In this thought-provoking podcast episode, I engage in a captivating conversation with Dr. Phil Dennis, a retired physicist with expertise in various scientific disciplines. Together, we explore the Anisotropic Synchrony Convention (ASC) and its impact on our understanding of time, space, and the universe. Delving into the historical roots of ASC, its philosophical connections, and adoption by notable figures, we tackle theological and philosophical challenges, particularly regarding its alignment with eternalism. The discussion touches on time travel, the Lorentz transformation, and the potential clash between ASC and empirical evidence. We dissect mathematical representations of the ASC transform, emphasizing the Minkowski interval as an invariant in spacetime. The ASC’s assumptions, specifically regarding the isotropy of the speed of light, are scrutinized for logical consistency. The podcast concludes with a comparison of eternalism and presentism, highlighting their theological implications. Additionally, we provide visual aids to illustrate the differences in how time is perceived in these philosophical frameworks. The episode offers valuable insights for physics enthusiasts, philosophy buffs, and anyone curious about the mysteries of the universe, challenging conventional thinking and encouraging a deeper understanding of time and space.