1. severe disapproval
  2. rejection by God; the state of being condemned to eternal misery in Hell
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How To Use reprobation In A Sentence

  • Which that I may do to your edification, I shall First shew you what this word reprobation signifieth in the general, as it concerneth persons temporary and visibly reprobate: Second, more particularly, as it concerneth persons that are eternally and invisibly reprobate. Works of John Bunyan — Volume 02
  • Such laws are interferences of the State to prohibit a mischievous act — an act injurious to others, which ought to be a subject of reprobation, and social stigma, even when it is not deemed expedient to superadd legal punishment. On Liberty
  • The Resident addressed some very strong and just words to this man in reprobation of his conduct, which were translated for the benefit of the crowd. The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither
  • In another significant adaptation, Baptists modified and softened the language concerning reprobation utilized in the Westminster Confession.
  • As far as we are capable of comprehending their scheme of reprobation it consists of two acts, that of preterition and that of predamnatian. The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 1
  • reprobation", so that the term predestination is reserved for the The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • But this election of some to be servants the Scripture calls reprobation, and speaks of it as the issue of hatred, or a purpose of rejection, Rom. ix. The Death of Death in the Death of Christ
  • The law stresses the moral reprobation of simulation and the giving in to emotions.
  • The word reprobation may be sometimes used ambiguously, but it was not so used by me: and, if it had been, blame for that thing ought not to be laid on me, who have used that word in the sense and according to the use of those, whose views I presented, but especially according to the sense in which it has been used by yourself, with whom I have begun this discussion. The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 3
  • Some notice, on the other hand, must be devoted to providence and to the particular aspects of providence which we call predestination and reprobation; and with a brief treatment of these which are elsewhere fully treated this article will be concluded. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
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