A History of the God-Universe System
The God-Universe System began to emerge with the work of Abraham. I conclude that his work was augmented primarily by the new works of Moses, Plato, Jesus Christ, Constantine, Nicholas of Cusa, Gottfried Leibniz, and Georg Cantor. My work is the latest work that will augment the works of these personalities. Certainly, other names can be added to this list. However, I view the works of these personalities as significant contributions to the development of the God-Universe system. Further, I argue that the works of these personalities are not arbitrary works. Instead, I say that these works are (1) necessary work, (2) godly works, and (3) being influenced by God in different ways. For instance, I know that my contributions are highly influenced by the divine teachings of Jesus Christ.
The God-Universe System replaced polytheism, a belief that God created all things in the universe by placing Himself in each thing. So, polytheists thought that God actually transformed Himself into the Universe. This polytheistic thought was rejected by Abraham. With Abraham, God and the Universe coexist (exist together) and the God-Universe System is born.
Following Abraham, the work of Moses is centered on God’s creation of the universe. His work is found in the Genesis of the Old Testament. The work of Plato is centered on the God-Universe System as a Being and Becoming union. Being is God and Becoming is the Universe. His work is found in his Timaeus dialogue. The work of Jesus Christ is that of a teacher and deals with many new ideas about God and the Universe. The work of Constantine is centered on God as a Trinity. The work of Nicholas of Cusa is centered on (1) incomprehensive truths, (2) negative theology, (3) God as an ‘identity’ and Universe as ‘difference, and. (4) symbolism. The work of Leibniz is centered on the Universe as a set of spiritual atoms and bodies in motion, which are understood by the infinitesimal calculus. The work of Cantor is centered on God as an absolute infinity and the Universe as set of finite infinities counted by transfinite numbers. My work is centered on (1) the scientific proof of God, (2) the unification of God and the Universe scientifically and with a single symbolic language, and (3) the unification of all people and all nations.