Synergism

Synergism, the theological doctrine that divine grace requires a correspondent action of the human will to render it effective, a doctrine defended by Melanchthon when he ascribes to the will the “power of seeking grace,” the term “synergy” meaning co-operation.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Syndicate * Synesius, Bishop Ptolemais
Sylvester, St.
Symbolism
Syme, James
Symonds, John Addington
Symphlagades
Symphony
Synagogue
Synagogue, the Great
Syncretism
Syndicate
Synergism
Synesius, Bishop Ptolemais
Synod
Synoptic Gospels
Syra
Syracuse
Syria
Syrianus
Syrinx
Syrtis, Major and Minor
Syrus, Publius