If He wants to have meaningful relationship with us, it will require dialogue.
Why do children ask lots and lots of questions? Aren’t they capable of understanding the answer the first 15 times their parents respond? Why do people make statements about their views instead of asking each other questions? Shouldn’t we be quick to listen to others’ ideas instead of simply asserting our own?
Why does God ask questions?
Isn’t he supposed to be all-knowing?
The ability to ask questions is part of what makes us human.
When you're asking a question with an expected answer, and that answer is the opposite of what you hope it will be, there's no constructive dialogue. It simply comes off as a judgmental attack.
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