Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Scientific Monotheism

I practice what I call Torah-centric Philosophy. However, there is another definition of my beliefs that I wanted to talk about.

Torah-centric Philosophy can be alternatively described as a Scientific Monotheism. Let's look at this term in more details.

According to Britannica, Monotheism is defined as "a belief in the existence of one god, or in the oneness of God. As such, it is distinguished from polytheism, the belief in the existence of many gods, and from atheism, the belief that there is no god."

Monotheism characterizes the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and elements of the belief are discernible in numerous other religions.

However, my Monotheism is not religion based. I am not religious. I believe in science, logic and reason. This is why my Monotheism is Scientific, meaning that my understanding of God is being conducted in the manner of science or according to results of investigation by science, practicing or using thorough or systematic methods such as logic, reason and comparative critical analysis of the text.

To put it plainly, I do not really believe in God. I know and I understand God because it makes perfect logical sense to me. 

Science without God and God without Science is a logical fallacy. Therefore, one must use both concepts together to truly understand God and the Universe.

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