204. A New Easter For Jesus, Other Big Thinkers, and Panentheism
When I was born, my parents took me to a Lutheran Church, where I became a member of this church. After spending three years in the U.S. Army, I graduated from Johns Hopkins University and never returned to Christianity because my research on God, the universe, and the life of Jesus changed my mind.
My research on Jesus says that he studied Greek science, morals, and numbers. He also learned the panentheism of Anaxagoras (see blog 200). Jesus learned that a panentheistic God creates an infinite number of immortal indivisibles. Some of these indivisibles are Little Gods, which are images of God and are reborn at their death. So God and the indivisibles have always existed The universe forms when God causes the indivisibles to become related to each other and form different kinds bodies that form the best universe. These bodies are mortal and are thus changing the universe that never ends..
Since Jesus was murdered, Jesus' disciples had to write the New Testament. They did a good job but also made errors. If Jesus had been able to write the New Testament, he would have told us that Little Gods cannot be resurrected to God, who is One. The New Testament would also have been very different than the Old Testament. With Jesus, Christianity would have absorbed almost all Little Gods in the world. But Jesus' murder led Christianity away from panentheism for 15 centuries, when Gnosticism became blasphemy.
In the future, Easters should teach panentheism, Jesus, and all other 'Big Thinkers.'