Price: $9.99 (eBook)
Symbolic theology that clarifies scripture, the creation, and brings together the bible, science & philosophy. Explains the foundation of the search for Ultimate Truth.
For too long the true understanding of the Bible has been lost. Even in organized religion, men have reduced scripture to surface interpretation. But, in actuallity, the bible reveals many mysteries of science, mathematics and all other scholastic disciplines. Until now, no one has truly investigated the bible for the deeper messages that describe God's nature, the "Why" of the life, martydom and ressurrection of Jesus, nor what all of those precious metals, miracles, and artifacts actually mean on a deep spiritual level.
We have reduced God to our own understanding rather than elevating our minds and intellects to His. The bible is the most advanced book ever written because it was given to man as the foundation of learning.
In Pense and its subsequent titles, I will explain what we have missed in the creation event; The Big Bang, biblical evolution of man and beasts, where life actually began on earth, etc. In these events, scientific discoveries nearly parallel scripture.
Also, the patterns in which the bible is written, its references to light and darkness, the teachings of Jesus, all show patterns of orderliness that can be found in physics, mathematics and other scholarships.
In scripture, by purposeful design, it is more comprehensible to reference God as moving. The natural follows the spirit like a ghost crawling in the dust and upon the wall. Because of this is the physical a dim shadow of the spirit and cannot express even the vaguest thoughts of the mind, such as the quality of love from one to another, the amount of joy felt, or the actual depth of sorrow. A shadow cannot show the lines of the smile when it is cast from one who laughs, and neither can the physical express those things of the depths of the spirit, even when these things are bursting the soul. It is enough for me, and I am convinced of the assuredness, that if I press toward the goal of The Beautiful, that I will, in that existence of purity apart from the dullness of the physical, be able to communicate and understand the quality of loves, to express the things, as common, that we as men decline in intellect and toward dull wit as to say, "If you could only read my mind."