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In this article, the God's relationship to time is viewed from the perspective of modern physics. The purpose is to examine new perspectives by introducing a theory of time that has been unexplored in contemporary theology. The paper begins with an analysis of the two competing views of God's relationship to time: timelessness and temporality. They are reviewed from the perspective of the special theory of relativity. In contemporary theology, God's timelessness is usually combined with thedoi:10.14428/thl.v5i1.55183 doaj:4a480c3e6a274479a4f6b107cb9d4f60 fatcat:kqy3772uhnb7rcwgrw4f7o3b44