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Mari Isoaho (ed.) Past and Present in Medieval Chronicles Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences 17. Helsinki: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. 82-91. The article deals with predictions of the future in the Old Rus' chronicles. From the point of view of the chroniclers, Christian saints and other godly persons had the divine gift of knowing future events. By contrast, predictions by their enemies were always wrong because God resisted their prophecies. Only anfatcat:7z4a5xykrnep7l3luaweql3b2q