The doctrine of predestination articulates the dynamics of God’s grace and his ‘discriminating’ love in a pointed way. The Reformed theological tradition in particular offers a penetrating analysis of the questions concerning eternal salvation and damnation in relation to God’s infallible decree and to human response. This project investigates questions and tensions in the traditional Reformed understanding of election (e.g., the question of determinism and freedom, and of the Trinitarian character of election), searches for a connection with philosophical anthropology, and engages in empirical research in the practical experience of the doctrine of election.
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