Universality of God= Wilderness Cry- Hilary L Hunt MD

IMG_0598 (2)Where do you think God is? There is an entire segment of Christianity (most) that believes God exists in a state separate from His creation; sitting on a throne in “heaven”. They may imagine themselves like little children star-gazing in wonderment at God, or, perhaps, each person has his/her idea about just what their relationship with God is. More importantly, likely, most don’t have a clue as to how the extra-human material world relates to God in eternity.  My philosophy based on  the known scientific make-up of everything  material in existence demands that nothing could exist without Gods Will (Holy Spirit) permeating and sustaining it. That is to say that the existence-giving principle of everything, animate and inanimate is the image of God; His Perfect intellect perceived it and His Will, the Holy Spirit achieves and sustains it. Therefore, when all, is recalled into The Singularity, only God remains. You might ask, what happens to our identity or will we have an identity. If Bible believers are true to their cause, they will have to succumb to John’s assessment; Ch. 3-V. 2 paraphrased ( brothers we know now that we are children of God. What is to come has not yet been revealed, but when it is revealed, we know we will be like Him because we will see Him as he truly is.). Did it ever occur to anyone that only God can see God as He truly is? If John’s assessment be true and, based on known science and sound logical philosophy, I accept %100 that it is, we will have an identity (a mirror image of God). That, of course, precludes any possibility of, Limbo, Purgatory, or Hell.

For a clearer understanding of those concepts, you must read my book Wilderness Cry; Amazon and all on-line book retailers.

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