congruism

noun con·gru·ism \ˈkän(ˌ)grüˌizəm, ˈkäŋ(-; ˈkäŋgrəˌwi-\

Definition of congruism

plural

-s

  1. :  a theory advanced by the Molinists according to which divine grace is efficacious because it is given by God in circumstances which he foreknows to be congruous and favorable to its operation

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Origin and Etymology of congruism

French congruisme, from congru suitable (from Latin congruus) + -isme -ism


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