“Do not drink wine or intoxicating drink, you, nor your sons with you, when you go into the tabernacle of meeting, lest you die. It shall be a statute forever throughout your generations, that you may distinguish between holy and unholy, and between unclean and clean, and that you may teach the children of Israel all the statutes which the Lord has spoken to them by the hand of Moses.”(Leviticus 10:9-11) NKJV
Once we’ve become a Christian, how are we to live? This is a question which Paul was asked, to which a lot of the content of his letters and those of the other New Testament writers is addressed.
How can we live in a way which makes us free of any hindrance to fellowship with the Lord through the power of the Holy Spirit? If we’re alive, then we have to BE alive.
Alive or Dead?
All of these concepts are easily incorporated into our theory of gravity. A (Agape gravity), is being alive. The problem is that we’re bound by M (Mosaic gravity) which is death. We can only be free from M if we’re made alive, q (quickened) by faith in Jesus Christ.
Biblical Gravitation, terminology
|A||Agape gravity||God’s love and forgiveness, anti-gravity|
|G||gravitational constant||a property of A|
|p||phileo gravitational attraction||the attractive force of a body, an effect of A, influenced by desire, lust, pleasures|
|pG||tendency to accumulate into a mass||the total energy of a body, measured by the Cavendish experiment, what popular science (SciPop) calls gravity|
|M||Mosaic gravity||the total pG of the accumulated mass of corruption at the center of Earth|
|g||acceleration due to gravity||a measurement of M|
|q||quickening (everlasting life)||power to overcome M through faith in Jesus Christ|