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Infralapsarian In`fra*lap*sa"ri*an, a. (Theol.) Of or pertaining to the Infralapsarians, or to their doctrine.
Infralapsarianism In`fra*lap*sa"ri*an*ism, n. (Theor.) The doctrine, belief, or principles of the Infralapsarians.
Sublapsarian Sub`lap*sa"ri*an, n. & a. [Pref. sub + lapse: cf. F. sublapsarien, sublapsarie.] (Eccl. Hist.) Same as Infralapsarian.
Sublapsarianism Sub`lap*sa"ri*an*ism, n. Infralapsarianism.
Supralapsarian Su`pra*lap*sa"ri*an, a. Of or pertaining to the Supralapsarians, or their doctrine.
Supralapsarianism Su`pra*lap*sa"ri*an*ism, n. The doctrine, belief, or principles of the Supralapsarians.

Meaning of lapsarian from wikipedia

- the lapsarian views because they perceive any particular ordering of the decrees as unnecessary and presumptive speculation. critics of lapsarianism often
- analysis, satan 'becomes the sole power-exponent in this sublunar, post-lapsarian but pre-eschatological universe, and thus stands as the prototype of human
- predestination, which is supra-lapsarian, double and unconditional, the more usual opinion among the reformed was sub- or infra-lapsarian which viewed god's predestination
- rueful acknowledgment of influence, the sail-boat nosing along a pre-lapsarian thames. all these - taken out, dusted down and re-examined - contribute
- would speak. this was ****umed to be the edenic tongue, or at least the lapsarian tongue. others attempted to find a common linguistic ancestor to all tongues;
- 'original sin' and has varying other interpretations of the eden narrative. lapsarianism, the logical order of god's decrees in relation to the fall, is the distinction
- suggests that the secondary law of nature permits divorce in the post-lapsarian world. this tract is the largest and most ponderous of milton's arguments
- infralapsarian view, but is sensitive to those holding to supralapsarianism. the lapsarian controversy has a few vocal proponents on each side today, but overall