+Dan Thering +Amber Thut +David Coulter
Thank you all for the great discussion! I appreciate you sharing holes and flaws you perceive in my writings. I would like to share an updated and restructured response to the original questions for your considerations. If you would prefer to comment more inline, here is the link to the Google Doc -> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V_ix442M3hJJ_0HaJAtUmv9kXYfYSgmqr42tc6BZTeQ/edit?usp=sharing
Which God is being verified?
I will be supporting evidence for God, defined as the person being the pinnacle of living, as the person who is always wanting to be, as well as being, and sharing the means to freely be perfectly patient and kind, even in the face of unjust cruelty, for the experience of limitless happiness with unbreakable peace.
What is the evidence for God?
1a. All lives have needs, and freer forms of life have wants.
1b. When a life doesn’t get what it needs, the life is dying, which is opposite of living, and therefore, the pinnacle of living must include getting everything one needs.
1c. When a life gets what it needs, it experiences contentment, and when a life gets what it wants, it experiences pleasure.
1d. An act which causes contentment through the fulfillment of needs in challenging times is termed patience, and an act which causes pleasure through the fulfillment of a want is termed kindness.
1e. Therefore, the pinnacle of living, no matter the kind of life or the location of the life in or out of the universe, is to have all of one’s needs and wants fulfilled.
1f. Therefore, the life which is getting everything it needs and wants is God because there is nothing greater in life.
2a. The only way for a human to have all of his/her needs and wants fulfilled is to always want to be, as well as be, perfectly patient and kind, even in the in the face of unjust cruelty, to the point of death.
2b. Jesus Christ is the first and only to demonstrate the way for humans to the pinnacle of living, when He wanted to be, as well as was being, perfectly patient and kind, even in the face of unjust cruelty, to the point of death. This was when He embraced unjust crucifixion.
2c. Therefore, Jesus is God because He is the person who is always wanting to be, as well as being, and sharing the means to freely be perfectly patient and kind, even in the face of unjust cruelty, for the the experience of limitless happiness with unbreakable peace.
Why is this “good” evidence?
1. This is “good” evidence because it is accurate, observable, and testable.
2. This is also “good” evidence because it leads followers to experience the greatest amount of happiness with the greatest amount of peace.
Does this method lead to a specific God?
Yes. This method specifically leads to Jesus Christ: The Holy Trinity: 3 distinct persons that are the same person.
The First Person: The person who is always being this without beginning and without end.
The Second Person: The person, who although is always being this without beginning or end, this person is assumed by another person to act outside of this being.
The Third Person: The person who begins being this at a particular instance and then never ends.
Is this method capable of explaining everything?
No. This method is not capable of explaining everything, however it is capable of explaining the means to achieve the experience of limitless happiness with unbreakable peace for an unlimited amount of persons.