Saturday, April 28, 2018

"For the earth bringeth forth fruit of herself" - God is above Mathematics


God is above Mathematics

If everything in this world began with the Big Bang, every mathematical laws were generated at the time.

And people have been trying to discover these laws, including the Pythagorean theorem.  But how could these laws be generated in the explosion of energy that generated time and space in this world?  Could many complicated and well organized mathematical laws be generated in the explosion of energy leading to generation of material, while these laws are not material.

It meant that mathematical laws had already existed when the Big Bang occurred.  Even physical laws are thought to have been existent prior to the Big Bang.  Without guidance of the physical laws, energy could not have moved anywhere in the Big Bang.  And the physical laws needed mathematics.

So, it is naturally considered that there was somebody who had created these laws before this universe was generated.  And, it is natural to call this somebody God.  It also means that God must have continued to exist if the Big Bang had not occurred.  Therefore, God is not subject to these laws.  Accordingly, it is not right to try to grasp the true status of God through mathematics.  As the theory of sets is a part of mathematical laws, it is not appropriate to apply this theory to God.

For example, we may try to create a set that includes all the aspects of God, but it does not show the real status of God.  Or we may try to create a perfect set that includes God.  However, the set must show discrepancy like the divine trinity theory, since we are trying to put God under the concept of sets while God is above any sets.

The concept of God is above mathematics.  Therefore, it is absurd to uphold the divine trinity theory, since the theory tries to define God using a kind of mathematical concept.     

If we do not know mathematics, we should not violate God's dignity.

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Mar 4:28 For the earth bringeth forth fruit of herself; first the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear.
Mar 4:29 But when the fruit is brought forth, immediately he putteth in the sickle, because the harvest is come.