Remaking America by George Shollenberger, Idea XXXXXXXXVII (A Nation Under God, XIII)
Nicholas of Cusa answered this question when he found that human knowledge cannot become maximum because what is absolutely maximum is also absolutely minimum. [See Bk. I, Ch. 4 of Cusa’s writing ‘On Learned Ignorance.’ Click] When he made this finding, Cusa found that a monotheistic God is One and that God unifies real opposites. For instance, God unifies ‘what is completed’ with ‘what is uncompleted.’ Here, God is the completed thing and God’s created world is the uncompleted thing.
In Part IIb of my book (The First Scientific Proof of God) I connect God’s completeness with the uncompleteness of our created world by using logic. Thus, I agree with Cusa that God does unify some opposing symbols that we have developed in our languages.
Since each thing is in each thing and each thing is different and functions differently, I conclude that man cannot become God, identical twins do not exit, and artificial intelligence cannot be produced in a machine. Machines can only help man doing his or her work.
Since we cannot know any thing exactly, we do not know exactly what happens in an abortion process or what happens when living things are frozen.