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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Comes from the Latin phrase supra lapsum that means “prior to the Fall.” It refers to one of two approaches in Calvinist theology regarding the timing of the decrees of God regarding the double predestination. This view holds that God decreed the ultimate outcome of each individual prior to his decree to create the world and permit the Fall. See infralapsarianism for a contrasting view.

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