1. predestine [v] - See also: predestine

Lexicographical Neighbors of Predestines

predestinarianism
predestinarians
predestinary
predestinate
predestinated
predestinates
predestinating
predestination
predestinationist
predestinations
predestinative
predestinator
predestinators
predestine
predestined
predestines (current term)
predestining
predestiny
predeterminaation
predeterminable
predeterminant
predeterminants
predeterminate
predetermination
predeterminations
predetermine
predetermined
predeterminedness
predeterminer
predeterminers

Literary usage of Predestines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of Heresies and Their Refutation: Or, The Triumph of the Church by Alfonso Maria de' Liguori (1857)
"God predestines no one to Hell. 8. Infallibility of General Councils. BEC. I OF FREE WILL. 1. I HAVE already stated in this work (1), that the errors of ..."

2. A Manual of the History of Dogmas by Bernard John Otten (1918)
"For he says that God predestines the reprobate in precisely the same way as the elect — similiter om- nino —; and the elect, according to him, ..."

3. Human Nature in the Bible by William Lyon Phelps (1922)
"No one has ever got any further with the doctrine of predestination than the coloured preacher who said, "God predestines man to be saved : the Devil ..."

4. History of the Christian Church: A.D. 64-1517 by James Craigie Robertson (1864)
"Predestination relates to such things only as are of God, and sin is not among these; we must not therefore say that He predestines to sin, but only that ..."

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