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

Thursday, June 14, 2012

The Sweet Words of Plato

Atheists have challenged continually my 2006 book on "The First Scientific Proof of God." But they have never won any challenges.  In this blog,  I will explain why I can prove that God exists and why atheists cannot prove that God does not exist.

In my scientific proof of God, I say that all things in the universe are 'finite.' If a thing is finite, it is limited in all ways and can be measured in all of these different ways. Our good dictionaries thus say that all finite things are neither infinite nor infinitesimal. Since all finite things form our universe, I say that all finite things originate in an infinite thing.  I named the infinite thing as 'God.'  Since all finite things in our universe have limited lives because their parts wear-out, I say that infinitesimal things also exist. I named all of these infinitesimal things as  'Spiritual Atoms.' Galileo called these infinitesimal things 'indivisibles.'

In order to distinguish infinite, finite, and infinitesimal things, I agreed with a teaching of Plato.  In his Sophist dialogue at 257b Plato says, 'When we speak of ‘that which is not,’ it seems that we do not mean something contrary to what exists but only something that is different.' These are sweet words of Plato.

Plato's words distinguish 'living things' from 'nonliving things.' Plato thus limits Aristotle's logic to 'nonliving things.' Since atheists reject Plato's words, atheists lose God, reject metaphysics, and treat all finite things as mechanisms.  Many medical doctors also reject Plato.  They also become ugly atheists and can't distinguish 'God's Bread' from 'The Devil's Bread.'  There is thus a reason why cancer and other 'deadly breads' cannot be found.


  • At 12:43 PM, Anonymous David S. Wilkinson said…

    Embrace those that tell you to think.
    Reject those that tell you what to think.


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