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Divine foreknowledge. Concerns Nelson Pike and Boethius
concerns nelson pike and boethius -
Nelson Pike wrote the article Divine Omniscience and Voluntary Action as an
elaboration of Boethius' Divine Foreknowledge and Freedom of the Will. Pike thought that
Boethius had a valid, logical argument that was just not thought out fully. Boethius stated that
perhaps there is a lack of free will if God already knows what is and will happen. However, in
order for this argument to be valid, some assumptions need to be made.
The first assumption is that God exists. Second is the view of God as omniscient. God
knows everything that has ever occurred…
- Catholic Scripture: Divine Revelation and Literary Forms
- Divine foreknowledge. Concerns Nelson Pike and Boethius
- Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
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