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Triple Predestination

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Bon Voyage:
Anyone heard this before?

Wycliffes_Shillelagh:
I heard it mentioned in an unflattering way, but I have no idea what it actually means.  Care to enlighten us?

transparent.tulip:
never heard of it before you posted your question. i did a search and found nothing. does anyone know what the belief of triple predestination is?

marcus:
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never heard of it before you posted your question. i did a search and found nothing. does anyone know what the belief of triple predestination is?

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 Check up Greek Gnosticism, you will most likely find it's roots in there somewhere!   Marcus

Wycliffes_Shillelagh:

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never heard of it before you posted your question. i did a search and found nothing. does anyone know what the belief of triple predestination is?

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 Check up Greek Gnosticism, you will most likely find it's roots in there somewhere!   Marcus
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I know more than the average bear about gnosticism, and the only thing I recall of election came from the Sethites.  But it had naught to do with this.

After checking up a few places, I came up with the answer that triple predestination is a descriptor that:
1) some are destined to be saved
2) some are conditionally destined to be saved, and
3) some are destined to be damned

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