The foreknowledge of God


Knowledge of all things is properly attributed to God (2 Cor. 12:2-3; cf. Acts 2:23; Rom. 8:29; 11:2; 1 Peter 1:2). The idea of foreknowledge can be used in two ways: as an expression of knowledge of all things, even prior to their happening in time, and as an act of choice or ordaining. The former is the subject for consideration here; the latter is treated briefly in the article on election.

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ByJustus Musinguzi

Promoting the annual reading and study of the whole Bible, and teaching the treasures of God's truth that honors God, is saturated with grace, exalts Christ, and is driven by the gospel.