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God Has A Son

If God exists, then it is said that He must do so necessarily. However, even if infinite regression is taken into account God only understands Himself as necessary, and he can not conceive as we do that we may be contingent - It is a fact that He can not conceive logically of His non-existence. Or can He?

Why would anyone worship a God that does not and can not understand that he may not in possibility exist at all? Does that seem a little unfair, even if we are made in His image to enable us to think He exists necessarily? Doubt and faith go hand in hand and if doubt is not able to be understood, then faith shouldn't be a requirement, should it?

However, God may indeed understand the loss of quality in a removal or lack (privation) of faith if there is a second God in existence that He and His "Father" likewise understand and complement each other's character perfectly. Then God has a reason to demand faith: that the knowledge or "faith" that His Son has in Him is as valuable to Him as any requirement of faith he could ask of us: it being a virtue then for Him to have a Son.

Of course, no ontological argument thus far has justified the uniqueness of God: We should admit however that our previous regression must include God's Son also.

We simply extend (0,1) to (0,1,x,x+1) (from one to two dimensions) where instead of doing maths in remainder two with our transformation, we now do maths remainder two modulo x^2+x+1=0.

You may have noticed the third member "x+1". We consider this the "closure" and we mayand must also consider it a third "God" the Holy Spirit. Likewise with a third God we would need to extend again to incorporate the full closure to

(0,1,x,x+1,x^2,x^2+1,x^2+x,x^2+x+1). We now have seven non-identity transformations with algebra remainder 2 modulo x^3+x+1=0.

Now we simply note that mutiplication is actually cyclic on this structure, i.e. (1,x, x^2, x^3, x^4, x^5, x^6) is also closed (i.e x^7 = 1)

But then we may permute the subgroups of addition to each other cyclically under multiplication also. So, We have a closed system of three 'Gods', One isomorphic to the three members in K4 = (0,1,x,x+1), another to (0,1,x,x+1,x^2,x^2+1,x^2+x,x^2+x+1). and a third to C7 = (1,x, x^2, x^3, x^4, x^5, x^6)

We simply see that the first is a substructure of the second and is preserved under action by the third: it always maps "God" onto "God" without further regression. Then, each individual in His own mind, or "0" (zero) element is at rest and has "clear vision". "zero" for the Holy Spirit is actually the unity, (or "1") element.

Then, each member is necessary to the "fullness" of the other two: although removing two would reduce the system to (0,1) once more. (actually we have also the same if the Holy Spirit remains as unity) then with two Gods we see infinite regression is simply two God's as in combination with odd and even: So they are actually no more than the same sequence and may be considered separate sequences or "copies" of the same individual. There is no sense in which a two member God can exist aside from the third.

As to the math on algebra modulo n, or another prime p as well as with polynomials... that is best left to the mathematicians at this stage: it gets much more complex very much more quickly.

So then the lack of God's Son is privation to Him as following from the loss of the third, as we shall soon see. There is much "value" in God's Son and the Father likewise: God's creation and requirement of faith from His creations are to improve His wealth, and we actually truly benefit from faith in Him. If God had no requirement for faith, why would he save? That is essential. That He has a Son that can "turn off and on again" is also essential, If the Son may exit all existence (i.e. by death) leaving only (0,1) as representing all creation in the eyes of the Father, then the resurrection back to the eight element whole is testimony that God did not lie as far as eternal life for us contingent beings goes. He really can perform the resurrection.


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