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Such are the ideas which the dogma of gratuitous predestination gives of Divinity!
Again: Bolsee was brought to trial for "having other ideas than those of Calvin on predestination."
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
Why, don't you know, you little goose, that these are signs of your predestination?
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
I do not pretend to determine the controverted point of predestination, the foreknowledge and decrees of Providence.
His opinion of the professors of physic was rather singular, and seemed to border upon predestination.
Closely connected with these were predestination and grace, and then "fixed fate, free-will, foreknowledge absolute."
Both grace and predestination tended to undermine the system of penance then universally accepted.
By charms they cured every kind of disease, provided predestination had not determined that the sick man's days were at an end.
A chilling thought as to whether predestination did not govern the world, allayed all tumult in his mind.
Sinners without penitence, just men without charity, a God without power over the wills of men, a predestination without mystery.

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