Ok... here we go...You ignored the analogy
The God of the Bible does not compete against anyone... not even himself!God is the chessmaster on both boards
You would be better off using an analogy like a playwright!
According to your “analogy” if man “chooses God” then God wins but if man does not choose God... man wins! If man has the “possibility” of winning then man’s “choice” allows God to win!and nothing is stated about man allowing God to win
Man takes the throne when your god is not allowed, by man, to save him!
The God of the Bible which is nothing like your flower-ist analogy... especially the second scenario!who is more impressive
In him we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to the purpose of him who works all things according to the counsel of his will, - Ephesians 1:11The chessmaster who has to move the pieces for both sides to win
all the inhabitants of the earth are accounted as nothing, and he does according to his will among the host of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth; and none can stay his hand or say to him, "What have you done?" - Daniel 4:35
Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the LORD that will stand. - Proverbs 19:21
The LORD has established his throne in the heavens, and his kingdom rules over all. - Psalm 103:19
The king's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the LORD; he turns it wherever he will. - Proverbs 21:1
"I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted. - Job 42:2
Who has spoken and it came to pass, unless the Lord has commanded it? - Lamentations 3:37
And many more...
or the chessmaster who takes on all comers and beat them all
Your Flower-ist analogy fails miserably as a biblical analogy in so many ways!
At least the first scenario leaves room to assume some biblical attributes but the second scenario creates a god more like Athena - an ancient Greek goddess associated with wisdom, handicraft, and warfare!
In the second scenario what do the “chess peaces” represent? Are the “chess peices” people and your god is in competition with Satan for their souls?
Your analogy suggests that god is in competition with someone... not unlike a “dualism theology” <click here for more info on dualism i.e. flower-ism’s “chess” analogy!
What are they “winning” in either scenario? Is both sides competing for sovereignty?
“beat them all”... sounds more like the god of egomania!
Very minimal if any biblical significance in this analogy!