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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