I think science was often seen as the enemy of religion but I think science does exactly what it was designed to do- show limitations in the physical world
. Where science, ends- the spiritual world, which is infinite in its possibilities, is just beginning. Quantum physics only recently began embracing this frontier that the sphere of the mind was interacting with the universe at large, in effect shaping subjective reality. Every miracle recorded by Christ demonstrated a power over material matter-showing matter’s utter inferiority to the larger quantum operation of the universe. The holographic universe certainly fits into this paradigm. In this world, the body carriers the mind but in the world that is to come, the mind will propel the body. Imagine being anywhere merely by thought. In this sense, what we have on Earth is patterns followed by what can be seen as forms in another dimension- holographic projections of spatial templates. The Spirit is the power from God that does allow us to have access to what we call miracles
, another word which means the reality of physical matter, as we understand it, is transcended. I think what’s significant here is Christ always demonstrated that faith, belief in the heart and mind, was the pretext for the miracle. Christ said: "If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you." Matthew 17:20
. Christ relied on God and we can plug into the same source. Adam’s future possiblities were interrupted by sin because the relationship connection between God and man was severed. The Garden of Eden was only a starting point on the pathway to infinity.
In that sense, our physical forms need to undergo transformation to experience this world in all its beauty and infinite possibilities. Transformation of the body follows transformation of the heart but the promise of salvation is freely open to all. The universe is ever in a dynamic state of transformation; creating and recreating itself but I believe the resurrection of Christ was the most important singularity event for the universe to behold. Out of black holes comes the birth of stars but out of the black hole of the tomb of Christ comes the birth of the new universe. "For it pleased the Father that in Him (Christ) should all fulness dwell
." Colossians 1:19. Can we now begin to grasp how important Christ is? He is the whole source of the new Creation.
This world will be ultimately transformed when Christ returns: “And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea
.” Revelation 21:1
. A creator only needs one thing to create- the space to create in
. God is a Creator, and a creator will always be creating…this is only the beginning of how this new universe will began unfolding thoughtout eternity. Imagine the possibilities...Maranatha