foreordain


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Synonyms for foreordain

to determine the future of in advance

Synonyms for foreordain

foreordain by divine will or decree

foreordain or determine beforehand

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For some Calvinists, it is a belief that sovereignty entails the idea that God foreordains and controls everything that happens: "All events are governed by God's secret plan," (2) as Calvin wrote.
In turn, it foreordains an expanding Iranian- Arab regional conflict.