Let's not stir up old arguments.
Originally Posted by jokoko
Where you said "It has been found that within this reality and this dimension" is the key phrase. God is not confined to this dimension considering the fact that he created it along with time itself. It's kind of like if this dimension was a line on a sheet of paper then God would be above and beyond the line and even the paper.
Yes, that's a common argument for God. However, considering you're a Christian (?) or part of the major three monotheistic religions, you believe God is 'testing' us for who is worthy of heaven and who is worthy of hell. Why would God need to test us - or warn Adam and Eve of the tree, or basically even give us free will - if he exists at all times
? Assuming he is above time, he therefore exists at all times, and therefore our futures are predetermined.