What if scripture is about possibilities and not about facts? What if scripture only fixes itself into one definite position on being observed and that the position of the observer affects the position of scripture? It would be a modern allegorical method. It would explain why Jesus applies the prophecies of the Isaiahs to himself whilst being aware that they were originally written to address contemporary events. It would explain how Christ can be both 100% human and 100% divine at the same time without being two or a mixture of two (maybe he was quantum entanglement writ large). It would explain the kingdom of God now existing at the same time as the kingdom of God in the future. It would turn accusations that humans created God into an acceptance of the reality of God. God is fixed in reality when we observe God. This would give credence to universalism being both reality and non-syncretic at the same time.
Heck, what if everything was about possibilities becoming fixed on being observed? What if we are a possibility observed and fixed in one place by God the Great Measurer. Scientists have no idea why there is uncertainty at the quantum level whilst there is apparent certainty at the classical level of existence. Perhaps creation and observance are the same thing. That would certainly back up the creation out of chaos idea.
If God is fixed in reality by our observation of God at the same time that we are fixed in reality by being observed by God, then the question "Then where did God come from?" becomes redundant and would not have to be answered by claiming an infinite existence for either God or the universe (multiverse).
Why if in theory time can travel forwards or backwards does it appear to always travel forwards? Answer: Because God is a clockwatcher.
Please send me my Nobel Prize money now via PayPal. I can wait for the medal to arrive through the post.
Oh, and another thing. If this is true then we can alter our theology and practice to fit in with the modern world without any qualms (in fact it becomes our duty to do so). This is because it allows for the position of God to remain constant whilst the position of the observer (us) changes. What we observe (our view) can alter without what we view intrinsically altering.
Belief becomes observation. Those who observe God are saved by God because they fix their salvation through observation. Those who observe something different fix their own futures without my God having any culpability in their decision. Richard Dawkins has killed God but only the God he chooses not to observe. He cannot kill the possibility of God. Therefore, God is not dead. God is eternal potential, just waiting for people to notice God.