Regarding Time… IMO, the evidence in the Bible for an A-series view of time is overwhelming. What scripture would be evidence for the B-series? In this link, William Lane Craig subscribes to an A-series understanding of time with the start of creation. He believes that 'before' creation that only the B-series of time existed. WLC described time as "a relation among events". Reading John 17 we observe Jesus describing what he and the Father had experienced before the world was, which was glory and love. John 17 5 ...with the glory which I had with You before the world was 24 ...for You loved Me before the foundation of the world. I subscribe to the A-series of time before and after the act of creation. I don't think time is a created thing but is a result of a relation among events, before and after creation. While this is easier to understand in the created universe, to consider such before the creation is more difficult since we do not have near as much information. However, it seems perfectly reasonable to me that since there is a relation between the Trinity, this is all that is needed to give support to the A-series of time prior to creation. From a scriptural perspective, prior to creation, there was, at least, the triune God in a relationship of love one to another. My thought is that relationship unavoidable entails sequence, which seems to me to be the basis for A-series time and also a good reason to reject the B-series. As I said above, IMO, the evidence in the Bible for an A-series view of time is overwhelming. What scripture (in proper context of course) would be evidence for the B-series?