I wonder if infinite past is precisely a way of conceptualizing God’s infinity: God has “been everywhere and seen everything”; He’s “lived forever and experienced it all”; while infinite future for God (again, united perfectly with past, present, and timelessness into a kind of single Moment) entails His contentment, peace, and reconciliation with His entire infinite life — and through it, infinite self — which He is willing to contemplate forevermore.

As a result, there is no gap in the world: infinite past belongs to God only for a reason.


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