817. When Do We Challenge the Early Writings Of Humans?
When humans began to trade animal body parts, 'counting tokens' were developed with marks on bones. By 9000 B.C., arts were made on the walls of the caves. These pictures were about humans, animals, plants. and other trading things appear. When cultures were made, humans identified leaders and teachers of God. Since all trading things became possible, all things became idols. Here was the origin of pantheism, the belief that God no longer exists.
Then, in 4000 BC, humans began to write signals and symbols. When Abraham (click)appeared in 2000 B.C., the writing of Abraham and the Old Testament of Judaism destroyed pantheism and its idols. (On Abraham's thoughts , see Genesis Chs. 11 to 25). The Old Testament says that God created the universe and then rested. (See Gen, 2:1). Thus, the Jews say that that the universe had a beginning and has an end. This end comes when Albert Einstein says that universe will loose all of its energy. On the other hand, Christians say that the universe had a beginning and has an end, which is determined by a goal determined by Jesus Christ. Islam merely says that our universe ends. But, Muslims say that God has a new Heaven somewhere for them. These three religions are not seeking truths.
Today, many humans are saying that the early writings were from God. I say that words are not coming from God. However, many humans are seeking truths of a God who created a universe that has no end. For example, I learned that many Chinese humans and Gottfried Leibniz sought these truths. Anaxagoras also sought these truths. Plato sought these truths. Galileo sought these truths. Kepler sought these truths. And Georg Cantor sought these truths. I have also sought these truths. I even say that Jesus Christ was seeking these truths for 18 years in Greece.
My books below about God and the Universe are in agreement with the work of Gottfried Leibniz:
1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To The Universe. (2014), 429 page.