foreknowledge

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Knowing beforehand, prescience, foresight, precognition
prescience
{n} knowledge of future events
If you have foreknowledge of an event or situation, you have some knowledge of it before it actually happens. She has maintained that the General had foreknowledge of the plot. knowledge that something is going to happen before it actually does
{i} advance knowledge, knowing beforehand
proginosko - "to know before" (pro, "before," ginosko, "to know") "to know beforehand; knowledge based on prior experience" and is the same word from which comes "prognosis" Because God has exhaustive knowledge of the past and present, He is able to predict, to "prognosticate", to know before, to a large extent what will happen and what people, particularly large groups of people, will do in any given set of circumstances HOWEVER, since the future does not yet exist, God cannot know with ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY the free moral choices of moral agents Contra the traditional view that "scripture uses the term "foreknow" for God's prescience or foresight concerning future events Foreknowledge is thus an aspect of God's omniscience
TO KNOW OR SENSE BEFOREHAND
Knowledge of the future, either by means of encounter with the facts of the future without any necessary causative relationship between the knowing and the facts, or by determining and thus controlling the facts of the future
Knowledge of a thing before it happens, or of whatever is to happen; prescience
knowledge of an event before it occurs
prenotion
foreknow
To have knowledge of beforehand, to precognise

God hath not cast away his people which he foreknew.

foreknow
{f} know in advance
foreknow
To have foreknowledge of to precognise
foreknow
To have previous knowledge of; to know beforehand
foreknow
realize beforehand
foreknowledge
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