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Wednesday, May 6, 2015
(Edited April 15, 2018 - Proof Two;
Edited April 16, 2018 - Proof Three)


Three Empirical Proofs For God's Existence

"You are a king, then!" said Pilate. Jesus answered, "You say that I am a king. In fact, the reason I was born and came into the 
world is to testify to the truth. Everyone on the side of truth listens to me.” Pilate asked rhetorically, "What is truth?"


Proof One

PART I

(1) To discover  means that which is discovered  already existed; it was merely discovered  by man, though it existed before its discovery; (2) true/fact means there is cognition; therefore (3a) since the makeup of the empirically known universe was discovered  by man to be true/fact, therefore the makeup of the empirically known universe was also true/fact  even before corporeal life existed; therefore we know (3b) there was a cognitive entity that knew the makeup of the universe was true/fact  before corporeal life existed.

When man discovered  the true/factual  nature of the universe, that discovery  was also true/factual  before man made that discovery. So who knew the true/factual  nature of the universe before even corporeal life knew it was true/factual?

PART II

The proof that this cognitive entity, that existed before corporeal life existed in the universe, is God:

Part I informs us that there exists a non-corporeal cognitive entity that always knew the infinite and complex quantum truths/facts underlying the universe. Since this cognitive entity has always been aware of the minute complex realities of the quantum universe without having to think about them, we therefore have discovered God. 

Addendum

The discovery of the proof for God's existence came to this researcher after thinking about Jesus’ reply to the disciple Thomas, "I am the way and the truth  and the life.”

Proof Two

The Law of Beginning

All things in the physical realm have a beginning, therefore the physical realm itself had a beginning, otherwise the physical realm's existence is arbitrary, but the physical realm can't be arbitrary, therefore our attention is directed to the beginning of the physical realm, a beginning that can only be the result of a cognitive entity existing outside the physical realm.



Proof Three


Let There Be Light

If the physical realm always existed, then the physical realm would now be a dark entity, therefore our attention is directed to the beginning of the physical realm, a beginning that can only be the result of a cognitive entity existing outside the physical realm.
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