I was both very pleased and somewhat disturbed by the last thread on omniscience. I was pleased that the VAST majority of BB members believe in the omniscience of God. I was disturbed that there were two people who literally voted that they do NOT believe that God has always known all there is to ever know about everything. These people should not speak on theological matters in their church or anywhere. They are a great danger to people with no greater theological understanding than themselves. But our point of contention seems to not be whether or not God has always known all there is to ever know about everything. It seems rather to be about whether or not an all knowing God can make choices. Can there be a point at which God has not made up his mind and then suddenly, inexplicably, he makes up his mind? Isn't language about God choosing REALLY anthropomorphic because we can't comprehend matters beyond time, space and matter and because we have no words for such eternal matters? If God can be informed of something doesn't that of necessity mean that there was some knowledge he did not have which would most certainly mean God was not ALL KNOWING?