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Meaning Of The Word Repent
Axe, I believe you need some lessons in Hermeneutics. You write: "I showed examples where God said one thing at one point, and said something different later (e.g. deciding to destroy Nineveh, and later changes his mind). You can't rely on some scriptures and ignore others that are inconvenient to your theory.
God did not change His mind on the subject of Nineveh for He knew all along they would repent of their sins for He is Omniscient, knowing all things. Yet from a human point of view this was unknown. The Bible assures us of the following things about Gods Nature. A seemly change in Gods dealings is from humanity's point of view.

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