What, you’re saying there was no ‘beginning’ when God created heaven and earth?
Exactly.. Linear Time itself may be only a perception.. i.e. of humans..
I know this goes against rational thinking “in the box”...
but “in the box” you may only see “cardboard”.. i.e. cardboard box..
Humans thinking about time can be described in the metaphor of a Chimpanzee considering a Platinum diamond encrusted Rolex watch.. The creature has no idea of whats involved in producing that “interesting bauble”...
With Chimps whats important is WHO GETS TO hold the artifact.. disagreements can happen.. and fights over possession of the “shiny thing”... What “IT” actually “IS”.. becomes much less important.. than pecking order..
You know... “alpha ape” credentials.. LOL.. like an “APE” has the slightest concept of what that watch actually is..
Apes considering “GOD” is also a “reach”.. not far from humans attempts at it.. like a painting trying to psycho analyze the painter..
I admit humans have a distinct problem with INFINITY..
or anything “eternal”... The real question is “IS” eternity possible.. cause if it is.. it is possible in both “perceived” directions.. (past and future)..
More like plants and rocks --they stay still.
Anything moving has to give up linear time and put up with shrinking (non-linear) time. If you got a space ship that sped up by 22 mph every second then it would feel just like earth's gravity was pushing you back. Riding that sucker for about 25 years would make your speed be so high that your time would slow to the point that you'd watch the earth die of old age at 5 billion earth years later. In fact, if your space ship could speed up at a faster rate then you could ride around while the entire universe fades away for all eternity.
...humans have a distinct problem with INFINITY.. or anything eternal...
Naw, eternity just isn't all that it's cranked up to be.