In the parable of the tenants, the owner of the vineyard finally sends his son to collect the fruit that the tenants refused to give to his servants. The tenants had beaten and killed the servants. But the owner says, “They will respect my son” (Mark 12:6).
This sounds like God, who is represented by the owner, thinks his Son will not be killed but will be well received. This would contradict the truth that God sent the Son precisely to die (John 10:18; Isaiah 53:10).
So someone might try to argue that Mark 12:6 supports the view that God did not know what would happen to the Son of God when he came.
The usual way of defending the foreknowledge of God and the predestination of …