This is the fourth section of the discussion of Middle Knowledge taken from Turretin’s Institutes. This section deals with Turretin’s six main objections to Middle Knowledge:
(1) Two categories of knowledge are enough, because all things are either merely possible or actually future,
(2) Untrue things cannot be foreseen as true,
(3) God’s exhaustive providence precludes the possibility that mans’ will is indeterminate,
(4) No uncertain knowledge belongs to God, therefore if God foresees men’s decision, they must be certain and consequently determinate not indeterminate,
(5) Middle Knowledge would remove God’s sovereignty over the creature, and
(6) Gods’ freedom to base his decisions solely on his own good pleasure would be undermined.