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

Friday, August 12, 2011

The Most General View of God and All Things

If there is a greatest thing, it is God. Nicholas of Cusa found that the greatest thing is absolutely maximum.  Since an absolutely maximum thing cannot be less than it is, God is also the absolute minimum. Since we cannot see and know a thing that is absolute maximum and absolute minimum, God is incomprehensible.  However, we can see and know the attributes of God because God uses them to create.
The early Christians spoke of God as the 'Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.' In the 4th century, they changed this phrase to 'Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. ' Then, in the 15th century, when he found that God is the absolute maximum, Cusa changed the 4th century phrase to 'one, equality, and union.'  As seen, the 15th century phrase is expressing three attributes of God.  As seen, these three attributes of God are precise scientific attributes.
On pages 124-129 of my book on 'The First Scientific Proof of God,' I unify God with all created things by connecting God's attributes --- one, equality, and union --- to the universal concepts --- many, difference, and relation.
When the above three attributes of God (one-equality-union) are connected to their dialectical opposites (many-difference-relation), the most general view of 'God and His creatures and things' are expressed scientifically.
With science, I conclude that interpretations of scriptures can be improved.


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