Theological determinism


Theological determinism

Theological determinism is the religious view that all events in the world were pre-ordained by God. The most prominent theologian espousing this view was John Calvin.

ee also

*Determinism
*Calvinism
*Jansenism
*Predestination
*Free will
*Theological fatalism

External links

* [http://web.archive.org/web/20070708171428/http://www.faithnet.org.uk/Theology/theologicaldeterminism.htm Theological Determinism]


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