According to Discover, brought to my attention by a friend of mine:
“The meaning of time has become terribly problematic in contemporary physics,” says Simon Saunders, a philosopher of physics at the University of Oxford. “The situation is so uncomfortable that by far the best thing to do is declare oneself an agnostic.” (emphasis mine)
Here is my question to: “The possibility that time may not exist is known among physicists as the “problem of time.””
If time does not exist, what does that do with the rest of science’s theories based on time? Would they then become nonexistent as well?
Oh, to understand the mind and magnificence of the Almighty, Holy God, though a lifetime would not allow such mortals as us to comprehend.
Retirement (Book III, Hymn 45, page 583)
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee,
The calm retreat, the silent shade,
There if Thy Spirit touch the soul,
There like the nightingale she pours
Author and Guardian of my life,
What thanks I owe Thee, and what love,