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Jack jacked it up
I have some difficulty with religions that seem to personify a thing, I reckon. I get in trouble with the Christians when I go here, but here I go again ...
Whatever you want to call it, I think of it is a force -- pardon my scientific bias please! It can be defined as the Power Source?
If Einstein was right, and God doesn't play with dice, and randomness and chaos are neither, as is furthered by some more modern Mathematical and Physical postulates, then how was it all put together?
OK, so they didn't know about all the things we do, back when the theologists groped for explanations to their surroundings. It doesn't mean that what they wanted to tell us was wrong, they just lacked good information and apparently their imagination filled in too many gaps -- sounds very typical of how the mind operates, always forcing a relationship! That leaves a lot of religion stuck in an old out-dated and ignorant position, which is indefensible, in today's age of knowledge, I think.
A scientific approach, maybe? -- don't be so afraid, follow me: Some Physicists have extended the idea of quantum theory to include harmonic levels of existence, which is a natural extrapolation of the natural law. (Another set of worlds, with simultaneous moments of existence -- they get heavy into possibilities, once they come to the notion of jumping energy levels or shells).
Natural Law has provided similar rational themes throughout the creation and exploration of life. The real truth is much more intricate, complex, rational, detailed and more interestingly beautiful, than any man has ever written -- in fact, man could not have written it, because we don't even have it all sorted out!
Which brings me to this point -- is your mind really capable of encompassing the vision or notion of something that is beyond its ability to understand, much less describe? The force of God must be power. Omnipotent!
And, if omnipotent, then omnipresent and omniscient as well! But what do we know of what God might or might not be thinking? Can we really ask another man? -- and, why should we?
So, then, we study that power -- what are its patterns and themes? Is it a single source? Does it have intent and purpose?