Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Contrary to Nietzsche

The modern world has killed only the nonmaterial God, not the supermaterial and epiphenomenal God. So God is not dead.

“We have killed God by rejecting the transcendent world as the true norm of our moral conduct,” (Dr. Bob Zunjic on Nietzsche) but we have not killed the immanent world of Godhood.

Science may have killed the spiritual world but it has provided, or will one day provide, a supermaterial God by way of evolution.

The divine path is not lost, it is absorbed in the evolution of material life to Godhood.

Therefore, we do not have to give up the religious framework.
We can place meaning in humans as evolutionary bridges to superhumans, Gods, and Godhood, all within the world of material and supermaterial evolution.

Our options are not despair and nihilism. We can even preserve the old faith in the Involutionary Inward Path to the God or Father Within.

Every thing is not “permitted” if we seek not to devolve but to evolve to Godhood through the Evolutionary Outward Path.

Indeed, we ourselves will have to become Gods, but by way of our evolving descendants, not ourselves, so Postmodernism, Nietzsche's heir, is also mistaken in its solipsism.

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