106.The Strongest Theory of 'God and Universe.'
In the New Testament, I conclude that St. John wrote about the strongest theory that Jesus was teaching. In Chapter 14, St. John teaches Jesus' strongest theory..
In Greece, the strongest theory was developed by Anaxagoras and was confirmed by Plato. Anaxagoras spoke of God and the universe with the words, 'everything-in-everything.' (click) In Plato's Parmenides, Plato says that God in 'one.' Then, he proves that that 'one thing' cannot exist without 'other things.' To teach the strongest theory, at John 14:20, Jesus says,'... I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you.' But Jesus' strongest theory was hidden in the 2nd century when Gnosticism was rejected by Christians. Thirteen centuries had to pass before the dark period of the Middle Ages was modernized.
The modern period began in the 15th century when Nicholas of Cusa said that 'each thing in each thing' in his first book, 'De Docta Ignonantia.' (click) In Bk. II, Ch.5, Cusa says, God is in all things in such a way that all things are in Him; and it is now evident that God is in all things through the mediation of the universe.
In the 17th century, Galileo says that all bodies in the universe have a continuous quantity built up of an infinite number of indivisibles. (See 'Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences,' page 34.) In the 18th century, Gottfried Leibniz builds these indivisibles with the infinitesimal calculus and his book on Monadology.
At John 14:28, Jesus says, '... I go unto the Father: for my Father is greater than I.' Jesus knew that he can't go into God s the Son of God. Jesus was telling us that we are Little Gods and 'indivisibles' that exist forever. The indivisibles form divisible things for the universe. Some divisible things are living things. Other divisible things are nonliving things that form infrastructures for the living things.
So, Jesus found the strongist theory of God and the universe. This fact will change our world.