voluntas ordinata

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Noun[edit]

voluntas ordinata (uncountable)

  1. (Christian theology) the position (opinion) that while God has the power to do anything, once he choses to do some thing, he ends his ability to do otherwise. Contrast voluntas simplex.

References[edit]

  • A Manual Of Catholic Theology, Based On Scheeben's “Dogmatik”, Joseph Wilhelm, D.D., PHD. And Thomas B. Scannell, D.D.

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Noun[edit]

voluntas ordinata

  1. ordained will