The paradigm of
The Theory of Eternal Existence
The paradigm of the theory of eternal existence is that the universe began about 13.8 billion years ago in the form of a violent phenomenon. This means that it was created at a specific time. Before that, neither time nor space existed. The emergence of the universe is a sudden appearance of energy permeated by the laws that govern it. This means that all the energy suddenly appeared, which in the emerging space-time began to shape the matter from which the universe is now built. Figuratively, this phenomenon has been referred to as a type of explosion, or the Great Violent Event, a little incorrectly called the Big Bang.
The above Paradigm of the theory of eternal existence supports the axiom that the universe, which came into being at a certain time, did not arise from nothing. What existed before must be a particular state, for according to this axiom every material existence must have a source. Since the universe was created from energy, it is also subject to checking where its source is. The theory of eternal existence assumes that the source of this energy lies in a state beyond time and space.
Thanks to this paradigm, it was possible to assume the existence of the source state of the universe, i.e. a state beyond time and space. This paradigm, in turn, caused the thesis of the theory of eternal existence that this state is completely filled with the Personality and Energy of the First Cause, which the theory of eternal existence calls the Original Being.
(The scientific nature of knowledge creation is expressed in its compliance with the paradigm and with what a given scientific community considers unquestionable and not requiring scientific evidence, i.e. based on axioms).