foreknowledge

[ fawr-nol-ij, fohr-, fawr-nol-ij, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreknowledge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOREKNOWLEDGE

It could not have been that his 'foreknowledge' was supernatural.

All this is done without our ordaining, thinking, or foreknowledge.

The god, at any rate, has foreknowledge, and premonishes those whom he will of what is about to be.

But though knowledge is good for man, foreknowledge is not so good.

"Our foreknowledge implies only human faculties," was the reply.

Can it be said that the father's foreknowledge is a cause of the son's sinful life?

God's foreknowledge not a determining cause of action, 18, 28.

On Chiara's pale face and in his eyes was the shadow of his own foreknowledge.

If you have foreknowledge, you have no right to keep silent.

Did not I tell you that I possess the gift of foreknowledge?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOREKNOWLEDGE

precognition

nounclairvoyance
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