Thus saith the LORD the King of Israel, and his redeemer the LORD of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God.

(Isaiah 44:6) KJV

We’ve resolved a theory of gravitation with the plan of redemption. It’s part of a unified theory of everything. Redemption is a gift of God’s grace, it’s freely available to all who call upon the name of Jesus Christ.

It’s a free gift to us, but it cost God something. It’s compared to buying a slave out of bondage to set them free. For example: we could pay a slave owner money and take possession of a slave. We can then do anything we want with the slave, including set them free. The only thing that could purchase redemption for us was Christ’s death on the cross, because it was the only thing that could satisfy God’s divine justice.

In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the forgiveness of sins:

(Colossians 1:14) KJV

We’re bound to the Earth by Mosaic gravity (M) because of our corrupt nature. This is holding us down and drawing us into the center of the Earth. Believing in Jesus Christ is the power to overcome M gravity and be set free to go up into eternity in heaven. The missing link is: what part of human nature does gravity act on?

We’ve developed several parallel lines of deduction to conclude that each human soul is a created instance of gravity, a gravity node.

Methods of Deducing the Nature of the Soul

  1. The sequence of creation
  2. Characteristics of the heart
  3. Gravitational waves
  4. General Relativity

A soul is a gravity node with a frequency unique to each individual, it encompasses the scriptural concepts of mind and heart:
– mind: the seat of our consciousness and personality;
– heart: the emotions and passion which drive and motivate us.
Our soul makes us sentient.

Soul, definition

This is how it’s possible for the soul to be transferred into a new body up in heaven or exist in a non-corporeal state down in hell. The complexity of our deduction isn’t weakness, and even though it’s complicated we can be confident that the conclusion we reach is the right one.

Where did you get here from?
1Do I Still Have to ask for Forgiveness?
2February 23rd – The Vanishing Point
– Navigate back to where you came from

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