mandym, I am not trying to steal attention away from your poll/thread, but I have noticed that the fact that Jesus was born as a human baby was brought up in the thread, with the conclusion being that God can learn. I want to address this issue separately. Jesus absolutely, positively had to learn. He was a baby for crying out loud. He had to learn how to eat, walk, and talk. He had to learn how to read and perform carpentry with His human father. At birth His humanity was just as vulnerable and unlearned as our humanity. His deity was veiled of its full glory (Philippians 2). Nevertheless He was still God. Upon His resurrection He became fully glorified and assumed the glory He had with the Father before the world was made (John 17:5). When Jesus returns every eye will see Him (Revelation 1:7); proof of His omniscience. Once Jesus was glorified the full use of His godly attributes were restored. Even though Jesus still has a body, albeit a glorified one, He has the full glory of God. There is nothing for Him to learn as He is God. His learning on earth was a temporary blip on eternity's radar screen that was limited to a short time as a human being who had temporarily veiled His full glory for our sake. Prior to His incarnation Jesus enjoyed the same unbridled glory that He now possesses. Had the incarnation not taken place this discussion would be moot. So, allow me to refine the question. Does God the Father learn? Does He need to learn? Is He capable of learning? Does God the Holy Spirit learn? Does He need to learn? Is He capable of learning? Does the now glorified God the Son learn? Does He need to learn? Is He capable of learning? These are simple and straight forward questions. The kenosis (self-emptying) of Christ (Philippians 2) is now over. All three members of the godhead enjoy perfect fellowship with each other. I posit that if God needs to learn then He is not omniscient, ergo He is not God. What say you?