The Just Proof of God

Volume 1: The Origin of Beliefs

The Just Proof of God. Volume 1: The Origin of Beliefs.

This book applies Descartes’ classification of evidences to map our knowledge system as a flowchart in research paths. That may help students with study choices, and courts with fair trials on reality. It includes the path that Judaic religion claims to provide, Deuteronomy 16, 19-20, for rights theology to be proved in fair trials. To ignore that path may be anti-Semitic but also homophobic. The back cover to 'The Just Proof of God' Volume 1 The Origin of Beliefs' shows how to prove Darwin's 'Origin of Species' is not general in court as reality is spiritual. Research to enable strategic fair trials is a priority for fair use of resources. By ‘scientific’ negligence, the right to truth by fair trial may be in dispute.

The Just proof of God maps our rational knowledge system to assist fair trials on reality. A complete map must cover all orders of evidence, and labyrinths of reason that bestride the orders, and gates or exit arguments that lead between labyrinths.
Finding the true terms to our existence is a life and death issue as chapter 6 reminds. The value of opinions about reality rests on whether they are backed by a universal or global theory of the map so that the opinion may be said to be justified or sane. Modern science is not justified as it ignores orders of evidence and labyrinths of reason in order to model a natural cosmology. The overview that the map provides makes obvious that natural cosmology cannot abide with fair trial scrutiny.

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Book Contents for ‘The Just proof of God: Volume 1: The Origin of Beliefs’


Preface xv
Acknowledgements xxi
Conventions used in this book xxiii

Introduction: The Law of Just Reason p1

Chapter 1: Overviews : The Map of Proof for a Personal God within Science p14
1.1 Introduction to Proof
1.2 The Spiritual Setting for God‘s Word and Proofs
1.3 Partial Objections to Proof: Violence, Fear, Faith
1.4 Proofs and Courts and Education
1.5 The Map of Proof and Justice
1.6 Eight gates out of a Godless Reality‘
1.7 Gate 1: the Limits of Logic: Conscience, God and Sin
1.8 Gate 2: Science and Objective Experimentation
1.9 Gate 3: Science as Faith by the Hard‘ Science Route
1.10 Gate 4: Consciousness and Mind: the Fabric of Existence
1.11 The Irrational Development of Science
1.12 Gate 5: A Rational Basis for religion by Matter, Mind, God
1.13 Gate 6: Evil from a Negligent Science
1.14 Gate 7: Art, Religion, Science, Evolution and God
1.15 Gate 8: Supernatural order of Blessings and Curses
1.16 Need for Salvation: a Fact of Life?
1.17 Implications of Proof for God

Chapter 2 : Matter, Mind, God- The First Principles p50
2.1 Introduction
2.2 First Steps: God is competent and Orderly
2.3 Dežnition of Good: the problem of Evil and Relatedness of Life to
2.4 Evil, Knowledge and Chaos
2.5 The Ethical Principle for Knowledge Systems
2.6 Science and the Ethical Principle
2.7 Relatedness and Life‘s Place: the Messiah
2.8 Relatedness and Evil: the State of this World
2.9 The Biblical Picture
2.10 Interim Conclusions: Knowledge

Chapter 3 : Matter, Mind, God: A Personal God p64
3.1 Personal Identity: Conscious and Subjective
3.2 God: the Source of Consciousness
3.3 Subjectivity and Relatedness to God
3.4 Subjectivity, Decisions and Conscience
3.5 The Shared Grounds and God‘s Order for Self-Determination
3.6 Good or Evil Nature, Repentance and religion
3.7 The Commandments: Love God and Neighbour
3.8 True and False Religion: Evil and Pollution
3.9 The Devil and Hell
3.10 God‘s Salvation and Religion
3.11 God‘s Justice by First Principles
3.12 The Atonement
3.13 Identity: Privacy within a Pattern to Existence
3.14 Science and the Pattern to Existence
3.15 Science and the Question of God‘s Existence
3.16 Conclusions

Chapter 4 : Consciousness: an Escape from Mechanism p84
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Consciousness and the Foundation of Science
4.3 Measuring Consciousness: the ReŸflex Model
4.4 Conscious or Unconscious Processes?
4.5 Consciousness as Escape from Mechanism
4.6 Science‘s Mechanical Ladder to Consciousness
4.7 Consciousness as Fundamental
4.8 Properties of Mind are Fundamental
4.9 The Modern Scientižfic Perception
4.10 Science as Another Superstition
4.11 Conclusions

Chapter 5 : Spirit of Objectivity: The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil p96
5.1 The Objective World and Possession
5.2 Forgetting God in Objective Reality
5.3 The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil Spirits
5.4 Clinical Science and the Life of Spirits
5.5 Miracles and Science and curse-discounts
5.6 Power and God‘s Order
5.7 Objectivity is not a Just Concept
5.8 Science and Objective Dogma
5.9 Personal Spiritual Spaces
5.10 Conclusions

Chapter 6 : The Origin of Beliefs: Sanity: a Dedication to a Deity for Life p109
6.1 Introduction to Sane Thought
6.2 A devil is to deny a god and so Sanity Clauses
6.3 A devil calls to Crimes against Life
6.4 Sanity Fair: Death is of a devil‘s Jail for the Unjust
6.5 The Origin of Beliefs: in Matter or Spirit?
6.6 The Bible is a Rock Deftly set against its Devil
6.7 Vanity unfair: a General Devil‘s Motive & Tactics to Beset sanity
6.8 The Devil‘s Cause: a Resume
6.9 The Devil‘s Cause is a Progressive Science
6.10 Satanic Trials in Life: the Problem of Good and Evil
6.11 Sanity and Megalomania
6.12 Philosophers as Agents of Power Struggle
6.13 God‘s or the Devil‘s Power? Consent by Tests
6.14 Universal or Fair Love must Triumph to Bring Sanity
6.15 Paths to Sanity are for or against God
6.16 The Deity Implied by our very Existence
6.17 The Messiah as the Blueprint for Creation
6.18 The Satanic Blueprint for Creation
6.19 Conclusions

Chapter 7 : God‘s Word-:The Eternal Covenants to Life and Death p143
7.1 Seeking the Tree of Life
7.2 Religious Evolution
7.3 Spirits as Guardians and Accelerators of our Nature
7.4 The Covenant to Death with Satan
7.5 The Place of Natural‘ Selection in God‘s word
7.6 The Trial between Satan and God: Job‘s Test
7.7 Noah‘s Test: the Flood and Origins
7.8 Abraham‘s Test: God‘s Covenant to Abraham
7.9 Moses‘ Test: God‘s covenant of Law
7.10 The Messiah‘s Test
7.11 The Spirit to war with our sinful nature doppelgänger
7.12 Summaries: Divine Law and Covenants to God
7.13 Summaries: the Personal Spiritual World
7.14 Summaries: Covenants & questions of faith or spirit
7.15 Summaries: Testing scripture for Validity

Afterward: The General Theory of Reality pxxv
Bibliography pxxx
Scripture Index pxxxiv

The Science to ‘The Just proof of God: Volume 1’ in Short


This book began around the role of conscious mind in physical models which is now at chapter 4. It finds that consciousness has the property of an escape from mechanism for research. That raises Descartes' matter, mind, God classification of orders of evidence as a proper foundation for science now at chapters 2 and 3. That enabled the first fair map of the reason system now set at chapter 1, to make the argument for a just God by design of the book title. This is about doing science fairly. If scientists believe in selfish survival science, they may only research fairly to a degree that courts impose.

Darwin is not true science in a fair court due to neglected fair tests that qualify his approach to reality as the book cover raises. Fair science needs to test all ‘science’ & religion for fair order. To limit it to testing just lower life imbrutes or unmans science as a false use of ‘The Origin of Species’. True science is actually first ‘The Origin of Beliefs’ on if our beliefs share a beastly-material or godly-spiritual origin which is in chapter 6. Newton cut to spirit by a simple proof for God rediscovered for chapter 6. The Afterward cuts a natural-material-origin as just for case falsifiers.

The first 6 chapters justify the hypothesis of God fairly. Chapter 7 starts a detailed attempt to deduce a fair theology by scriptures that is refined from many other angles in later volumes. That research path led to Rights Theology now referred to on the back cover. It may make it possible to see that natural cosmology involves popular hate crimes that courts try to tackle.




Rights Theology is Fair Trial Theology


Moses heads the Judaic branch religions by asking fair trials as a general path to truth in Deuteronomy 16, 19-20:

Do not pervert justice or show partiality. .. Follow justice and justice alone, ...

The above exemplifies a crown verse of scripture to take precedence over how other verses are read if there is to be a fair Judgement Day, Psalm 98. It implies that to understand scripture fathoms a system of contractual justice under which it is given. That Justice is in account of all legal parties to mortal life so to lose angels, demons and other spirits may lose much of the sense to it, Job 38, 4-7. This Volume reaches a starting point for fair trial or contractual theology at chapter 7, though chapter 1 has an introduction on the contractual law to surface from chapter 7 onwards at section 1.2.

If Jews really stand for fair trials (I had a Jewish grandfather) then we can see modern science is anti-Semitic as follows. Kosher science is not to cherry pick data in a field to falsify a theory, or, cherry pick fields to falsify natural cosmology. To model a universe to omit Moses is false, anti-Semitic, if a fair trial ruins it. Thus, to seek power by partial and fallible scientific criteria, not fair trials, risks descent of man to a master race that wars to rid of fair Jews to survive, and cheats their path to truth. After WWII, Gentiles may owe Jews a fair trail on whether Jews bear witness to high legal science above life? Moses heads a research path in prophesy to a promised land of fair theology for end times, Daniel 12, 9−10. It only outs by fair trial discipline around an atonement for sin, Isaiah 1, 15− 20 etc.. The object of the path is to offer a choice to divide life between genocidal cult tyrannies or the just reading of ‘God’s word’ fit for a fair court, Psalm 98, Isaiah 30, 10−13. Where is that path today?

Jesus of course asks a fair trial by Jews, Matthew 5, 17-20, and at 1 Cor. 6, 1−6 to define ‘sexual immorality’ fairly at 1 Cor. 6, 9. Humility and great care is needed if false teaching on sexual morality is sexual immorality. In 1 Cor. 6, sexual hate crime turns church to a sexually immoral body tested by ill health, Luke 5, 31, Psalm 32, 9. My book: ‘The Fair Rights Foundation to Science and Theology’ gifts a case to courts that God and Jesus back LGBT rights. Sex for rights is God’s object if our path to fair court readings that Jews await, Isaiah 28, 11−13 & 29, 13− 24. Natural ‘science’ can research only natural paths to risk anti-Semitism and also homophobia, see the cover.

Rights theology does not neglect spirits most religions report if they are legal parties to our life and tribes, see back cover. By selfish nature we may fear a false ‘God’, James 2, 9−10. On deeper analysis, that devil tyrannises life by a global society of spirit forces to depress or corrupt dissent to death, Mark 14, 32-36. School children then face depression and some may find relief from suicidal feeling in an angelic house for LGBT rights, see cover. That love, not love of selfish ‘science’ / ‘theology’, may mandate a fair God at Psalm 98, Jer. 8, 9, 1 Cor. 1, 20, 2 Cor. 5, 10.

This is such a change in how the world is viewed that it likely must be for courts and fair trials to lead in a battle to establish truth of this kind. But surely, everyone in a civilised society is entitled to be taught what reality a fair court or trial would back if it was free to judge?