Molinism, named after 16th-century Spanish Jesuit theologian Luis de Molina, is the thesis that God has middle knowledge.[1] It seeks to reconcile the apparent tension of divine providence and human free will.[2]:20 Prominent contemporary Molinists include William Lane Craig, Alfred Freddoso, Thomas Flint, Kenneth Keathley,[2] and Dave Armstrong.

Luis de Molina, the namesake of Molinism