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If god says something that is not true, but reality changes that makes it true the exact same time he said it, did he lie?
According to the Bible God can not lie. It's actually impossible for God to lie.
Logically it's true as well. If you are an omnipotent entity within your created domain you can create/destroy whatever you like. By definition you cant lie.
You're working on a false premise. The human mind cannot begin to understand God.
God is not a liar like us God doesn't have a human mind
my head hurt reading that. it felt like the sentence did a somersault
Answer the question.
It depends. Are we including the idea of multiverses or is there only a single universe/timeline? As in, when reality changed did it a create an alternate reality where that untrue thing is now true so there's now a reality where it's true and a reality where it's false?
No. There is just a single universe.
If I could make sense of it, I would
Then make sense of it.
It hurts. It hurts so bad.
"And God said: Be light made. And light was made."
but is it a particle or a wave?
Light does what light wants.
Mothafucka, if god ever lied to me or my niggas, and we found out he better wish his ass won't be in da hood coz we'd bust a cap in his ass. Fahreal. That's what's up
the Bible is only a story
I know it is.
Have you not ever heard of a hypothetical question? Or are you too busy posting fetish comments that you forgot?
no, he was right
Nope. Next question.
Pretty sure the answer would still be the same even if put in secular terms. If you say "this water is gone" directly before drinking it all, did you lie? No, it was a declaration.
But what if they made the declaration in sign language while actively swallowing the last of the water?
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