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Double-edged predestinarianism had been rejected in favor of a position that allowed freedom of the will, missions, and that kind of evangelicalism which often expressed itself in revivalism.
Nor were all Evangelical clergy Calvinists of the moderate, Newtonian kind: some like Toplady were hotter in their predestinarianism, others were convinced Arminians.
After the American Revolution, predestinarianism faded, to be replaced by religion as entertainment.
It was an assortment of habits of thought that at least had the potential to be absorbed and integrated into the new theological framework of post-Reformation predestinarianism.
Nevertheless, as Rempel shows, Marpeck has a distinct, non-Lutheran soteriology marked by an insistent attack on the predestinarianism of classical Protestantism.