Question: What is the pitch and timbre of god’s voice?.
Because ‘god’ is a supernatural being, he can pitch his voice anyway he likes, he would most likely construct ‘his’ voice in a manner most ‘comforting’ to the person he is communicating with.
That is not a good question. Any theist can construct an answer such as the one I just gave, to explain why ‘god’ sounds different to every listener.
Just with these few sentences we have made communication with god a relativistic experience. A thundering voice, a whisper, an animal scurrying, an eagle soaring, a mother holding a newborn baby, have just become aceptable communication with god. Thus god speaks differently to all of us? If I can get a theist to admit that, I have achieved a victory over ignorance.
A single identifiable voice would have been a miracle and “supernatural”. Prove it! A relativistic, natural experience can be explained by science and should be. We already have the proof.