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Newton’s Third LawFor every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Just as a man enters into his wife, and out from his wife life is created, so God creates all things through Jesus.
It's good to see the King James bible still being quoted - truly a work of artistic genius compared with the limpwristed prose of "modern" versions.
Therefore, replace an Inwards force onto "Anti-Spacetime" with an Inwards force onto God the Son.Now, if God the Son can be considered an object and if Spacetime may be considered an object, is the remainder of the theory plausible?
And the notion that God creates all things through Jesus is obviously nonsense because an awful lot of things were created before Jesus.
Just a final thought. In space no one can hear you scream, so no sound, so no Big Bang.Big flash? Let there be light?
MolonLabe, that is not a quote as far as I know. I was simply trying to use an analogy to more expressly connect "Through him all things were made." with the proposed theory. I should have clarified that.
I think that there is considerably more in your post that you need to clarify, to be honest. Tell me: why should we believe everything written down in ancient manuscripts? I studied quite a few of them, and the religious ones are totally unsubstantiated works of fantasy. Try reading the Orphic ones. Why should we take those manuscripts seriously which you happen to select? There are plenty others.
If there is an object that exists through itself (as proposed in the role of the Son in the relationship of the Trinity), what would result from an Inwards force onto said object?
Science tries to present processes in a neutral way to make it understandable by everyone whatever their religious beliefs.