Friedrich Schleiermacher’s view of God’s Omniscience

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~Analogy of the knowledge close friends have of each other’s behaviour, to conclude that God could be omniscient while still allowing people to act freely.

~ His analogy then claims that God’s knowledge of our actions is rather like the knowledge very close friends have of each other’s future behaviour.

~If you tell your friend that you are going to travel from one place to another they will start giving you advice about the best


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