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Molinism

noun Mo·li·nism \ˈmōləˌnizəm, ˈmäl-\

Definition of Molinism

plural

-s

  1. :  a doctrine that it is man's free cooperation which makes it possible for him to perform a good act with God's helping grace — compare congruism, thomism

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Origin and Etymology of molinism

Spanish molinismo, from Luis Molina †1600 Spanish Jesuit and theologian + Spanish -ismo -ism


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Molinism

noun Mo·li·nism \"\

Definition of Molinism

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of molinism

Spanish molinismo, from Miguel de Molinos †ab 1697 Spanish priest and mystic + Spanish -ismo -ism


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