Just something a little more lighthearted today. Have you ever wondered why people assume God has perfect grammar? I mean, He is a maximally perfect Being, so He must have perfect grammar. But does He not transcend human speech? Sometimes we seem to think that God speaks in “thees” and “thous”, as if Moses heard those words come from the mouth of God. He gave Adam and Eve a language from nothing, He confounded all languages at Babel, and He spiritually augmented language at Pentecost. Perhaps it’s a cultural thing that makes us assume God has perfect grammar?
What’s the point I’m trying to make? God will speak to us in whatever manner and method that we’ll listen to. Visions, dreams, and other non-verbal communication are in His repertoire. Couldn’t He use cultural dialects, slang, or even improper English grammar to draw people to Him?