God is Immutable

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Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative

God is immutable

God is unchanging in nature and character.

He is not whimsical or capricious nor change His mind and contradict Himself (1 Sam 15:29).

His word is true and eternal, and all that He has said will come to pass (Isa 46:9-11; Matt 24:34-35).

This is why the Bible is timeless. While cultures change and civilizations rise and fall, God's word does not change and can be fully trusted. Changing the meaning of God's word to fit the prevailing culture disregards the immutability of God.

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