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HISTORY of Christian Theology

The Augustinian doctrine that God bestows the grace of salvation on some individuals while assigning others to hell, independent of human choice or actions. This concept was shared by Aquinas, Luther, and John Calvin, with Calvin emphasizing and expanding it to include the concept of double predestination. Predestination should not be confused with the doctrines of providence and God’s sovereignty or with theories of determinism.

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