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

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Physical Science Vs. Theological Science (Detailed Information)

Those mathematical physicists who reject God say that they will eventually discover a complete and consistent theory of the universe. They make this statement even though they are discovering limits that affect their thoughts. For instance, in 1927 the ‘uncertainty principle’ was introduced. This principle says that the position and momentum of an electron cannot be measured simultaneously. Today, many physicists are relying only on probability theories. Although such theories are useful, they should not replace our exact sciences.

When the new century was coming, I came to the conclusion that relations do exist between an infinite God and the finite things that God creates. But I concluded that these relations do not use excluded middle (either/or) opposites. Otherwise, an infinite God would be pantheistic and would develop idolatry. So, I concluded that an infinite God must be active; must create functional things; and must create the universe with coexisting opposing concepts.

Since I was developing a science about God and the universe, a single world was developing. This world would have one infinite God and many different finite things. This single world would have to unify the field of theology with the field of science.’ I call this togetherness‘theological science.’ But theological science was emerging long ago, after Anaxagoras said that ‘each thing is in each thing.’ Plato went in more detail in his Parmenides dialogue to show that One and Many coexist.

In 2000, Science & Theology News had been started by the Templeton Foundation Press. (Click) It closed in 2006. I believe that the News failed because submissions did not consider God as active and did not consider the 15th century work on Nicholas of Cusa ‘On Learned Ignorance.’(Click) . I conclude that physical scientists must become theological scientists.


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