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

Friday, December 26, 2008

Theological Science* Reveals Theological Inconsistences in Our Thoughts About Monotheism, I

If the people of a nation do not unify ‘theology’ and ‘science,’ human thoughts, about a monotheistic God and about a world in which humans live, will be inconsistent and irrational. This statement is true because a monotheistic God is connected necessarily and logically to the world in which humans live. So, what-is-in-God cannot exist in our world and what-is-in-our-world cannot exist in God.

The necessary/logical difference between God’s higher world and our lower world has been known for a long time by those writers who used a negative theology. These writers give God a name by adding the word ‘not’ to words that we use to describe things in our lower world. This is why I use the word not-finite to speak of God as the origin of our lower world. Unfortunately, these differences between God’s higher world and our lower world are still unknown by most people because they are held by religious leaders as mysteries.

It is time for religions to open the minds of their people by discussing such mysteries. This means that all religions must unify their theology with all sciences.

For instance, when Jesus Christ did not reappear after his murder, Christians began to record the teachings of Jesus in the first century. Unfortunately, these recorded words became known as The Word (of God). Although the teaching of Jesus was of a divine origin, God has no words as we have developed and use in our lower world. A monotheistic God is one and thus has only one word to communicate to us. We know this Word as the intelligent design of our lower world. This Word was described at John 1:1. The Word of God is no longer a mystery.

Other subjects will follow.

* Theological science unifies scientific thoughts with people’s thoughts about God.

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