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

Friday, February 22, 2008

The Western World and the Son of God, IV

This 4th blog on the Son of God discusses the impact of a monotheistic God and the necessity of God to have an essential Son of God. First, the teachings of Judaism and Islam should be challenged by its members because the Son of God is real and is essential to a monotheistic God. Second, the teachings of Christian churches should be challenged by their congregations on the following teachings: (1) soul school theory, (2) theories on judgements, rewards, and punishments of man by God, (3) ‘born again’ life after death theory, and (4) eschatological theories about the end of the universe. This challenge is necessary because these Christian teachings are inconsistent with the Son of God.

The Son of God impacts the people of the Unites States and its government considerably because the USA is a nation under God as seen in is founding documents of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. Under God, the basic principles of the two-party system of the USA must now be challenged system because the current US laissez-faire capitalism (or free market economy) must be changed to a goal seeking economy. The US free market economy must be reformed drastically so that it is focused primarily on achieving national goals that serve all US citizens. Further, the US government can no longer operate without considering a monotheistic God in both its ordinary decisions and research decisions. It must accept the most widely-accepted and debated theories on a monotheistic God of US theologians and scientists.

As modern theology and science progress, more new findings about a monotheistic God can be expected. So, in every nation, the people and its government must prepare for this continuous progress. The question people must ask and answer every day is, "How long can a political system and the rich class of any nation continue to hide God from its people?


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