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Is God the origin of scientific research ?

Autor: Rev Dr J. N’GORAN
Fecha: 18.01.2011
Category: Asociación, Desarrollo del Liderazgo, compromiso Multimedia

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It’s written in the Bible that God is Unfathomable, i.e., that we cannot have, by means of research, access to Him within all the size of His dimensions; even when the Planet Earth itself and all its energetical resources would be utilized as a space-ship to spend billions and billions years to search through the Universe, never we won’t reach Him.

In fact, this unfathomability and this immeasurable greatness of God, have Him be, excellencilly telling, the Supreme Spiritual Being, the most "Nowhere to be found", the most Invisible in the Universe. Again, some things related to Him which knowledge is over all not useful, necessary even salvatory for us for the time being, remain as hidden like Him.

It is why, the book of Deuteronomy 29:29 mentioned that "The secret [hidden] things belong to the Lord our God, but the things revealed belong to us and to our children for ever (...)". The hidden things that, perhaps, could be necessary, but that have not the priority of the Salvation value, are entirely reserved for Him. He reserves for Himself the Absolute Right to be alone to possess the keys of these things as the Absolute Master and Supreme Creator of everything that exists in the Universe. 

Nevertheless, Himself, although He is Unfathomable, when we search Him with a sincere heart, and that He really know it so, He can, according to His willing, let Himself found.

If willy, He sometimes has Himself found by he who searches Him sincerely with or for a pure motive; it’s obvious that we can no more doubt of the firm order He gave by Himself to us in the book of Matthew 7:7 as followed: “(…) seek and you will find (…) For everyone (…) who seeks finds (…)”. Obviously, we can find Him although He’s an Invisible Spirit.

There’s something prior to scientific research. This precondition, is that the profession or ministry of researcher supposes the existence of a “Hider”, the Everlasting God Himself, for it’s written that He was in the beginningIn the beginning God …”; and that His Glory resides in discretion: “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter (…)”, Proverbs 25:2a. It’s then in the beginning that He’d hidden these things that, most of them, represent for us mines, treasures within the whole Universe. Knowing our creatural limits, He’d known in His pre-science until to where our resources can permit us to accede. And there where can reach our space probes; He gives us permission to sound the areas out as much as possible.  It’s our own glory as His wise images to go through research and sound these hidden things: “to search out a matter is the glory of kings”, Proverbs 25:2b.

Palabras clave: Scientific research, Unfathomability, Invisibilty, impossibility to find of God, hidden things, Hider and researcher, transcendantal meditation, astral voyage, divination [other means to reveal without God’s agreement]

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