Another interesting thread brought up the topic regarding how bound by time God is.
On one hand some believe that God is outside the boundaries of time and sees all time and space laid out before Him.
The other side believes that God is bound by time, but possesses all knowledge that is available at that time (all-knowing).
I’m not sure if I can see an argument for the former and still believe in free will, but the latter also strains my senses of comprehension.
It made me think about this:
If God(s) are not bound by time; and assuming as man is, God once was; Does this not mean that all potential members of godhood are existing in two forms but at the same time? i.e. Their temporal body now, and their not-contrained-by-time form also now.