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Quantum Theology

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The subject matter of Physics is matter in motion, and the subject matter of theology is man in motion. Though the realms of interactions and dimensions of space of their existences are different, there are many similarities. While Physics has developed into an exact science, theology is not even viewed as a science. Very few have ever tried to tap this similarity to get better understanding of each other.

 Recent advances in Physics have led to the boundaries of knowledge that the theoretical physicists assert that what is seen are made up of what is not seen. Theoretical Physicists have been trying to develop a unified field theory to explain all known phenomena in terms of abstract models whereby the unseen could be made to account for what is seen.

 Heb. 11:3  By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God's command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible.

As such both the fields have common grounds. As far as I know very few have tried to do this comparative study to get further insight into theology. As I grappled with the problems of soteriology, I was compelled to find explanations for the conflicting propositions in terms of Quantum situations where such conflicts are effectively removed.

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