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

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Heaven. What Is it?

Yesterday, Fox News reported that "Physicist Stephen Hawking Says There Is No Heaven."(click)  Hawking also says that there is no heaven or afterlife for our broken-down minds. Hawking is from England, where evolutionary theory, logical reasoning, and empiricism guide the minds of British citizens wrongly. (click)

For many people, thee word 'heaven' means a place for good beings. These people strengthen the word 'heaven' by relating its meaning logically to the word 'hell,' which is a place for bad being.  Both meanings are wrong.

Jesus Christ taught the meaning of 'heaven' correctly in Matt. 5:19. There, Jesus informs us that 'a least kingdom of heaven' exists and that many  'great kingdoms of heaven' exist. As seen, he is telling us that many different heavens exist because humans are able to live on different planets and see different signs that come from the stars of the evening sky.

In Chapter 24 of Matthew, Jesus gives an example of the current heaven on which we live now. At Matt. 24:29 Jesus also tells us what will happen eventually when our sun begins to die and planet earth will fall into the sun.  When our sun begins to die, Jesus tells us that  '... the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken.'

If we only continue to live the way we do today, we are in deep trouble.

8 Comments:

  • At 5:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    George,
    Once again you are trying to use scripture to promote your beliefs (something scripture tells us is among the greatest sins)
    Matthew 5:19 speaks of rewards in Heaven not different heavens as it says if you do not respect the least commandments and teach others to do the same then you will be called the least in Heaven and to the same extent great teaching and witness will have you called the greatest in Heaven.
    You have also written that the old and new testament should be separated but you have to utilize them both as much of what Jesus taught was showing the fulfillment of the prophecies of Daniel, Isiah, Joel... from the old testament. The allegory of stars falling from the heavens and the sun going dark is an illustration of the darkness that will consume people prior to the return of Jesus (thus again showing the divinity of Christ, something you steadfastly reject)

     
  • At 7:52 PM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to Anonymous,

    I believe that a true believer in God must use his or her name at all times.

    I am a scientist. I do not promote beliefs. I offer scientific ideas,opinions,facts,truths, consistances, etc.

    I conclude that your words about Matt 5:19 are false.

    My research says that the Old Testament identifies an inactive God and the New Testament identifies an active God. So the Jews and Christins have many opposing beliefs.

    I conclude that your words about the flling strs are false.

    All of my blogs say that every scripture is man-made and is not God-made.

    George

     
  • At 8:00 AM, Anonymous Daniel Pike said…

    Next time you're in the Bible George spend some time in Collasians(especially concerning Jesus) A little Hebrews (especially concerning faith)would also help.
    All true scientists will tell you when you let your work cloud your judgement and arrogance affects your reason you cease to be a scientist.

     
  • At 10:15 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to Daniel Pike,

    Many scientists agree with my judgments about the ugly teachings of scriptures by religions. Those scientists who are challenging today's false religious teachings are the only true scientists that I accept.

    George.

     
  • At 10:24 AM, Anonymous Daniel Pike said…

    If you only listen to those that agree with you you will only learn what you already know.
    That appears to be the position you are taking and that just reinforces my earlier comment

     
  • At 10:55 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to Daniel Pike,,

    Your thoughts are confusing to me. I listen to thoughts of people and will either accept or reject them.

    For your information, I agree with many teachings of Jesus Christ. But I do not accept all of the teachings that scribes say about Jesus' teachings.

    George

     
  • At 11:26 PM, Anonymous Daniel Pike said…

    Why do you agree with only some of his teachings? Why do you choose scripture that supports your "theory" and reject scripture that doesn't and you do the same with Jesus's teachings? Oh that's right scripture is man made(according to you).What a convenient argument. Strange how you speak of a pantheistic God that is all encompassing but only use selected teachings from the Bible and only selected teachings of Jesus.
    This explains how you can read Matthew and somehow hold to your belief that Jesus was not the Son of God. You can read about the transfiguration, the baptism of Jesus and the words of Jesus as he was being questioned about his origins yet not acknowledge his divinity.
    I applaud your tenacity in holding onto your beliefs and your prodigious output in support of your theory

     
  • At 8:55 AM, Blogger George Shollenberger said…

    Response to Daniel Pike,

    You: Why do you agree with only some of his teachings?

    George: Because some of the teaching of Jesus align to the Greek theory of Anaxagorax in 500 B.C.

    You: Why do you choose scripture that supports your "theory" and reject scripture that doesn't and you do the same with Jesus's teachings? Oh that's right scripture is man made(according to you).What a convenient argument

    George: You don't seem to be a scientist. I am a scientist. So, I hold consistent theories and reject inconsistent theories from any documens I study

    You: Strange how you speak of a pantheistic God that is all encompassing but only use selected teachings from the Bible and only selected teachings of Jesus.

    George: You don't seem to understand how a scientist thinks.

    You: This explains how you can read Matthew and somehow hold to your belief that Jesus was not the Son of God.

    George: I say that all created humans are from God. Thus I conclude that all humans can be called Sons of God and that Jesus is not the only Son of God.

    You: You can read about the transfiguration, the baptism of Jesus and the words of Jesus as he was being questioned about his origins yet not acknowledge his divinity.

    George: Only God has wisdom. Christians still live in the ancient world and have not accepted the modern world. The apology of Galileo by the Pope is the first movement of Christians toward the modern world.

    You: I applaud your tenacity in holding onto your beliefs and your prodigious output in support of your theory.

    George: Thank you.

     

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