Theology definition

Book God Of Origin, sheds light on the origin, and the origins of God and of the word god. The book does not have the vocation, nor the claim to undo or remake history biblical. But, despite a small contribution, the horizon widens, thanks to personal sources, and above all thanks to the work of biblical scholars and eminent scholars. Thus, the reader will enrich his knowledge. Regarding the origins of the unique God, we call on the knowledge of Thomas Römer and Jacqueline Chabbi, (fr): ” God of the Bible, God of the Koran ”The duo bring new elements.


Origin of God

To the question: What is the origin of God? let's report the first three results taken from the first Google page:


SWho created God, if God created the universe? 2  What created God? * 3 GOD’S ORIGIN STORY


The visitor will particularly appreciate link 1, documented by ”Rupam Das“. The only one to say without developing: Let us call this God's universe, a super universe, "which religions call heaven".

For information, in France, "Le Point" publishes in its name, "How is God born?" ". We also discover a series of famous authors, such as Freud: "God, an obsessive neurosis? ", By, Jean-Pierre Winter," The invention of the unique God took several centuries ", By Thomas Römer, (interview by Catherine Golliau), etc. We also discover, unknown people, not the least. Their writings surely influence human mentalities without benchmarks. To this end, we can mention: "Jesus, son of God", By Katell Berthelot and Catherine Golliau, etc. There are so many.


The sky is essential

Difficult translation. Of the three links above, who refers to heaven to rightly speak of God? To try to go back to the origin of God, if it were possible, it is essential to take an interest in the firmament. The book, GOD OF ORIGIN, refers to heaven. In fact, it is possible to explain various religious transformations carried out over the millennia, in a clan, a sect, an empire, a dynasty, only if he had, at the beginning, a common thought, idealizing the firmament. This is why, in our time, scholars produce many theses on God and the universe, ignoring the celestial landmarks that make it possible to explain ancient cosmogonies close to the Most High. In my opinion, we cannot explain anything about traditions, if we do not refer to heaven. But beware! Would it still be necessary that all traditions have idealized heaven! Judaism is free from any idealization of heaven. He is not alone.

Difficult translation. There is no trace or vestige of knowledge of the Hebrews. They only left what was later transcribed into books or messages which can only be dated according to the historical probabilities contained in the "Book Of Kings".


Who is the GOD OF ORIGIN book for?

To all of you, and to those who try to explain in vain, the concept of the one biblical God. Likewise, the book is addressed to the believer as well as to the non-believer, to the individual seeking to find his true origin, to all those who seek answers to existential questions with reference to the Bible. Finally, the book GOD OF ORIGIN is also intended for people of science, (Part II), despite gaps in certain subjects. Most learned men forget the sky in their equations, ignoring the Divine, they ignore the essential. The book Dieu D’origin, French author Puccio Pierre, allows us to go beyond the restricted framework of the Holy Scriptures in order to elucidate, thanks to Heaven, the idea of God.

Subjects dealing with the oneness of God are documented in theological books; the authors are often illustrious representatives of Religion. But, the learned theses which result from it, for many, like the encyclicals of John Paul II, for example, (documented only in the introduction), testify above all, to the erudition due to a high level of studies, and of a personal state of mind, to which is added at birth, a spiritual notion or (notion of the spiritual), even its opposite. We cannot judge. Since Vatican II, we will note in passing, a renewed patristic inspiration, influencing the learned Christian moralizing theses, and religious works linked to spirituality ...


Guardians of the Word of God

In summary: would the learned works dealing with religion and spirituality promote the understanding of life beyond death? Never mind, the traditionalists might think. The religious works, masterfully produced by the custodians of "The Word of God", help millions of people around the world morally and spiritually. This is the main. Precisely, thanks to the knowledge of writers who excel in religious theosophy, if one wishes to perfect knowledge, one cannot from the outset consider their writing as absolute truths. On the one hand, even if the author is notorious, and on the other hand, even if the book arouses some interest in oneself.


Pope Jean-Paul II "Karol Józef Wojtyła"

Briefly, let us take, The Encyclical Letter "Dominum Et Vivificantem" of the Supreme Pontiff John Paul II, of his real name: "Karol Józef Wojtyła", on the Holy Spirit in the life of the Church and of the world. - The following is reported only as part of the introduction to the book. -

At the beginning of the first part of the Encyclical Letter, John Paul II explains the term “Paraclete”. What does the term mean? If we refer to St. John, the Paraclete is sent by the Father or he emanated from Him, that is to say, from God, John 14:16: “And I will pray to the Father, and he will give you another comforter… ”

John 14:13: "Whatever you ask in my name, I will do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son ... I will pray to the Father and he will give you another Paraclete, so that he may be with you forever. , the Spirit of truth ".



As mentioned above, the Encyclical Letter of John Paul II has not been the subject of any study in this book. So, in short, we will simply note this: Christendom has equated the "Paraclete" with the Holy Spirit. It is an amalgam. Certainly, Christic theosophy, going hand in hand with theology and philosophy, inspires a class of exceptional people and writers.

But, even if John Paul II was infinitely more learned and witty than one will ever be, his definition of the Paraclete is first and foremost a personal interpretation.

This is why, many things would have to be reviewed, because what could be thought and written, in a time, (as in this book), ultimately only relates to a very personal way of interpreting an event. , a fact, a character, a term, whether it is a truth or a lie.


Holy Scriptures

On the Bible side, the reader will not be left out. Ancient and modern discoveries arouse our curiosity and lead us to question the historicity of the Holy Scriptures ... A good number of stories, likewise, famous people, such as Abraham and Moses, challenge archaeology and history. In short, this book, enriched by the knowledge of writers, specialists in biblical exegete, should not leave the reader indifferent. He will judge. To return to the concept of the one god, even if it means overloading the page a little more, let's learn that the basic (monotheistic) idea had germinated, before the VII-VI centuries. This is the time when the Hebrew Bible was written. The latter is in part, the Old Testament among Christians. At first glance, the Holy Scriptures question by their singularities. The stories are captivating, confusing, almost unpublished, and for the most part, implausible.

Now, would the Holy Scriptures facilitate the understanding of the monotheistic concept? In fact, the Scriptures do not explain much, except to make believe, that apart from the Word of God, knowledge is in vain. Faith is one thing, ignorance is another.



Take Genesis, it is said: God is the creator of heaven and earth. Would that be enough to convince? Now, if we look at the Christian side, we learn that the Catholic Church categorically forbade interpreting the Scriptures, under pain of incurring a divine sentence.

This is why, the Bible taken in the literal sense, has not ceased over the centuries to feed the monotheistic concept Judaic, the one god and his history, at the expense of knowledge outside the Bible. According to the fathers of the Church, it was the same, concerning the history of the Hebrew people, said, elected of "Yhwh", that is, of "God". Biblical history has been interpreted literally, without any thought ever taking place. Now, the history of the Hebrew people belongs to Judaism and comes from the exoteric religion of Hebrew origin practicing Monolatery. That is, to venerate several gods, and to privilege one of them.



It is not because Judaism remains stationary, rooted in a thought intrinsic to its culture - with all due respect - that the seeker is not given the freedom to learn, outside the biblical paths. Indeed, when the seeker ventures beyond the Scriptures, immediately a new horizon appears. In the distance, knowledge shines brightly, and attracts his attention. Long ago, primitive man was the first to have the idea of creating his gods. Wasn't that the start of God? GOD OF ORIGIN provides a realistic view of the Scriptures. The book makes it possible to differentiate a myth from a reality, a belief from knowledge.


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