Scientific Proof of God, A New and Modern Bible, and Coexisting Relations of God and the Universe

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Two Different Pie Charts Connect God and the Universe

Cones, spirals, pie charts and bar charts are powerful tools that modern man has found. Such tools are prepared by our artists and can be seen on the Internet by searching for these four tools. Click. Only through such tools can we understand God, learn the changing and unchanging laws of Nature, and learn the changing and unchanging life that God included in Nature. I showed how the cones and spirals are used in the lase few blogs. Below, I show an example of a bar chart of a thing that has seven (7) variables. By making bar charts, one can study the changing behavior of anything in the universe.

Next, I use two pie charts to show how God is connected to the universe. The pie chart on the left represents God and the pie chart on the right represents the universe. The left pie chart is known as the Christian Trinity and has three factors. The black area represents an identity whereas the green area bonds the two members of the identity absolutely. In the 4th century, the Christian Trinity became doctrine and stated as 'Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The black area represents the 'Father and Son' and the green area represents the Holy Spirit. Then, in the 15th century, the Christian Trinity became scientific. Science thus changes the Trinity to 'One, Equality, and Union.' The appearance of a scientific version of the Trinity in the 15th century opened the possibility to connect God to the universe. But, this possibility could not become actual without atoms. Unfortunately, the physical sciences could not find any physical atoms. Fortunately, I found the spiritual atom in the work of Gottfried Leibniz. With spiritual atoms, I connected the one, equality, and union to the universe logically with a universe of 'many, different, and related' atoms.

In the pie chart on the right, many different atoms, which come from the 'one and equality' of the Trinity, are given their function and existence in the purple area. The red area gives the many different atoms their 'relations' and come from the Holy Spirit of the Trinity The pie chart on the left represents the infinite world of a monotheistic God. And, the in and out pie chart on the right represents the finite world of all things God creates. The in-out red pie is necessary because the eternal changing of the 'relations' gives the universe the differences we see in the seasons, the time of the day, the changing colors if the plants, etc. These changing relations give us the new lives we seek after death.

It is thus clear that the Muslim scripture (Koran) is flawed with respect to worshipping God. Christians do not worship three gods. It is also clear that Christians are not infidels. The above scientific advances by Christians are revealing new truths, rather than falsities, about God. I conclude that a monotheistic God does not ask any believers to kill infidels when ignorance can be corrected by education.

In the many, different, and related things that exist in the universe, one can find non living and living things. The plants are interesting because they seem to be both living and non living things because they must grow roots among water and the non living things so that they can grow and make food for all of the animals. As animals, we live outside of the non living and must use the plants and drink water to live. So, it is wrong for evolutionists and physicists to argue that life in the universe came from non-living things.


  • At 12:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Understanding the verses of the Koran's historical context is crucial, not to confine them to their context, but for a proper comprehension of their implications. Moreover, as shown previously, the verse must be interpreted along with all the other verses explicating how a Muslim should deal with others, Muslim or non-Muslim, including verse (8:61), "And if they incline to peace, then incline to it and trust in God; surely He is the Hearing, the Knowing."

    Since the polytheists differed in their relationship with the new religion after its victory, there was a need to differentiate between the malevolent enemies of Islam bent on destroying the Muslims and who did not observe their treaties with the Muslims, those who hated Islam but were willing to honor their treaties with Muslims, those who rejected Islam but peacefully co-existed with the Muslim community, etc. The aforementioned verse (9:5) was concerned with the most vehement opponents of the Islamic faith not by virtue of their refusal to be Muslims but by continually breaching their treaties with the Muslims and fighting them. Given that, their treatment is not equal, the complete verse says, "So when the sacred months have passed away, then fight and slay the pagans wherever you find them, and take them captives and besiege them and keep them under observation, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, leave their way free to them; surely God is Forgiving, Merciful." Meaning: so when the grace period (4 months) is past, and if the other party insists on fighting Islam, then a state of war is inevitable. The struggle may take the form of killing, or capture and imprisonment, or just keeping an eye on these enemies to fend off their evil if they decide to launch an offensive against Muslims. The punishment should be fair and just and, thus, must be proportional to the crimes actually committed. Not only this, but the pagans can repent and accept Islam, as evident from the last part of (9:5), or desist from attacking Muslims and ask for protection, as evident from the next verse (9:6), "If one amongst the pagans ask you for asylum, grant it to him, so that he may hear the word of God; and then escort him to where he can be secure."

  • At 12:40 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to anonymous.

    With a monotheistic God, one cannot compare God' wisdom with man's knowledge. If one could make this comparison, man's knowledge could become maximum. Man's knowledge cannot become maximum and be equated to God's wisdom. This is why man can never become a god and man's knowledge can never become maximum where knowledge would be completed (or perfected).

    The inability for us to equate God's wisdom and man's knowledge teaches us that a monotheistic God never rewards or punishes man. This is why Christians teach brotherly love. This is a correct teaching because God loves all men. To be godly, man should thus love all men.

    Man's punishments of each other are clearly sins. And, capital punishments are also sins. When man decides to kill another man, the killer assumes wrongly that a wise God punishes, And, the killer assumes wrongly that he or she knows what is wise.

    Apparently, Muslims are viewing the Koran primarily as a historical document. The Jews also view the Old Testament this way.

    As a Christian, I do not view the New Testament as a historical document because Jesus Christ is the Son of God, who must appear in our world continually as 'creator and creature.' Thus, I do not view Jesus Christ as a prophet.

    I am not very interested in the history of man during the period of Christs' teachings. In the New Testament, I am interested primarily in the teachings of Jesus Christ.

    There are many differences between the Jews, Christians, and Muslims. But, wars and killings are unnecessary to resolve these differences.


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