Who Chose Who First?

One of the more fascinating discoveries in modern science has been the discovery that TIME ITSELF is a physical property which is part of our creation. Among everything else, God created space/time. Isaiah described God as someone who "inhabits eternity." Dr. Chuck Missler likes to point out that "God isn't someone with lots of time on his hands. He's outside the dimensionality of time altogether!" If you were to envision all of human history written on a timeline, you'd have to put God outside the timeline overlooking the past, the present and the future from a single vantage point hovering above and over the entire timeline. This solves a very controversial paradox: Jesus made it very clear on more than one occasion that all who voluntarily come to Him, will be saved. This is a free-will, voluntary act of faith on our part. God saves us after and only after we choose him, and not before. But later in Paul's letter to the Ephesians, we're told that we were chosen in Christ before the foundation of the world. So who chose who first? The answer to that question depends upon which side of the time-domain your asking.

1 Hour 4 Minutes
June 18, 2010

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