A Problem with a Timeless God

Does God know that he COULD HAVE done differently than create this world? If yes, this implies changeability and/or temporality. If no, then all things are necessary and theological determinism results.

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3 thoughts on “A Problem with a Timeless God

      1. gregorystackpole

        If God is external, as a being, to truth as apprehended, then yes – but then he is a god, and not God, because any such god is bounded by the ambit of the framework that distinguishes him from the objects known (or the truth of the objects known), and so this god yields determining power to something outside of himself that frames the relationship.

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