Thursday, April 25, 2019

"For he that hath, to him shall be given" - The Black Hole and God

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The Black Hole and God

It is true that there have been some people who believed that they actually saw God.

Abraham saw angels of God.  Jacob wrestled with an angel, the representative of God.  Moses saw at least a back shot of God.  And, Christ Jesus must have seen God as His Father.  In addition, Muhammad heard the voice of an angel of God.

Or who could see God in the Black Hole of the M87 galaxy?

At the beginning of this material universe, all the materials or substances, including all stars, planets, molecules, and atoms, were compressed in a very tiny space of, say, with the diameter of 10 to the negative 33rd power cm.  Therefor the space naturally started to expand in a explosive way.  And it has become the present size with the diameter of more than 13.8 billion light years.  In addition it is still expanding at an accelerated rate with 300 billion galaxies, each with 300 billion fixed stars or solar systems.

So at the beginning of this material universe, a tiny but super mighty black hole might have been created.  In this case, no explosive expansion of the original tiny space must not have happened, which means that Milky Way Galaxy, our solar system, and our earth should not have been created.  But as they actually exist now, the expansion must have started at a rate faster than the light speed.  There should not have time to form a black hole.

This is the first decisive moment and restrictive condition for this material universe to be created.  The present material universe might have turned to be a black hole the moment this universe emerged from the vacuum energy 13.8 billion years ago.  In this context, the light speed at which or more the space began to expand is faster and stronger than power of darkness leading to a black hole.

This universe was created by God, which we had better assume.  God must have been present at the moment of creation of the universe.  So, if we had been able to see through a black hole, we might be able to see a record of the shadow of God who had been supervising the creation of this universe.

Like the earth and other planets are circling around the sun, all the fixed stars (suns) in a galaxy must be circling around a huge black hole at its center as observed in the M87 galaxy.

So, if we had been able to see through a black hole, we might be able to see at least remnants of an angel of God who was in charge of supporting the creation of this material universe therein.

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Mar 4:25 For he that hath, to him shall be given: and he that hath not, from him shall be taken even that which he hath.
Mar 4:26 And he said, So is the kingdom of God, as if a man should cast seed into the ground;

Monday, April 22, 2019

"neither was any thing kept secret" - What Made God Send His Son to the Human World


What Made God Send His Son to the Human World

Confucius was borne in China in 551 B.C.  Construction of the second temple in Jerusalem began around 537 B.C.   Socrates was born in Greek in 469 B.C.  The Buddha was born in India in 463 B.C.

These are main events about 500 years before Christ Jesus came to the human world.  It was these events that God had observed before He decided to send His Son Christ Jesus to the human world.

However, as it is assumed that God could see future of the mankind, He must have observed also the future of the mankind not only their past.

The Western Roman Empire collapsed in 476. In Arabia, Muhammad was born in about 570.  In China, the Sui dynasty was established after 300 years of turmoil in 581, and subsequently after 30 years, the Tang dynasty was built on Confucianism in 618 and prospered for the following 300 years.  In India, the Vardhana dynasty was established where a notable monk came from the Tang dynasty to study Buddhism and collect Buddhist scriptures.  In Japan, Buddhism was officially imported in 538.

God must have foreseen these future incidents before He sent Christ Jesus to the human world.

So then, what made God send His Son to the human world around AD 1 while He must have observed both the then past and future incidents?

For this purpose, we should see incidents in the 1st century BC and AD.
60 BC: Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great, and Marcus Crassus form the First Triumvirate

44 BC: Assassination of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March.

37 BC: Herod the Great becomes king of Judea.

27 BC: The Roman Senate votes Octavian the title of Augustus. Augustus eventually assumes all authority formerly held by the Roman senate becoming the first emperor.

4 BC: Judea annexed to the Roman province of Syria after the death of King Herod.

AD 43: Roman conquest of Britain begins. London is founded (although it could have existed centuries before this date).

AD 44: Death of Herod Agrippa.

AD 41 – 54: Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka first write down Buddha's teachings, creating the Pali canon.

AD 64: Great Fire of Rome, first Roman mass Persecution of Christians, earliest significant recognition of Christians in Rome.

AD 66 – 73: First Jewish-Roman War.

AD 70: destruction of Herod's Temple in Jerusalem by the Romans under Titus.

AD 79: Pompeii and Herculaneum destroyed by eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

There must be a critical incident that persuaded God to send His Son to the human world around AD 4.

However, for us who have been alive around 2000, it should look more meaningful that Abraham had left Ur in Mesopotamia 2000 years before the emergence of Christ Jesus, since we now live 2000 years after the emergence of Christ Jesus.  It seems more important for God to give significance to these periods over 2000 years. 

Conversely, every incident before and after the emergence of Christ Jesus must have been designed, planned, and generated by God to fit for the 2000-year period theory.

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Mar 4:22 For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.
Mar 4:23 If any man have ears to hear, let him hear.