The Absoluteness of God and a New Category of Meanings for Symbols
Let me be more specific. The first category defines a general symbol that can be used to describe a natural thing that changes continuously or discontinuously. So, symbols such as more true, more perfect, more right, less true, less perfect, less right, inside-outside, up-down, etc. apply to those things that are always changing in Nature. The second category is a symbol that either 1) defines a standard such as the standard meter bar held in Paris or 2) defines a constant such as the speed of light or the speed of sound. The third category is a symbol that is used by people who seek a better understanding of God.
I argue that a fourth category of symbols is missing from today’s collegiate dictionaries. These symbols are functional and relate to each other in order to form a whole. These symbols have already been used by physical scientists and mathematicians who have developed function relations about nonliving, physical things. Physical scientists also call these functional relations as laws of physics. The life sciences are trying to mimic the physical sciences but are failing because living things are very different from nonliving things. This is why life scientists are not solving human problems such as cancer, diabetes, crime, poverty, politics, capitalism, etc.
Some people use the third category to help them understand God better. But, these people are unaware that the fourth category symbols can be used also to prove the existence of God. I offer this proof in my book, The First Scientific Proof of God. But, all people are unaware that the fourth category of symbols can be used to understand God better, to understand the universe better, and to understand living things better. So, theologians and all scientists are missing an opportunity to make huge advances in all forms of knowledge. There is lots of work ahead for all families as the pic indicates.