Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me his prisoner: but be thou partaker of the afflictions of the gospel according to the power of God; Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began,(2 Timothy 1:8-9) KJV
We use empirical observations & physical evidence to show that the Bible is an accurate description of the universe. We can now answer the question: If God is love, why would He send people to hell?
In Matty’s Paradigm we’re dealing with issues, like heaven and hell being physical places, that Christianity hasn’t dealt with. SciPop has told us that these issues are unscientific and not worthy of intellectual pursuit. Christianity capitulated.
We’re showing you that SciPop is a framework of laws and procedures designed to make finding the truth impossible. The construction of the scientific method is such that science and truth are mutually exclusive. The true purpose of SciPop is a rationalization of godless existence.
True science uses empirical observations & physical evidence to show that the Bible is an accurate account of the creation, history, & future of earth. It answers the question:
If God is love why would He send people to hell?
The Bible describes the creation of a utopian paradise that becomes corrupted and can’t be fixed. The only hope for humanity is a plan of redemption that involves God himself becoming human and living among us, teaching, healing, loving, until he is rejected by his own people and put to death. This death is the fulfillment of the redemption process and Jesus rises from the dead as a sign that we will do likewise – if we put our trust in Him.
Then there’s a description of what will happen at a future time when God’s wrath is poured out upon the Earth and it is finally vaporized and replaced by another one. Why? What’s the point? If God wanted a perfect world that couldn’t be corrupted then why didn’t he create one in the first place?
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.(Genesis 1:1-2) KJV
Believe it or not there’s a reason that helps us to understand the mind of God and is completely consistent with scripture. We are told that in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. This passage identifies all three aspects of the Holy Trinity: God the Father, God the Spirit, and God the Son. Where is the son? We identified the deep as God the Son. This is the physical manifestation of God, the Word that became flesh ( John 1:14 ).
The Holy Trinity
|Elohim||Alpha||Alpha & Omega||Omega|
|Dispensation||First, the beginning||Only begotten||Last, the end|
|Manifestation||Proton||the deep||Omega Oxygen|
|Particle||H+||ΩOH– (+H+ = H2O)||ΩO2-|
|Attribute||Mind, soul, heart||Body, blood||Breath, wind|
Before the Foundation of the World
According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love:(Ephesians 1:4) KJV
We are also told that we, each of our individual souls, have existed since before the world began. That is what we may take from today’s passage. It is also stated elsewhere in scripture. The idea that God knew us before we were conceived in the womb is also testified to by Jeremiah:
Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.(Jeremiah 1:5) KJV
God has known every one of us since before the foundation of the world. The creation described in Genesis is the construction of a physical system designed as a way to give each of us the experience of life.
Why did God Create the Universe?
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.(John 3:16) KJV
The most important teaching that the Bible gives us is the wonderful passage from the Gospel of John. God desires fellowship. Yet not just any fellowship. God wants us to have the free will to choose whether or not we want to have fellowship with him.
The only way to create a physical system that could manifest free will was to make one that was inherently corrupted. After all, if I have free will I can choose to be evil. Therefore it must be possible for evil to exist. Since God is not evil He had to create a physical system which could allow for it. This is why the Lamb was slain from the foundation of the world. God knew that this creation would have to be destroyed before he created it. So why did he create it? So that we can live, and choose an outcome for ourselves.
We have been created to live forever. Our souls are eternal. Here’s the thing, the really, really major problem with all of this: If our souls were created before the beginning of the world and they are immortal, what is going to happen when our body dies?
This world, created so that we may have life and free will, is temporary. It is rapidly decaying and will ultimately be destroyed. This is intentional. The purpose is so that God can refine all of the goodness out of creation and permanently dispose of the corruption.
Our choice is do we want to be disposed of with the corruption, or do we want to be saved with the goodness? There really isn’t anything personal about God sending people to hell. It is a logical outcome for the decay of this physical system.