Is it necessary that God is truth? Or does it happen to exist? Doesn’t He have the ability to make conscious decisions and those decisions must be truth and if so then God, who has no beginning or end, did He make it true or was it already true? Where did the truth come from since God is self derived? What makes things be true? Did God make it true or is it necessary that it be true? God, whose knowledge comes from Himself, then does He self imposing a condition upon Himself that must be truth or was it necessary to already be the truth and He follows that? While contemplating a middle knowledge or looking into Molinism the question comes up, is God grounded in the truth or is the truth grounded in God. Thinking about aseity here, does one depend on the other? Is there a necessary existence of truth for God to be perfect? I’m thinking God possesses everything, even truth. His knowledge of this truth must come from himself and He has the power to do so along with His volition (the ability to make conscious choices or decisions) within the scope of truth. He is perfect, and since we are not, in comparison we can make a choice which is not the truth or even not understand the truth. God must know everything about what our choices might be, but is it true that He knows what that choice will be before it happens? If it was His will, knowing all, to create truth and follow it, then it could be His will to say something will happen and it must be true, but He has a choice in this matter and I think He gives us a will that is free to make choices also and it is necessary for it to be true, but He carries the truth. Ok, my brain is tired now.