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

Monday, March 27, 2017

956B. More Details On Leibniz and Locke

The American losses of the greatness of Gottfried Leibniz and John Locke must be accepted and installed by all nations. Below, I provide more details on the greatness of Leibniz and Locke.

The works of Gottfried Leibniz and John Locke bring together all democracies and all humans. Locke's work on a democracy unites an improving Society with an improving Government. (Seek the book on The Second Treatise of Government by Thomas P. Peardon.) And, Leibniz's work on humans unites all humans with God.(Seek the book on Leibniz Philosophical Writings by G.H.R. Parkinson.)

Currently, many humans are thinking wrong because they have become functional in all 'competing nation.' I conclude that competing nations developed because religions taught that humans will die only once, but can live again with God if they were moral during their first life. To help their children live and then die and are reborn with God, competing nations had to develop rich, poor, and racial humans. These actions only brought fourth wars and criminals.

Leibniz says that monads are one and have no parts. But, God is also one and has no parts. So monads and God are very similar. I say that the monads of Leibniz are thus godly and will never die after God creates them. I conclude that Leibniz's monad is a soul that can receive bodies from God. So, I speak of soul-bodies. These soul never die and will receive new different bodies forever. So, the 'competing nations' is a system that must be eliminated.

To not destroy 'competing nations' is to lead to invite deep human troubles.

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

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