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International Journal Of Chemistry, Mathematics And Physics(IJCMP)

A Theological Approach to the Simplest Mathematical Explanation of the Dynamics of the Temporal Universe

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka


International Journal of Chemistry, Mathematics And Physics(IJCMP), Vol-6,Issue-6, November - December 2022, Pages 7-10 , 10.22161/ijcmp.6.6.2

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Article Info: Received: 30 Oct 2022; Received in revised form: 20 Nov 2022; Accepted: 25 Nov 2022; Available online: 30 Nov 2022

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Guided heuristically by the theism of ancient Egypt where religion underpinned cosmology, to explain the dynamics of the temporal universe (gravitation, rotation, and translation), this paper starts from the existence of individualities and the law of causality to build a cosmological argument, into a natural systematic theology (NST). According to this NST, God (the greatest possible being) includes the creator as one of his celestial manifestations. One deduces from the NST that, manifesting an individuality included in the indivisible and immutable God, the creator expresses the fullness of the Most High in an individual manner. This fullness (the Logos) is thus, like God, a constant power working in the creator. The existence of the temporal universe in God requires the existence of a principle of the mutability of God at the occurrence of creation ex nihilo; in accord to the law of causality this principle must greater than God, which is impossible. Moreover, the existence of creation outside of God implies an entity greater than God including him and creation, this is also impossible as God is the greatest possible being. Therefore, the temporal universe exists in the temporal consciousness of the creator as a mere appearance of, or perspective on, the celestial reality. Thus, the NST dictates the existence of an absolute space-time that includes the Euclidean space-time known in Newtonian physics and corresponds to the temporal consciousness of the creator. The NST proves that to create, the creator had first to leave the eternal plane for the temporal one. Then on, as a constant power, the Logos impels the creator to accelerate back toward the celestial-eternal level. This isotropic acceleration of the creator causes the absolute space-time to accelerate towards its nothingness, its non-existence in the celestial realm. Therefore, this background acceleration of the absolute space-time is the simplest, exhaustive, deterministic, and mathematical explanation of the dynamics of the temporal universe (gravitation, rotation, translation). This explanation offers the advantage of using elementary notions of algebra and analysis and the result applies to the astronomical level as well as to the subatomic one.

Cosmological argument; gravitation; rotation, translation; cosmology; natural systematic theology; isotropic acceleration.

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