If God is all-knowing, then God knows what will occur in the future as well as what is occurring now and what has occurred in the past. How would it be possible for God to know everything that will occur in the future?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 5:25 pm ad1c9bdddf
The question of time and god is an ancient one: St. Augustine wondered about this 1500 years ago. I think that his answer is a compelling one. Imagine that the universe was not created in time but with time. Thus, not only is the material universe god's creation, so is the unit used to measure its duration. They were created in the same moment.
<br><br>If you examine the fields of astrophysics and cosmology, you see that the two come together in the big bang theory: time did not exist before the big bang - it is not even possible to say "before" the big bang, since the word "before" implies time. The big bang and the concommitant creation of the ...
Recommendations for spiritual discernment (in Christian counseling) are integrated.
I need some suggestions or direction for a practical application portion of an assignment.
A client comes to you for counseling. She states she is a Christian, in her third year of undergraduate school. She states she is struggling to choose a major because, "I am afraid that it may not be God's will."
What steps will you take to help her navigate this impasse? Why?
How might your personal position influence how you address this client's concerns?
I am attaching a file that contains the instructions for the entire assignment so that it may clear up any questions you might have. I am also attaching an article that was read prior to completing the other two sections of the assignment.
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