CARM Theological Dictionary
A term used in describing a type of knowledge possessed by God. Often it is raised in discussions dealing with individualsâ€™ free will and Godâ€™s infinite knowledge. Godâ€™s natural knowledge would be His knowledge of all things of potential existence influenced by individuals though not necessarily in actual existence. God knows this set of knowledge from all eternity, before the creation of the universe. It is called natural because it is a natural attribute of Godâ€™s existence. See also Free Knowledge and Middle Knowledge.
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Entry for 'Natural Knowledge'. CARM Theological Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ctd/n/natural-knowledge.html. 2013.