951 More on 'Beginning and Ending.'
These new lives above could prove my theory--- that the beginning and ending of the universe is a permanent continuation forever, based on One God. On One God, I say that God does creates souls and bodies. But, only souls are born and reborn continuously by One God. And, all bodies fall apart when a person dies. So, the life of human souls on planets should become equal.
David R. Reagan has been an example of Jesus' teachings about the 'beginning and ending,' (click) He says that the beginning and ending thoughts began 6000 years ago. Then, in 1600 B.C. Abraham and other Jews improved the beginning and ending by creating an Old Testament. Art age 12, Jesus addressed the money changing problems and made no progress. This negative response caused Jesus to moved to Greece for 18 years. Their, he learned many new beginnings and endings. At age 30, Jesus returned to the Jews in order to teach new thoughts to the Jews. In three years, the teachings of Jesus was beginning to change the Jewish beginnings and endings. But, his teachings led Jesus to the Cross by the Romans and Jews.
To improve the beginnings and endings of the Christians, a New Testament was be written mostly by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. In the first century of A.D., Irenaeus developed heresies and reduced greatly the science of Christianity. Then, in 325 A.D. Christianity developed The Nicene Creed. This creed changed One God into a Trinitarian God. However, I say that a Trinitarian God of Christianity is incorrect because a Trinitarian God has three geometrical parts, which only create impermanent bodies. On the other hand, One God has no parts, which only creates permanent souls. So, in 325 A.D., Christianity made a major error in defining God. The permanent souls and impermanent bodies by One God creates a continuous universe.
Christianity and other religions must change.
My; books about God and the Universe are in agreement with the work of Gottfried Leibniz:
1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages,
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To The Universe. (2014), 429 pages