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

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Seeing All Created Things As Images of God

The more I study Friedrich Hegel, the more I convince myself that the work of Hegel on dialectical thinking on negatives aligns to Plato’s Being (God) and Becoming (Universe) theology, which is found in Plato’s Timaeus dialogue. I also conclude that Hegel’s work adds to the modern work of Renaissance personalities, Nicholas of Cusa, Gottfried Leibniz, and Georg Cantor. All of this modern work is aligned to the ancient work of Abraham, which replaces idolatry with a monotheistic God. This modern work is also aligned to the ancient work of Moses on a creation theory and the development of a self-governing republic, which are found in the first five books of the Old Testament. The modern work is also aligned to the teachings of Jesus Christ.

My work is also aligned to these ancient and modern works with a scientific proof of God, a scientific link between an infinite God and our finite universe, and the development of spiritual atoms, which forms the universe. My work also shows the consistency of the work of these personalities and the alignment of the teachings of Jesus Christ to these works. I argue that all of these works must be considered by one who is searching for new truths.

Common to the work of all of these personalities is the concept of self-knowledge, which is also spoken of as ‘know thyself.’ To know thyself, nothing is imposed on a person from anything external.

Since God is a completed infinite or a pure whole that has no parts, God cannot be divided so that things can be created from the parts. In order to create things out of nothing, God must form many images of himself. God creates images of himself by transforming the different infinite essentials of His completeness into finite essentials. All created things are thus images of God, but are not completed. Here is the difference between God and all crated things. However, God distinguishes the things He creates perfectly. This means that all created things have independence. With this independence, no image can impose itself onto some other image. This independence is the gift of freedom from God.

Thus, a human is creative and can transform himself or herself to higher levels of consciousness by negating the many different falsities that live with its own truths.’ A degree of negativity exists in all created and imperfect things because the coming together of the images to form a single universe adds contingencies to the essentials that determine the content of every image. I believe that these negatives are showing us the causes of cancer.

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