Chapter 4

The First Cause

God can be called the First Cause.

But does the First Cause still have its "own" cause?

I am asking such a logical question, because everything, even the universe, should have its cause.

The scientific universe is described as space-time, where everything is interconnected, creating a chain of causality.

However, in a state beyond time and space, where time does not pass and there are no points of attachment, such a chain of causality does not work.

Because God exists beyond time and space, He is not subject to the principle of causality functioning only in space-time. There is therefore no "His own" reason. In summary, God is a perfect and absolute God with no beginning or end, and therefore cannot have any "His" cause.

He, Himself is the absolute First Cause

 

To complete these statements, I refer to the following chapters:

Chapter 5 - The Creator – The Original Being

Chapter 6 -. The Omnipotence - Energy of the First Cause

Chapter 7 - The Universe reside in Original Being

Chapter 8 - God’s Perfection

Chapter 9 - God - Absolute Goodness

 

 

 

 

 

Essenceism -

Analytical system of understanding the existence of God, the spiritual world and man's eternity

This website presents the contents of the books about the analytical system called essenceism        that shaped the Theory of Eternal Existence

 1. Essenceism 1 - “God is not from this world”- (scientific understanding of God)

 2. Essenceism 2 - “We are from this world”- (understanding of man towards God)

 3. Essenceism 3 - “Evil is from this world”- (understanding of evil)

 4. Essenceism 4 - “Vision not from this world”- (understanding of salvation)

 5. Essenceism 5 - “Eternity is not from this world”- (understanding of eternity)

 6. Essenceism 6 - “Unreal gods from this world”- (understanding of religions)

  7. Essenceism 7 - “Love from this and not from this world- (understanding of love)