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

Sunday, February 24, 2008

The Way Not to Develop Knowledge About a Monotheistic God

In the blog yesterday, I discussed how to develop knowledge about a monotheistic God. In this blog I show how not to develop knowledge about a monotheistic God. Many people make errors in developing knowledge about a monotheistic God because they do not realize that a monotheistic God is incomprehensible. We can know that God exists. But, that is all we can know. But, we can understand God by knowing what God is thinking about. We can gain this understanding two ways: (1) by examining God’s creations and (2) by detecting the appearance of the Son of God in our world and by listening and recording his teachings. I show how we can detect the appearance of the Son of God in pages 144–150 of my book, The First Scientific Proof of God (click).

The Old Testament can cause problems in developing knowledge of God’s thoughts because the writings in these scriptures seem to say that God is talking to the scribes. God cannot talk to us unless the Son of God appears in our world. So, it is false that God can dictate to, or inspire, the Old Testament scribes. Furthermore, the idea that God gave land to the Jews is also false. Comparted to our modern view of a monotheistic God, the ancient scribes of the Old Testament had a very different understanding of a monotheistic God.

The New Testament has fewer problems in developing knowledge of God’s thoughts because these scriptures have evidence that the teachings of Jesus Christ have a divine origin. I discuss the divinity of Jesus Christ in my book on pages 150-160. But, the selected scriptures for the New Testament by the early Christians have problems because they try to connect the New Testament to the Old Testament. This attempted connection degrades the teachings of Jesus Christ and supports the false idea of a ‘personal God.’ Further, by not including the Gospel of Thomas, the early Christians degrade the New Testament, Furthermore, including the dream of St. John The Divine (see The Revelation) also degrades the teachings of Jesus Christ. For instance, the symbols, Alpha and Omega (beginning and ending), are found only among created things.

Since the Son of God is incarnated and reincarnated, we can assume that all created things are incarnated and reincarnated. So, increasing our understanding of God’s thoughts is a continuous process that has no end.

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