Is God Immutable?
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▼ Show Notes

This is our second episode in the Relentless Truth series on the attributes of God. This week’s topic is immutability. This is an important attribute of God, but it is difficult for humans to understand because of our being finite.

Does God Change?

Does God change? Some modern theologians suggest that immutability indicates some imperfection in God. Their thinking is that the ability to change is better than being unable to change. A God who responds relatively is sometimes thought of as more perfect than one who is absolute. The notion that God is composed of both absolute and relative reality is common even among evangelicals of the reformed faith in recent times.

God is Perpetually the Same

God’s immutability, or unchanging nature, is one of His divine attributes which should be continually meditated upon. It is one of His perfections that distinguishes Him from all His creation. God is perpetually the same – there is no change in His being, attributes, or plans. God has no beginning or end. He can know no change. All other of His creatures are subject to change. God is not.

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“God’s immutability, or unchanging nature, is one of His divine attributes which should be continually meditated upon.”

John Warren