Does the Bible teach that God's forekwledge is exhaustive and infallible? Does Scripture affirm that God forekws the free decisions of human beings? Current debates over the extent of God's forekwledge, argues Steven C. Roy, have t given sufficient consideration to the complete biblical revelation. Seeking to correct this imbalance, Roy provides in-depth studies of dozens of key passages in both the Old and the New Testaments. Cognizant of the current debates between classical tions of divine forekwledge and more recent openness views, Roy interacts incisively with their respective theological positions and draws out implications of biblical teaching for the practical matters of Christian worship, prayer, guidance, suffering and evil, and ultimate hope in the triumph of God.