I wish briefly to show that this was antecedently to have been expected.
It is antecedently true only if it can bring about these changes.
To be sure, his people had once regarded the possibility of a resurrection as, to say the least of it, antecedently improbable.
They deny that there is any thing in the nature of man, antecedently to his act of willing, that possesses a moral character.
We were created in the Son of Gods love, antecedently to our redemption by Him.
With inexorable logic, each conclusion is deduced from what has been antecedently admitted as indisputable.
But who could know, antecedently to experience, whether there was a reason or not?
But Jews and Gentiles were alike under moral obligation to its precepts, antecedently to the covenant made at Sinai.
The preliminary affirmation is not that miracles are impossible, but that they are antecedently incredible.
It is not conceivable that anything ever will; success of arbitration, antecedently improbable, is demonstrably impossible.
antecedent an·te·ce·dent (ān'tĭ-sēd'nt)