Religion and Spiritualism


The Immaterial, False Physical Implications and the GGU-model

Authors: Robert A. Herrmann

Popular attempts to describe behavior within physical science, in non-mathematical terms, are demonstrated to lead to contradictions. How the General Grand Unification (GGU)-model cosmogony eliminates this difficulty is explained. Certain physical science theories often have a negative impact upon theological notions. In opposition to this, a theological interpretation for the GGU-model and General Intelligent Design (GID) have an extensive positive affect upon Biblical interpretations that are applied to the physical world.

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