Definition of Unconditional election

1. Noun. (theology) A Christian doctrine, one of the five points of Calvinism, stating that Jesus Christ's substitutionary atonement on the cross is extended to those predestined to become a believer, at God's discretion and without condition. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Unconditional Election

unconcernedness
unconcerning
unconcernment
unconcerns
unconcession
unconcessions
unconcluded
unconclusive
unconcocted
unconcreted
uncondemned
uncondensable
uncondensed
uncondescending
unconditional
unconditional election (current term)
unconditional love
unconditional surrender
unconditionality
unconditionally
unconditionalness
unconditioned
unconditioned reflex
unconditioned response
unconditioned stimulus
unconducive
unconducted
unconference
unconferences
unconfessed

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