No, you can’t, can you? Does this not indicate that your conclusions must be wrong and illogical?
God does not experience the passage of time but humans do.
So the interface of the two will not be logical land "in order"
as humans would prefer. Thanks, good analysis.
So, god could communicate or "interface" in a logical manner with humans, but chooses not to. It sounds more and more like we are ants and god is a giant 7-year-old boy with a magnifying glass. Run!
And what is the point of praying, again? You are implying that god already knows everything that is going to happen, because for god, it has already happened. We are pawns, with the illusion that we can change our futures by our present actions. But it has already been set in stone, long before we were born. Sounds kinda Hindu.
God knew, even before my friend was born, that she would be run over by a bus and lose both her legs at the age of 45. He knew she would lose her job, her husband would leave her, she would have to go on welfare and move in with her elderly mother. He knew that most of their combined incomes would be spent on caring for her. God knew that she would have constant pain and be in and out of the hospital for nasty infections. She and her mother will be dealing with her medical bills for the rest of their days.
If only she had prayed to god to give her the flu that day, and not gone to work, so he could have retroactively not had the bus run her over. Or something. Damn, this god guy sounds like a dick.