Some articles on divine foreknowledge, foreknowledge:
... A rejection of theological determinism (or divine foreknowledge) is classified as theological incompatibilism also (see figure, bottom), and is relevant to a more general discussion of free ... for theological fatalism in the case of weak theological determinism is as follows Assume divine foreknowledge or omniscience Infallible foreknowledge implies destiny (it is known for ... value of future contingents, as proposed for example by Aristotle (although this denies foreknowledge and therefore theological determinism) ...
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