The Big Picture

What is man that You are mindful of him, And the son of man that You visit him?

(Psalms 8:4) NKJV

July 19

Let’s take a moment and consider what we’ve accomplished in our discussion so far. It’s important to remember the big picture because of the subject matter that we’ll consider in the next few days.

We’re going to work on a very brief synopsis of what has been covered in the work we are calling WHY? Firstly, creation has a purpose:

The purpose of creation is to bring about the permanent physical separation of light from darkness, day from night, good from evil.

– The Purpose of Creation

Not only that, but we have identified the reason for this purpose:

The reason for creation is the manifestation of sentient life with free will.

– The Reason for Creation

This purpose allows us to superimpose particle physics onto the plan of redemption in the development of what we’re calling a biblical narrative for physics. This gives us one of several ways to resolve gravity and the soul. Since gravity is the power over time we can resolve eternity and the heart. This ties in with the Donkey’s Jawbone and Matty’s Paradox because of the way that gravitational time dilation works.

This gets kinda nitty gritty when we realize that our theory of time, gravity, consciousness and the soul gives us the reason why there’s a giant ball of molten radioactive slag at the center of the Earth which is melting the planet from the inside out. We can authoritatively answer the question: “where is hell?”

One of the philosophical ramifications of being able to resolve physics with the Bible is that it means that Romans 1:20, which states that the truth about our creator God is so obvious that no one has an excuse, is a predictive testable hypothesis. Hypothesis 16.

Predictive Testable Hypothesis 16

  • IF the truth about God is self-evident such that no one has an excuse not to believe,
    • AND the Bible gives us an accurate physical description of the origin, history and future of the universe,
  • THEN examination of physical evidence and empirical observations will reveal the truth about God.

Now we seem to find ourselves in the midst of a unified theory of everything, first cause, time, gravitation, electromagnetism, consciousness and redemption. This should go a long way towards answering the question: “what do we need to be saved from?”

If you don’t know already, then this is what you need to do to have everlasting life: Salvation.

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