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‘Let It Be’

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Predestination, Salvation, and Divine/Human Agency

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In critical conversation with the thought of Protestant, Orthodox, and Catholic scholars, this article proposes a provisional rethinking of the doctrines of predestination and providence, as well as the relation of divine to human agency, in ways that deviate from the classic Western, Augustinian categories and trajectories, emphasizing instead Mary’s faithful response to the divine initiative as paradigm for thinking how it is that God (inter)acts with creatures in their freedom.

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