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In Christian theology, conditional election is the belief that God chooses for eternal salvation those whom he foresees will have faith in Christ. This belief emphasizes the importance of a person's free will. The counter-view is known as unconditional election, and is the belief that God chooses whomever he will, based solely on his purposes and apart from an individual's free will. It has long been an issue in Calvinist–Arminian debate.

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  • In Christian theology, conditional election is the belief that God chooses for eternal salvation those whom he foresees will have faith in Christ. This belief emphasizes the importance of a person's free will. The counter-view is known as unconditional election, and is the belief that God chooses whomever he will, based solely on his purposes and apart from an individual's free will. It has long been an issue in Calvinist–Arminian debate.
  • Na teologia cristã, eleição condicional é a crença de que Deus escolhe, para salvação eterna, aqueles que Ele previu que possuiriam fé em Cristo. Essa crença enfatiza a importância do livre-arbítrio (ou melhor:arbítrio-liberto) humano. O oposto disso é conhecido como eleição incondicional, e é a crença de que Deus escolheu aqueles que Ele quis que fossem salvos, baseado somente em seu propósito e à parte do livre-arbítrio individual.
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  • In Christian theology, conditional election is the belief that God chooses for eternal salvation those whom he foresees will have faith in Christ. This belief emphasizes the importance of a person's free will. The counter-view is known as unconditional election, and is the belief that God chooses whomever he will, based solely on his purposes and apart from an individual's free will. It has long been an issue in Calvinist–Arminian debate.
  • Na teologia cristã, eleição condicional é a crença de que Deus escolhe, para salvação eterna, aqueles que Ele previu que possuiriam fé em Cristo. Essa crença enfatiza a importância do livre-arbítrio (ou melhor:arbítrio-liberto) humano. O oposto disso é conhecido como eleição incondicional, e é a crença de que Deus escolheu aqueles que Ele quis que fossem salvos, baseado somente em seu propósito e à parte do livre-arbítrio individual.
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