Francis Turretin on God’s absolute right in election and reprobation

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... In reprobation, the absolute right is beheld in this – that although all men are equal, yet he passes by this one instead of another, acting from his good pleasure (eudokia) alone; not as Judge, but as an autocrat (autokrator) and Lord who has the power to make a vessel unto honour and unto dishonour (Rom. 9:21; Mt. 11:26). But the ordinate is found in this – that he reprobates and condemns no one except on account of sin (Rom. 1:32). ...

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