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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by convicted1, Jun 28, 2013.
Which view, Supralapsarian vs. Infralapsarian, do you, the Reformed fall into?
For the ones (like me) who don't know what either term means, could you briefly define them.
infralapsarianism = The view that in the order of God's decrees, God decreed to permit the fall of humanity into sin before decreeing to save some of humanity.
supralapsarianism = The view that the election and reprobation of individual persons occurs in the decrees of God as logically prior to the decrees from creation and the fall.
I forget what I am... if only there was something to remind me
Here is another brief summary.
I voted Infra
opps - I should have read the rest of the thread.
That chart has already been linked.
I voted Supralapsarian.
Though it sounds like a super white horse that is featured in a film as being saved during WWII.
Actually, it is the only one that truly fits the balance of Scripture.
Why didn't the pole include the other two "Am" views?
Would supra be deemed heretical by those in the infra camp? I am not baiting anyone, just learning how each camp thinks concerning election/predestination.
Heretical? Nah. Both sides beat each other up a bit, but generally we are in harmony.
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