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Predestination vs Free Will in regards to salvation and Gods grace: (Calvinism and Arminianism)
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
Predestination and Free Will- Calvinism and Arminianism Table of Contents Predestination vs. Free Will 3 Works Cited 6 Predestination vs. Free Will This paper weighs the arguments for predestination and free will with regard to the grace of God and salvation, considering the points raised by Calvinism in support of predestination and the points raised by Armininianism supporting free will…
ct as they are bound to act and play out their parts in the divine unfolding of the history of the universe. This predestined history of mankind, with the grace of God already etched in stone together with the fate and destiny of man with regard to who will be saved and who will not be saved, is something that has the power of a divine decree, that nothing can change. On the other hand, the basic objection of the Arminianism camp is that this basic principle is wrong, that in fact there is no such predestined fate and that there is no such decree in place in the universe. Instead, the Arminianism school essentially holds that the salvation of man and the grace of God is something that is made available to him, and which he has access to by the power of his own free will and his own actions to accept or reject that grace and that salvation. ...
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