How Gulf of Mexico Oil Problem Solvers Can View God and the Universe
Jesus lived with the thoughts of Greek thinkers such as Anaxagoras, who had lived 500years earlier. By living with these past thoughts, Jesus learned about God and the creation that God made. These 500 year old thoughts convinced Jesus that God is properly expressed as 'One is All' and that the creation is properly expressed as 'All is One. To express God and the creation, Jesus taught the following words at John 14:20, “At that day ye shall know that I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you.”
These words say that ‘God is in all things in the universe’ (which means --- One is All) and that ‘all things in the universe are in God’ (which means --- All is One). However, these words are not simple. These words will not become simple until modern science discovers the functional relations among different things, for instance, when an apple falls off of a tree and applies a force to the ground on which it lands. Thus when we say that ‘God is in all things in the universe,’ we are saying that God is 'functionally related' to all things in the universe and everything in the universe is 'functionally related' to God and all other things in the universe.
If scientists do not know the functional relations between oil things, God, and all other things in the universe, the actualities of the future will be troublesome.