Principia Mathematica

There is a man in your kingdom in whom is the Spirit of the Holy God. And in the days of your father, light and understanding and wisdom, like the wisdom of the gods, were found in him; and King Nebuchadnezzar your father—your father the king—made him chief of the magicians, astrologers, Chaldeans, and soothsayers.

(Daniel 5:11) NKJV

Some time ago while studying Newton’s Principia Mathematica it struck us that it would be funny and ironic to write a parody called Principia Mattymatica, the Mattymatical principles of natural theology.

Newton thought that he was smarter than God. Unfortunately it appears that his peers did too from the amount of fawning drivel that is plastered all over the preface to the Principia.

FROM the thick darkness of the middle ages man’s struggling spirit emerged as in new birth ; breaking out of the iron control of that period ; growing strong and confident in the tug and din of succeeding conflict and revolution, it bounded forwards and upwards with resistless vigour to the investigation of physical and moral truth ; ascending height after height ; sweeping afar over the earth, penetrating afar up into the heavens ; increasing in endeavour, enlarging in endowment ; every where boldly, earnestly out-stretching, till, in the AUTHOR of the PRINCIPIA, one arose, who, grasping the master-key of the universe and treading its celestial paths, opened up to the human intellect the stupendous realities of the material world, and, in the unrolling of its harmonies, gave to the human heart a new song to the goodness, wisdom, and majesty of the all-creating, all-sustaining, all-perfect God.

– From the life of Sir Isaac Newton in the First American Edition of The Principia Mathematica

Newton succeeded where others had failed because he developed the mathematics that he needed to express his work on mechanics. You may or not know this but mathematics is inductive, which is to say that you can make it do whatever you want because the concepts expressed as numerals are imaginary paradigm-dependent contructs.

Math is imaginary, it only exists in your mind when you have faith that numerals represent concepts.

– Math, definition

However he had rubber-meets-the-road experimental evidence which allowed him to deduce formulas like F=MA, the second law of motion.

In an inertial frame of reference, the vector sum of the forces F on an object is equal to the mass M of that object multiplied by the acceleration A of the object: F=MA. (It is assumed here that the mass M is constant).

– Newton’s Second Law of Motion

F=MA is a fact. It’s NOT paradigm-dependent. However, the assumption of heliocentricity isn’t a fact, it IS paradigm-dependent. Newton ASSUMED heliocentricity and THEN applied his mathematics.

What happens when we apply F=MA in a Geocentrospheric paradigm? This is when we find out that the gospel is physics. Passing from death to life is referred to as being quickened, q. By a totally staggering coincidence quicken is another word for accelerate. We’re quickened when we put our faith in Jesus Christ. We can understand F=MA in the context of our theory of gravitation, and it underlies a gravitational mechanism for redemption.

The Gospel is Physics (logic)

  • IF being dead in sins (pG) is when we’re under the power of the law (M),
    • AND we receive the forgiveness of sin (A),
      • when we’re quickened (q) through faith in Jesus Christ,
  • THEN pGxq=A. (F=MA)

This has a familiar ring to it. By a totally staggering coincidence it could also be written as A=(pG)q which, it just so happens, is Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=MA.

The Gospel is Physics (Newton’s Second Law of Motion)

Physics
Symbol
TermGospel
Symbol
Term
FForceAAgape gravity (God’s love and forgiveness)
MMasspG (M)our weight of sin
AAccelerationqquickening (salvation through faith in Jesus Christ)
– Salvation and Newton’s Second Law of Motion

Popular science (SciPop) is so dead, get over it.


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