Calculated contemplation of this conundrum causes considerable clarification concerning the curious cosmology of Christopher.
Did you go and watch V FOR VENDETTA again?It held up rather well to a second viewing for me...
No no yet, have only seen it once :-) As for what this all means, for the past year and a half or so my mind has been led/compelled/something to dwell on the dual realms of science and theology. Nameley, I've been pondering how the universe as we understand it can be reconciled with the notion that it was created by an act of the divine.Well, anyway, at the risk of sounding pretentious... I believe that I may have solved the problem, and have developed a "grand unifying" theory that unites the Judeo-Christian belief in the creation of the universe with science's understanding of the cosmos, without violating (so far as I know of) any precept of either. I really may have figured out how to honestly believe that God did create everything and still find that it violates no law or principle of the physical realm.It ties a *lot* of stuff together: theology, quantum physics, mass and gravity, energy, the concept of sin (believe it or not there may be a physical component to this), what death might *really* be as well as the problems associated with it (will leave this for you to ponder on: there is a big, BIG problem with death and how it works in the universe), a lot of other things. I've gone over all of this with a few trusted people that I know for "peer review": people that would tell me if this is heretical or is going too far or sounds fevered or whatever... and so far none of them has said anything but that it makes absolutely perfect sense.So, I'm debating whether to publish the ENTIRE unifying theory of God and the cosmos on my blog, as intellectual/theological fodder for discussion. And also to see if anyone thinks I really am nuts for having done all this. This is all stuff that I've been working on in one way or another for almost ten years now, since my college days, but it only really got "fleshed out" as a cohesive theory in this last year. Now I'm interested in seeing what others might have to say about it.Can't wait for V for Vendetta to hit DVD so I can check it out again though :-)
Okay, that's deep.Now I've got to go find out what chronolism means :)
It's a word I made up. It's the closest thing I've got that describes "having the quality of time".
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