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

Friday, December 19, 2008

Theological Science*and Jesus Christ, IX

When Jesus Christ taught self knowledge and Thomas recorded this teaching in his Gospel, I conclude that the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel According to John, and the writings of Paul connect Jesus to the Greek writing of Plato. In this connection we must also disconnect Jesus Christ from the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke and their focus on eschatology, which is the study of the end of our lower world.

In the Gospel of Thomas, Jesus speaks of no miracles, reveals no fulfilment of prophesying, announces no apocalyptic kingdom about to disrupt the world order, and says that a person does not die for sins. Instead, Jesus gives insight on the ‘living water’ from the bubbling spring of wisdom, discounts the value of prophesies and fulfillment, criticizes all end-of-the-world apocalyptic announcements, and offers a way of salvation. (See ‘The Gospel of Thomas’ by Marvin Meyer.)

The words above tell us that two different and opposing Christian teachings are possible. The first one is the current Christian teaching that focuses on Matthew, Mark, Luke, and the Jewish eschatology, which ends our lower world. The second one is a new and future Christian teaching that focuses on John, Paul, Thomas, Plato’s negative. It would reject the Jewish eschatology because it would teach that our lower world has no end.

My new science, theological science, rejects the first and current Christian teaching. However, my new theological science is highly consistent with the new and future Christian teaching. It is clear to me that Christianity is filled with contradictions and false teachings.

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


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