Rise and Fall Theories: End or Eternity?
A famous story of a rise and a fall is discussed by Moses in the Genesis of the Old Testament. The setting is the Garden of Eden, a place where Adam was thought to be born. Adam is said to give life to the first woman, Eve, through the rib of Adam. Using the good and evil ideas, Moses assigned the ‘good’ to God. Here, we see that Moses did not lift his monotheistic God into a world higher than His universe. Instead, Moses assumed that God and man lived in the same world. This was a major error of Moses. With this error, Moses assumed that Adam and Eve were created as ‘good.’ Moses then says that Adam and Eva developed evilness when they ate forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge. Based on this major error of Moses, one can ask, Could have the evilness of Adam and Eve come from the lack of knowledge? This question seems rational because one observes today that knowledge lacks in all third-world nations and all of those nations that have dictators.
It is time for political science and religions to become serious on the subjects of knowledge and science. It is also time for religions to treat God as a real monotheistic God. And, it is time for all scientists and mathematicians to accept the reality of God and reconsider all theories of an end.. Remember, the atheists, if empowered, can take man into a deep fall because they see ends coming to all life and to the universe.