Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universalism

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Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universalism

Postby Alex Smith » Sat Apr 30, 2011 3:37 am

Whilst looking for other EUs on the internet to invite to this forum, I came across:
On The Liberation Front, Frank A Mills wrote:LIBERATION = "TO BE SET FREE" ... from dogma
... systems that exclude in the name of God
... from narrow-minded thinking

Christianity for today rooted in Quantum Theology, Christian Universalism, and sustainable living.

An inclusive, thinking (and questioning) non-dogmatic discussion for those who are not sure what they believe, but lean toward Jesus and his teachings, or are just simply exploring the existence of God. Or perhaps you do know, but still question and resist narrow-mindedness.
Anyway, I had an interesting email conversation with Frank, hopefully one day he'll be able to join the discussions here :)
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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby Melchizedek » Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:43 pm

What the heck is Quantum Theology? :?
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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby Alex Smith » Wed Jun 01, 2011 9:44 pm

Melchizedek wrote:What the heck is Quantum Theology? :?
Beats me :lol:
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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby Melchizedek » Thu Jun 02, 2011 2:16 pm

Er, maybe it's theology packaged in little packets of light?... :mrgreen:

Sounds like an interesting concept, at least from the title. :ugeek:
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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby corpselight » Fri Jun 03, 2011 5:27 am

i must admit, quantum theology appeals to the sci fi geek in me! :D
though it also sounds very ...fast. for some reason lol

i've had a limited exposure to Celtic Christianity, but i've been attracted to it. it, i believe, is the very loving and beautiful and natural Christianity which the Celts seem to have embraced before they were Catholocised. the facts are shrouded in the depths of time (fantasy geek taking over now :D ) so it's possible they weren't as good as they have been glamourised to be, but still, it's interesting...
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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby corpselight » Fri Jun 03, 2011 5:28 am

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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby jamesbdunn » Sun Jan 17, 2016 1:39 am

My Belief - QES

God versus a Technological Singularity
http://technologicalsingularity.pbworks.com/

Quantum Theology is linked to the only religion that reveres God's Works (everything not touched by man); aka Science. But how?

Axiom of Choice extended to include Relativity
http://vixra.org/pdf/1402.0041v1.pdf

Religions in-general want to link to an innate belief; but why... how?

Humanity is only 30,000 years old technologically; only recording tech within the last 5,000 years, and, only 1,000 years old of any organized significance studying God's Works (physics). Religions study man's works, Science attempts to remove man from the understanding of God through God's Works. Science is not perfect, the beliefs held are carried on from teacher to student. Very infrequently, the student finds a foot hold to step towards truth.

Man ONLY knows one truth: Something Exists. Every other perspective (set of mutually supporting relationships) is based in partial understandings. That which we believe is always inconsistent incomplete and/or inconsistent; to include all religions and areas of science.

Anyone who claims to "know", is deceiving themselves. Humans can ONLY hold partial perspectives within their small minds. Relying on others based on unfounded faith, to avoid the pain of research and discovery, is an act to ensure ourselves and our children never find an alliance with God's Works.

Common Sense is more than a catch phrase, it is the basis for sharing Respect; and acquiring self-respect.

How Respect Works
http://respect4all.pbworks.com/

If a system of beliefs does not provide everyone with the potential to earn Respect willfully, and with the developed mental skills not to be easily manipulated, then the system of beliefs was likely created to enslave the masses under the regime of a mafia; not enlightenment.

Such are the simple relationships of my beliefs; an endeavor to eliminate contradictions, to relate strongly to God's Works.

What are your beliefs?
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Re: Linking Quantum Theology, Celtic Christianity & Universa

Postby Paidion » Sun Jan 17, 2016 8:53 pm

Doesn't sound much better than Phlogiston Theology.
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