The Just Proof of God

Volume 1: The Origin of Beliefs

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

First fair map of the world of reason
proves a fair God by design

This book sets the first fair map of the reasonable knowledge system to reveal that the map is a proof for a fair God by design. Three other headline features are below:
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The Book in Short
Book 2 is “The Just Proof of God. Volume 1: The Origin of Beliefs” and puts Darwin in fair perspective.

This book began on the role of conscious mind in physical models at chapter 4. Consciousness has the property of an escape from mechanism. That raises Descartes' matter, mind, God classification of orders of evidence as a proper foundation for science, chapters 2 and 3. It enables a first fair map of the reason system, chapter 1, making the argument for a just God by design of the book title. It is about doing science fairly. Darwin is not true science in a fair court due to neglected fair tests that qualify his approach to reality.

Fair science has 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. Newton cut to spirit by a simple proof for God rediscovered in chapter 6. The Afterward cuts a natural-material-origin as just for case falsifiers. They are nailed in the first map of the world of reason in this book. The book is on sale here.

The Map of Reasonable Knowledge
‘The Just Proof of God’ contains the first fair map of the world of reason for overview of the tree of knowledge. It shows selfish ‘science’ and religion cheating children of a fair education.

The map of reasonable knowledge in this book plainly shows modern ‘science’ is partial. Its scientists look to accountancy in properties of matter and mathematics to yield powers by which tyrants may seek to overrule fair courts. That cheats fair judges and popular hate-crime targets like Jews and gays. If that is undertaken as a use of public funds then a charge of suspected fraud and racism should be investigated by the police.

Why do scientists not adopt scrupulous fair procedures to regulate research? The answer may be the advance of evolutionary scientists who do not know the meaning of ‘fair’. They interpret ‘fair’ as for ‘the fit’ to establish by clever power politics against dissent using ‘the system’. It is about putting new blood on contracts with extensions only for those who please research councils. The denial of a living to this work shows a problem but not to established cult-members. If scholars cannot be trusted to fund or even recognise fair progress without external intervention then they cannot be trusted with public funds.
Contents
Preface xi
Acknowledgements xv
Conventions used in this book xvii

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 p52
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 p68
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 p90
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Consciousness and the Foundation of Science
4.3 Measuring Consciousness: the ReŸex 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 Scientižc Perception
4.10 Science as Another Superstition
4.11 Conclusions

Chapter 5 : Spirit of Objectivity: The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil p104
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 p118
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 p156
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 pxix
Bibliography pxxii
Scripture Index pxxvi
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Newton’s proof for God rediscovered.

Role of properties of mind in scientific models shown- scientists do play god in theories.

The evolutionary universe beyond Darwin’s ‘The Origin of Species’ disproved by fair theory of ‘The Origin of Beliefs’.

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


Book 2 is “The Just Proof of God. Volume 1: The Origin of Beliefs” and towards the end sets Darwin in fair perspective.

This book began around the role of conscious mind in physical models now at chapter 4. It finds that consciousness has the property of an escape from mechanism. That raises Descartes' matter, mind, God classification of orders of evidence as a proper foundation for science now at chapters 2 and 3. That enables the first fair map of the reason system now at chapter 1, making the argument for a just God by design of the book title. It is about doing science fairly. Darwin is not true science in a fair court due to neglected fair tests that qualify his approach to reality.

Fair science has 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. They are nailed in the first map of the world of reason in this book.

Chapter 7 starts a detailed attempt by fair science to deduce a fair theology in scriptures that is refined from many other angles in later volumes.

The book is on sale here.






The First Fair Map of the World of Reason


‘The Just Proof of God’ contains the first fair map of the world of reason for an overview of the tree of knowledge. It shows selfish ‘science’ and religion cheating children of a fair education.

It is a little abstract at first being based on Descartes’ classification of orders of evidence into matter, mind, God. All labyrinths of reason project onto those orders with a little thought. Modern ‘science’ is in a corner of the map not the whole map. The author identifies the key exit arguments or gates that lead out of the pit of modern ;science; firstly to a mind as proper foundation for ‘science’. The order of evidence for the mind of God then has to be fairly treated. That makes the fair map of reason a proof for a fair God by design.

The map of reasonable knowledge in this book plainly shows modern ‘science’ is partial. Its scientists look to accountancy in properties of matter and mathematics to yield powers by which tyrants may seek to overrule fair courts. That cheats fair judges and popular hate-crime targets like Jews and gays. If that is undertaken as a use of public funds then a charge of suspected fraud and racism should be investigated by the police.

Why do scientists not adopt scrupulous fair procedures to regulate research? The answer may be the advance of evolutionary scientists who do not know the meaning of ‘fair’. They interpret ‘fair’ as for ‘the fit’ to establish by clever power politics against dissent using ‘the system’. It is about putting new blood on contracts with extensions only for those who please research councils. The denial of a living to this work shows a problem but not to established cult-members. If scholars cannot be trusted to fund or even recognise fair progress without external intervention then they cannot be trusted with public funds.









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


Preface xi
Acknowledgements xv
Conventions used in this book xvii

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 p52
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 p68
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 p90
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Consciousness and the Foundation of Science
4.3 Measuring Consciousness: the ReŸex 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 Scientižc Perception
4.10 Science as Another Superstition
4.11 Conclusions

Chapter 5 : Spirit of Objectivity: The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil p104
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 p118
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 p156
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 pxix
Bibliography pxxii
Scripture Index pxxvi