Today, 10:03 AM
Many people read the Bible and think the word "foreknowledge" means something like this: God looking down the corridors of time and seeing something in advance. This is not the way the Biblical writers used the term. Look at how they used it:
The object of "knowledge" or "knowing" is always set on individuals, not actions or events.
You see, foreknowledge is not seeing events in the future, it is a term of relationship. It is a term that denotes that God has entered into a special relationship with an individual.