On the question of how God can always exist because that would involve traversing infinite time, Jack answers:
…there’s also an infinite amount of time increments from 1:52 to 1:53, but we get from one minute to the next just fine. That argument of never being able to reach the moment of creation doesn’t make sense because it’s still the common improper meshing of measurement systems with sequential existence. At least that’s how I see it???
I hope that makes more sense than Slick here: “Since the future is an existence relative to creation, but not to God, He can exist in the future.”