900.11b Conceptualization (pps.118-119)
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perception, man has accepted the idea that human perception of time funct.ions simultaneously on several different levels.
For instance, when we gaze at the stars, what we see is that which existed X light years ago. What we see may no longer exist when we see it. What we do not see may indeed now exist. Man views the heavens in a state of non-real-time consciousness.
Thus, even mortals have practical experience with concepts of real-time and non-real-time observation. This is not meant to imply that the Deity’s knowledge levels are the same as man’s. In fact we presume both a qualitative and a quantitative difference. The illustration of man’s perception of the stars is merely to give one possible example of non-real-time knowledge experienced on a mortal level on a daily basis.
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