Max,I have a question regarding God being all-knowing in light of the impossibility of an actual infinite set.I assume the following premises:· God knows all true propositions of past, present and future.· God does not learn anything but has always known everything. If He was to learn something that would imply there was something He did not know, which would mean He is not all-knowing.· It is impossible to contain or hold an infinite set because such an action would imply that it is finite instead of infinite.Are these three premises valid? If they are, does it follow that the number of events in the future are finite? If so, how does that cohere with the belief that we will be in relation with God for all eternity?
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