On Divine Foreknowledge Part IV of the Concordia
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Publication date: 4/29/2004
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Liberi Arbitrii cum Gratiae Donis, Divina Praescientia, Providentia, Praedestinatione et Reprobatione Concordia, part IV|
|Disputation 47 : on the source of contingency|
|Disputation 48 : whether all the things that exist, have existed, and will exist in time are present to God from eternity with their own proper existence|
|Disputation 49 : whether future contingents are known by God with certainty because they are present to him with their own existence, and whether the contingency of these things might thereby be reconciled with divine foreknowledge|
|Disputation 50 : whether it is through the ideas that God knows future contingents with certainty, and at the same time the views of Scotus and Durandus are examined|
|Disputation 51 : whether freedom of choice and the contingency of things are correctly reconciled with divine foreknowledge by the thesis that whatever is going to occur because of innate freedom of choice is such that God will bring it about that from eternity he knew none other than that thing|
|Disputation 52 : whether in God there is knowledge of future contingents : also, the way in which freedom of choice and the contingency of things accord with this knowledge|
|Disputation 53 : On predeterminations, and where the certitude of God's knowledge of future contingents comes from|