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Oliver Cromwell never believed more radically in the foreordination of all human actions than did he.
Parson Reid, he's a worthy creatur', but he never seems to have nothin' to say about foreordination and them p'ints.
With God, knowledge is necessarily foreknowledge; and foreknowledge and foreordination must be one, in an infinite Being.
UNITY OF GOODMARY BAKER EDDY
What other man has come to earth with such appointment, clothed with the authority of such foreordination?
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE
The unity and continuity of His mission in all ages—this of necessity involving the verity of His preexistence and foreordination.
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE
Foreordination and election have nothing to do with man other than as pertains to quality and fitness.
This seems to savor of the doctrine of educational foreordination, and would make millwork and life synonymous.
THE VITALIZED SCHOOLFRANCIS B. PEARSON
At this time Truedale believed he firmly accepted the principle of foreordination, or whatever one chose to call it.
THE MAN THOU GAVESTHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
The Power of God is held as supporting universal foreordination.
The same doctrine is held by the younger Hodgethat foreknowledge involves foreordination.

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