A Monotheistic God Is Connected Scientifically to the Many Finite Things He Creates
I assert that an infinite thing can be found in any finite thing. But, this is possible only if God creates all finite things differently and functions identically in each different thing. The pair of opposites, different and identical, are thus necessary to explain why all different finite things come from the same infinite God. This pair of opposites helps to explain why monotheism (e.g., a one God theology) is true and why God must appear in our world, as the Son of God.
To have a monotheistic God function in all finite things in the universe, a scientific symbolic language must connect an infinite God to all finite things. I make this scientific connection with the scientific version of the Christian Trinity. (See Part IIb of The First Scientific Proof of God.) Then, I identify an infinite set of indivisible spiritual atoms. (See Part IV of the same book.) The spiritual atoms are permanently connected to God. But, they are also functionally related to each other so that the universe can change in ways God thinks it must to change. The connection of the spiritual atoms to God gives each atom an eternal life. The changing functional relations among the spiritual atoms define the many continuous and different ways that the universe changes in accordance with God’s Intelligent Design. Thus, neither God nor the universe will end. Such a beautiful and endless universe could come only from the wisdom of a monotheistic God.