Romans 8:29 States "For whom He did Foreknow..." Their are some who say this is a mis-understood term. Even saying I don't understand foreknowledge. Well here is the Greek word used there: Proginosko: And here are it's meanings: to have knowledge before hand to foreknow of those whom God elected to salvation to predestinate To have knowledge before hand it says, Romans 8:29 states whom He had knowledge of beforehand, so before hand must be the sticking point. Whom did God know before hand and what did He know of them before hand? It says those He had knowledge of He predestinated, not that He chose them to Predestinate them but that He had knowledge of them, knowledge about them, or just knowledge. This is the sticking point in this term. It says that those He knew beforehand these He also called, this is the Greek word: Kaleo: to call to call aloud, utter in a loud voice to invite to call i.e. to name, by name to give a name to to receive the name of, receive as a name to give some name to one, call his name to be called i.e. to bear a name or title (among men) to salute one by name God calls us by name that is individually not corporately as some would have it, God knew you and I beforehand and called us by name and Predesnated, Proorizo: to predetermine, decide beforehand in the NT of God decreeing from eternity to foreordain, appoint beforehand For those God knew beforehand he Predetermined or appointed before hand, isn't that what Calvanist say, but this says He appointed them beforehand based on His knowing them, then he called them by name. The sticking point in all of this is that many of believe God's Omniciece is not Limited nor is His Atonement limited, that is where we seperate from the Calvanist. To say God couldn't look from eternity past into the future and see each individual is limiting his Omnicience, limiting His all knowing ability. So how do you folks see Foreknowledge if we interpret it incorrectly then show us how you interpret it. Don't just say we are wrong show us your interpretation of how you see us wrong.