Regarding the Idea of Evolution and the Idea of Creation
By RE CASTEL
The following conclusions are derived from the idea that the existence always existed and gravitation (the idea that motions cling to motions, as explained in the ebook) always existed.
The infinite cosmos, the organized (cosmic) part of the existence, always existed.
The infinite chaos, the unorganized (chaotic) part of the existence, also always existed.
The infinite order of gods always existed as embodied beings in the organized part of the existence.
The organized part of the existence is the creation of the gods out of the unorganized part of the existence.
God our Father is one of the infinite number of gods in the infinite order of gods that together rule over all existence. God our Father created the world we live in. This world is within the dominion that belongs to God our Father.
According to the idea advocated in the theory of kinematic relativity, the observable mass and energy are naturally brought into the cosmic existence out of the chaotic existence. The observable mass and energy are organized by the gods into the worlds inhabited by sentient beings.
God our Father created man in this world we live in. Notwithstanding all the creatures that lived on earth prior to Adam, God created Adam after His own image. Adam, a son of God, was the first man in this world that God our Father created for His purposes.
God created Adam and all mankind with the purpose of giving mankind immortality and even godhood for those who prove themselves worthy.
The big difference between the idea of evolution and the idea of creation is that:
Obviously, the choice is either the faith in the idea of evolution or the faith in the idea of creation. As for me, the supremely rational and logical choice is the idea of creation – because it is evident, according to both science and religion, that cosmic existence is capable of replication and the cosmos grows, suggesting that its gains are preserved or, in other words, there is immortality.