For religious practice
For our conception of truth and time.
Therefore, there is no free will.
No salvation through works.
in vain is reward offered to the good and punishment to the bad, because they have not been deserved by any free and willed movement of the mind. That which is now judged the most equitable, the punishment of the wicked and the reward of the good, will be seen to be the most unjust of all...Nothing more wicked can be conceived than this.
Sure foreknowledge requires that events cannot be changed.
Mere knowledge does not.
It necessitates, but only conditionally.
Solution: there's no problem with your action being logically necessary simultaneous with your acting. The problem is necessity prior to the action.
But God's knowledge isn't prior to anything. It's eternal, not perpetual.
Worry: obscurum per obscurius
Problem: Divine Omniscience
Problem: No Real Change. Am I a slice? Am I a worm? Unity of consciousness.
[God's foreknowledge] does not not change, as you think, with alternate knowledge of now this and now that, but with one glance anticipates and embraces your changes... God receives this present mode of knowledge and vision of all things not from the issue of future things, but from His own immediacy
Charitably: change requires first being one thing, and then being another. Since God knowledge doesn't involve being in time, there's no change for God.