Consistent Calvinists DENY God's Foreknowledge & Predestination
While Calvinists claim they believe in Predestination and God's Foreknowledge, the truth is they do not. In fact, they dismiss this as having any literal meaning and claim it is a meaningless anthropomorphism wherein God condescends to the Biblical authors as they were less intelligent than the Platonists who later understood these things. In this brief video, Anthony Rogers and Edward Dalcour both affirm that God lacks literal foreknowledge and has never literally predestined anything. This of course seemingly breaks the Calvinist's "Golden Chain of Redemption." Why would they make such an assertion and hold to contradictory tenets? Because of their commitment to God being atemporal. What does it mean to be atemporal, you ask? It means to be timeless... not merely eternal and without beginning or end, but lacking activity, sequence, absent any temporal location, duration or extension... static, frozen and immobile... completely unrelated to temporal events and the created realm. This concept arises not from Scripture, but Platonist philosophy. Rather, Scripture speaks of God in terms of endless time, or ages of ages, and affirms His sequential operations as it directly connects such things with Him being the Living God.