What is the noun for predestinate?

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  1. (theology) The doctrine that everything has been foreordained by a God or by fate.
  2. (Calvinism, specifically) The doctrine that certain people have been elected for salvation, and sometimes also that others are destined for reprobation.
  3. Destiny or fate.
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    1. “This strong sense of predestination is a characteristic element in Greene's work and explains much of its antinomian flavor.”
      “For centuries, theologians have puzzled and debated the topic of predestination.”
      “Defoe's story is an anguished inquiry into questions of predestination and election, freedom and theodicy.”
  1. One who predestinates, or foreordains.
  2. One who holds to the doctrine of predestination; a predestinarian.
  1. The belief (or doctrine) that one is powerless to change one's destiny.
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    1. “Nevertheless, as Rempel shows, Marpeck has a distinct, non-Lutheran soteriology marked by an insistent attack on the predestinarianism of classical Protestantism.”
  1. One who believes in predestination.
  1. (obsolete) Predestination.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “What happens to us, and what we make happen to us, are tangled like predestiny and free will.”
      “The only ways to overcome this curse of predestiny are clever writing and serious, believable realism.”
      “Don't bedazzle me with manifest theory or predestiny doubletalk.”
  1. plural of predestinarian
  2. Examples:
    1. “There were predestinarians who believed in transmigration but who felt that every sentient being must pass through every possible fate before release was possible.”
  1. plural of predestinator
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