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Chapter 10 Why quantum mechanics? Because of Judgement Day!

And if your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off and cast I from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell.
Matthew 5:30
Most assuredly, I say to you, he who hears My word and believes in Him who sent Me has eternal life, and shall not come into judgement.
John 5:24
For it is written:
“As I live, says the LORD, Every knee shall bow to me, And every tongue confess shall confess to God.”
Romans 14:11

The first quote from the Bible contradicts the second and third quotes which combined are diametrically opposite in their expectations of Judgement.  One says if any part of you sins cut it off.

Let us face it that means most of us would have to commit suicide to avoid condemnation, to have even a remote chance of entering heaven. As suicide is also a sin, I suspect it would not actually solve the underlying problem, which is that the sin comes from what we think and what we feel about a situation.

Do we feel lustful when we see a beautiful woman in which case we might commit adultery.  Are we starving in a food market in which case we may steal some food?

The latter just says “If you listen to Jesus and believe in the Father then you will never be judged.”  When combined with the third quote which says everyone will be a believer, it means God came to save the whole world.

There are several verses in the Bible, which back up the first view and several verses which back up the view that Jesus came to save all mankind.  These seemingly contradictory views of the judgement day have been a perplexing paradox for Christianity for millennia and have caused rifts in the Church.

However, when the two are looked at through the many worlds explanation of quantum physics and probability waves they are not contradictory at all but a neat way of solving a problem for God.

Adam and Eve like all our young Children had to ask the question “Why?!”  We could not just trust God, this is our original sin.  We had to ask why we could not take it on faith that we have to love God.

So God split heaven in two and sent human’s on a dangerous mission into this multiverse with 4 visible dimensions into this creation based on quantum mechanics to discover why you have to love God even when there was no direct evidence for him. 

We chose to eat of the tree of knowledge and now we have to pay the consequences.

However that leaves virtually all of us falling short of the perfect standards needed for people re-entering heaven.

So God does not split people into good people or bad people.  He splits them by their choices.

The various multiverse theories say there is a universe for each of our decisions.  So in some of those universes we are Christians in some we are not.  In some we repent of our sins and learn to love each other and the whole of existence.  In others we do not

So what God does is cut across the multiverse so that all of us have an unrepentant part which goes to hell.  He takes the repentant half and purifies it and allows it to enter in Heaven.  So each soul is effectively split in two, with the evil inside one’s self left exactly where it chose to be in hell, with the love in one’s life and the love of existence where it decided to be in Heaven.

All of us can rejoice in Heaven for God’s love and join the infinite heavenly host. Rejoicing in our forgiveness as our evil other halves rot in Hell in exactly the place they chose to be and can blame no one for their misfortune other than themselves.

Given this interpretation of events both views are totally important and correct statements.  It is important to avoid sin by choosing love and God, because the more you achieve it the more of you gets to heaven.  However, regardless of how evil you are the probability of you never repenting in any of these branching multiverses is infinitesimally small.  According to the Bible there is no possibility for anyone.

This is what appeared to be a paradox solved. It is why I looked in this direction.  While it is just a theory, hopefully it gives us a better understanding than before.