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

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

178. A History of the Inductive and Deductive Economies

Inductive and deductive economics have a long history. For example, the Peloponnesian war would bring an inductive economy and Sparta together. And this war would bring a deductive economy and Athens together.  This togetherness occurred in 431 B.C. After a 27 year war, the inductive economy and Sparta won. But around the same time, Anaxagoras spoke of the world as 'everything in everything.' In time, Plato proved that Anaxagoras was correct.  So, Plato developed the Republic, which had a philosopher king.

Thus, when Jesus went to Greece to study the God and universe of Anaxagoras and Plato, he returned to his Jewish friends to teach God, universe, and an inductive economy. But many Jews rejected  the teachings of Jesus and had him put on the Cross. Then, when Christianity was organized,  the teachings of Jesus on Gnosticism was rejected, With this rejection, the metaphysical thoughts of an inductive economy would never come in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

A deductive economy held its power for a long time in these religions. But the deductive economy would be weakened in the 15th, 16th, and 17th century by the writings of Nicholas of Cusa, Galileo, and Leibniz. Their work would give new life to God, the universe, and the inductive economy. Then, in the 18th century, Ben Franklin would bring God, the universe, and an inductive economy into the American colonists.

In 1776, an inductive economy and Locke's social contract theory were installed in the USA as a nation of  'one People.' The initial leaders were Franklin, Hamilton, Clay, and Lincoln.  Franklin informed the people about the immortality of the human souls. But Hamilton lost his life to save nationalism; Clay lost the American System to Congress; and Lincoln was assassinated. After Lincoln's death, a deductive economy has been controlling the life of Americans and people in all other nations. Since a deductive economy frees all Americans and the people of other nations, the deductive economy will destroy God. A deductive economy is thus the origin of atheism.

An inductive economy does not destroy God because God, the universe, and the people work together forever. Thus, the development of the human mind is very important. If an inductive economy is used, the people of that nation will stay on the path to God. A deductive economy will not take people on any path to God.


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