A Question of Time
I've been busy on other projects, one to be unveiled soon, so I haven't had much time to blog. I do have a question for you, though.
What does the word omnitemporal mean? How does it differ from eternal? How does it differ from atemporal?
And who made up that word, anyway? It's not in my spell check, so is it a real word?
Here's one explanation for omnitemporal that's been given: It means "in all times at the same time". I thought time was a succession of moments. How can something be in all of a succession at one point in the succession? Isn't that contradictory?
And yes, that's more than one question. If all times can be at one time, then several questions can be one question. Right?
Update: Brandon explains some views of God's knowledge in a comment, and helps me identify where the so-called omnitemporal view fits. I found Brandon's explanation fascinating. Perhaps you will, too.
Labels: theology proper