Knowledge or awareness of something before its existence or occurrence; prescience.(noun)
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Use "foreknowledge" in a sentence
"And since predestination is comprised under foreknowledge, the gloss in the beginning of the Psalter assigns only two species to prophecy, namely of _foreknowledge, _ and of"
"God's foreknowledge is not the perception of any ground of action out of Himself; still in it liberty is comprehended, and all absolute constraint debarred [Anselm in Steiger]."
"Thus Luther calls the foreknowledge of God a thunderbolt to dash the doctrine of free-will into atoms."