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a term used in  Acts 3:21, in the combination Apocatastasis Panton ( Ἀποκατάστασις Πάντων ) , i.e. the restoration of all things. Origen, and, after him, many theologians and sects of ancient and modern times, put upon this passage the construction that at one time, evil itself, sin, condemnation, and Satan, would be reconciled through Christ with God. (See Restitution); (See Restorationists).