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foreknowledge in sacred texts is the belief that certain sacred
texts document an awareness of the natural world that was later
discovered by technology and science. This includes the belief that
the sacred text grants a higher awareness of the natural world,
like those views held by some Orthodox Jews about the Hebrew Bible
(Tanach), by some Muslims regarding the Qur'an, by certain
Christian fundamentalists regarding the Christian Bible, and by
certain adherents of Hindu revivalism regarding the Vedas.
Scriptural literalism (specifically Creationism and some forms of
Biblical archaeology) is a related ideology, but strictly the
reverse process of aligning scientific observation with scriptural
reading rather than aligning scriptural reading with scientific
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