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

Saturday, March 30, 2013

203. A Message to Colleges and Universities

When a child attends a college or university, the teachers of the school of physics will not say anything to the child about God because colleges and universities advertise and say that it is 'nonsectarian.'  But colleges and universes are able to teach theology without violating this advertisement because theology separates all theories of God from all practices of religion.  Since I say that God and the universe coexist, it is time for colleges and universities to teach the theory of God to all new students of the school of physics.

If colleges and universities include theology in their program, theology can teach my theory of the oneness of God and the universe with my new book, 'A New and Modern Holy Bible With the Intelligent Design Of An Active God.'  And colleges and universities can also teach today's theory on the school of physics --- that God does not exist.

But the colleges and universities must be careful because the school of physics made a major error about the universe by saying that the mathematical statement, t = 0, is identical to the symbol, beginning and that, t =?, is identical to the symbol, end. The t =? must be numbered before one can say that the end is true.  I say that God and the universe (1) had no beginning and (2) has no end. Mathematics cannot be used to make statements about God because God is one and is an unnumbered infinite. On the other hand, the universe has many numbered finite things. Since God and the universe coexist, I searched and found 'functional relations' that relate God and the universe.

I believe that the school of physics must open their minds. And good questions must be asked and answered.  For instance, is the use of space, time, and mass  with Euclidean geometry correct? Or is space, time and indivisibles with Kepler's and Riemann's non-Euclidean geometry more correct?


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home