Tag: foreknowledge

Your Regrets vs God’s Will

Man sitting on a train track looking depressed

Quite often, when people talk about things that they regret having happened at a certain time in their past, they will use phrases such as “I messed up” or “I did my best” or “I can’t believe I did that”. Using such phrases is… Continue Reading “Your Regrets vs God’s Will”


Hourglass on a stony ground

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places, even as he chose us before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and blameless before… Continue Reading “Predestination”

Does God Have Foreknowledge? (video)

Greetings, all! This week’s video in my Deep Thoughts About God series looks at the question of foreknowledge. Does God have knowledge of future events? If so, what does this tell us about God’s nature? These are some of the questions covered in the… Continue Reading “Does God Have Foreknowledge? (video)”

Does God Have Foreknowledge?

A picture of the universe with an Earth-like planet in the foreground

The problem with claiming God has ‘foreknowledge’ is that it implies all future events are already determined. This would only be the case in a kind of clockwork universe where cause leads to effect and nothing can change the wheels that have been set… Continue Reading “Does God Have Foreknowledge?”