Definition of foreordination in English:

foreordination

noun

  • See foreordain

    • ‘The Biblical logic says that God's foreordination does not deprive man of freedom or responsibility.’
    • ‘Foreknowledge is not foreordination, predestination, or even predetermination (though these can be a result of foreknowledge).’
    • ‘We believe that God never foreordained evil, only good, so that sin, suffering, and damnation are products of human choices rather than of divine foreordination.’
    • ‘The idea is that the word implies foreordination, which is unacceptable.’
    • ‘Firstly, the Scriptures affirm that Christ's redemptive work on earth was the culmination of God's planning and foreordination - which in its inception predated the foundation of the world.’

Pronunciation

foreordination

/ˌfɔːrɔːdɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/