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A Trinity of Matter?

I've started a new book this week called "God in The Equation". This book is about Albert Einstein and what they term the sci/religion. Basically Einstein created a buzz when he began to formulate a view of science (which many Christians hold) that we're simply discovering for ourselves how a being (God) created the whole thing.

What got me thinking was when I read about Dark Matter and Dark Energy which are forces scientists say complete "known existance" when added to the regular Matter of which you and I are aware. So basically the three substances that make up existance are Matter, Dark Matter and Dark Energy. (Trinity?)

Okay so think about this: Two of three possible forms of matter in existence are unseen. We know of only 1 part of matter that has been seen with the eyes. Sound familiar? If you're a Christ follower we would say that Jesus Christ is the physical revelation of the Trinity. The other two forms are God the Father and the Holy Spirit.

I personally don't view science as an enemy of faith and when I read things like this I am that much more in awe of my God. For all that there is to know about matter (substance of our known existence) we only know about 1/3 of what is out there. In addition we likely don't know the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this revealed matter itself.

Far too many Christians ignore thought about our existance. I've found (at least in my life) many people who don't know the name of Christ think about where they fit into all of existance. Christianity has answers but we sometimes ignore the questions.

Another thought a friend pointed out: Scientists have said that when you look at known matter and draw a scale illustrating size... Humans sit at the center of all scalable creation. Meaning if you go to smaller and smaller elements than humans and you go larger and larger above humans, we sit at the center of known sizes in creation. That thought (should it be accurate) is pretty amazing. I enjoy being awed. Sometimes "educated" people tend to lose the mystery and awe that is God.

Romans 1:20
20For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities ?his eternal power and divine nature have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.

posted by Tally Wilgis @ Thursday, February 24, 2005


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