noun con·cur·sus \-ˈkərsəs\

Definition of concursus



Christian religion

  1. :  the influx of divine causation upon secondary causes; especially :  the doctrine that before the fall man was preserved from sin by the aid of God

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Origin and Etymology of concursus

Medieval Latin, from Latin, concourse — more at concourse

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to criticize severely

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