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De Moor VI:4: A Definition for "Divine Decrees"


Read the Definition of Decrees in our AUTHOR.[1]

[1] Marckius’ Compendium theologiæ Christianæ didactico-elencticum, Chapter VI, § 4: “The are defined: “The Eternal, Most Free, Most Wise, Absolute, and Immutable Determinations of God, concerning Each and All matters that are going to be in time, either to be Effected or Permitted, and both to be Directed to God’s glory and the salvation of the elect.”

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
Feb 19, 2022

Westminster Larger Catechism 12: What are the decrees of God?


Answer: God's decrees are the wise, free, and holy acts of the counsel of his will,1 whereby, from all eternity, he hath, for his own glory, unchangeably foreordained whatsoever comes to pass in time, especially concerning angels and men.

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
Feb 19, 2022

Study the Doctrine of the Divine Decree with De Moor! https://www.fromreformationtoreformation.com/blog/categories/de-moor-on-the-decree

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