Verb(1) foreordain by divine will or decree(2) foreordain or determine beforehand
(1) By contrast, other degrees, say in literature or history, do not foreordain either a particular job or a defined career path.(2) He questions how God is able to foreordain certain events based upon what he will do while not being able to foresee what the circumstances surrounding his action will be.(3) These orders all seem to go to saying we can, as it were, foreordain a regime that will minimise the risk.(4) He said, ‘Some Christians have told lies, others have stolen: did God foreordain their sins?’(5) Firstly, the Scriptures affirm that Christ's redemptive work on earth was the culmination of God's planning and foreordination - which in its inception predated the foundation of the world.(6) The purchaser of stock, of course, who must always bear in mind that stocks are never foreordained to go up or down.(7) It's about a battle over voting rights in the Reconstruction South that foreordained the election crisis of 1876, and everybody involved is dead.(8) But there are works which God foreordained that we should walk in them.(9) They served as religious and political propaganda, asserting that the deity had foreordained the current situation and would ultimately ensure a favorable outcome for his people.(10) We traditional Baptists believe in God's sovereignty, but we do not think that divine sovereignty entails that God foreordains everything.(11) The Biblical logic says that God's foreordination does not deprive man of freedom or responsibility.(12) The idea is that the word implies foreordination , which is unacceptable.(13) They were not coeternal with him, yet they were foreknown, foreseen, and foreordained by him.(14) We believe that God never foreordained evil, only good, so that sin, suffering, and damnation are products of human choices rather than of divine foreordination .(15) Certainly, it is not foreordained that China will become an enemy of the United States and the democratic states of Asia and the Pacific, or even a global power.(16) Furthermore, while these ideas and arguments are related to class position, and broadly limited by structural constraints generated by the political economy, they are not foreordained by them.
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