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"It is really, I suggest, a timeless truth about God that human nature, and the human experience of weakness and sleep and ignorance, are somehow included in His whole divine life."
CS Lewis wrote many things from fiction to non-fiction, allegory to fairy-tale, but this section may well be a key to understanding both his own thinking, and the nature of the non-linear God.
This reading focuses on an often overlooked (by his own instruction) section of MERE CHRISTIANITY about God and Time: SECTION IV.3 “Time And Beyond Time” in MERE CHRISTIANITY – by CS Lewis
"Now, the first thing to notice is that the whole sting of it comes in the words 'at the same moment.' Most of us can imagine God attending to any number of applicants if only they came one by one and He had an endless time to do it in. So what is really at the back of this difficulty is the idea of God having to fit too many things into one moment of time."