Then He turned to His disciples and said privately, “Blessed are the eyes which see the things you see; for I tell you that many prophets and kings have desired to see what you see, and have not seen it, and to hear what you hear, and have not heard it.”(Luke 10:23-24) NKJV
We have a very flippant attitude towards the “scientific” basis of the Christian establishment. That’s because it’s a half-baked capitulation with popular science (SciPop). It’s nothing personal.
One of the things which we all have to bear in mind is that things happen in accordance with God’s will. The truth about God is self-evident such that no one has an excuse not to believe. However, it’s not God’s will to make people believe, we all have free will. This is the reason why there’s a strong delusion which people can choose as an alternative to the truth. It’s called SciPop.
What’s happened over time is that Christian theology has been trying to make it possible to understand the Bible from within the delusion. It works, but only up to a point. That point is knowledge of the fundamental physics of the universe: particle physics and gravitation. This point has been reached, and there’s no longer any reason to try to make the Bible fit the delusion.
We don’t expect you to believe us. You don’t have to. It’s not necessary for you to believe us. We don’t need to be accepted by you or anyone else. We are what we are. By the grace of God, we’re going to continue to be what we can be. Here’s where we are in terms of harmonizing the Bible with the fundamental physics of the universe. All of the items on the following list are physical process which have a solid scriptural foundation.
The Matty’s Paradigm Harmonization
- The broad narrative of scripture
- Faith vs. sight
- Earth history
- A unified theory of everything
- A theory of first cause
- A theory of time
- A theory of gravitation
- A theory of electromagnetism
- A theory of consciousness
- A theory of redemption
- Present day
- Fulfillment of prophecy
We wish that you could see the things that we see. If you don’t, it’s not a problem. We’re not going to interfere with your mission. Don’t interfere with ours.