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

Monday, March 09, 2009

Remaking America by George Shollenberger, Idea XXX (The science of Gottfried Leibniz, Part IX)

In this 40th blog on ‘remaking America,’ I show that a basic idea in the New System of Leibniz is identical to one of the basic ideas that our founders included in the Declaration of Independence. In the first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, this basic idea of Leibniz is found as God’s entitlement of the ‘Laws of Nature and Nature’s God’ to all humans.

In his 1697 paper "On the Ultimate Origination of Things’ (see G. H. R. Parkinson’s book on ‘Leibniz: Philosophical Writings’) Leibniz says, ‘eternal truths (of things) must have their existence in the same subject, which is absolutely, or metaphysically necessary, that is in God.’ Then, in the same paper he says, ‘It is also evident how God acts not only physically but also freely; and how there lies in him not only the efficient but also the final cause; and how from him proceeds the reason not only of the greatness or potency that there is in the mechanism of the universe as now established, but also of the goodness or wisdom involved in the establishing of it.’ With these words, Leibniz merely agrees with the ‘Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.’

So why has the USA rejected Leibniz’s New System and the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God in the Declaration of Independence?

The answer I always receive to this question is that the U.S. field of law decided that the Declaration of Independence is only a declaration of war against England. But is the decision of the field of law right? I say that this field made a major error because it is dividing the people of the USA.
Other people agree with me. For instance, on pages 247-251 of David Barton’s book on ‘Original Intent,’ we find lots of information saying that Declaration and Constitution cannot be separated. Further, in Article VII, the Constitution attaches itself to the Declaration. And on page 218 of Barton’s book, U.S. Congressman and Revolutionary soldier, William Findley says, ‘Men must associate together before they can form rules for their own government. ...’

Why does the U.S. Supreme Court rule today based on their own contrivances when the USA is founded as a nation under God?

2 Comments:

  • At 7:44 AM, Blogger Zelig X said…

    George, you're still at it ~ remarkable.

    Dave J

     
  • At 10:09 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    response to Zelig X,

    Yes. But if I am right there is no end to knowledge and quiting is not part of my life.

    Today, for example, I will inform cell stem researchers how to apply my writings to their researcher projects and why they should include cancer in their research effort.

    The completeness of knowledge and atheism makes my life very boring.

    George

     

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