People say there is no God. People say the universe is an accident. People say intelligence is product of random genetic trial and error. This is not the world in which we live.
Everything in the universe is constructed on a subatomic level of a type of energy called Shekinah, or divine energy. It is the pure essence of life, the most basic form of raw existence. Divine energy only comes from a single source; God. The universal variable, this being's existence says that the laws of physics are conditional. He is the sole source of divine energy, and without Him nothing was made. Without him, life could not exist.
Death is not natural. Death is the result of a severe lack of divine energy. We were cut off from the sole source of divine energy when by deception, we committed defiance. Antishekinah, or sin energy is opposite to divine energy. It is the energy of defiance, death and destruction. When the first humans defied the order of their Creator, albeit through deception, they unleashed a massive shock wave of sin energy into this world. This wave of sin energy resulted in the mutation of the perfect, immortal world into one of danger and destruction. Dangerous creatures, natural dangers and the laws of decay are all a result of the infusion of sin energy.
Sin energy is infused into the very molecules of the universe, irremovable by any means save those of the Creator. It can easily be removed on the spiritual plane, unable to fuse with the structure of the spiritual world. Defying the will of the Creator can be forgiven, and the sin energy that seeps into everyone's soul as it enters their body can be removed.
This is the Divinity Theory, an attempt to make religion palatable for scientists. I could not remember everything I've figured out about the Divinity Theory, but everything lines up. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
this is great
Wow, you were right, this is impressive. I haven't heard it in any christian thoeries though. However, this does make a lot of sense. Being a man of science and religion, I'm still puzzled on how this could make sense in the natural world, but I believe that the theory you've shown me is indeed possible. Well done.
Of course you haven't heard it before, God struck me with this epiphany. The Divinity Theory is my own concept.
Wow. You're, what, a 14, 15, 16 year old? You just explained to me in 1 minute, what it would take a group of the average creation scientists 5 hours to give me the basics of. I have never thought of things this way, and I am VERY intrigued. I'm deffinently going to do some research into the Divinity Theory.