Ui and God


The major premise is pantheistic, God is not pantheism. There is a difference between theism and pantheism. Theism transcends the material.

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  1. David Suskin 12/12/2017, 1:29 am:

    If the CO is the result of deductions from the MP, is chiropractic an effect of pantheistic origins unless theism is incorporated into its design and purpose at onset? When you exclude does meaning change to a fault?

  2. Claude Lessard 12/12/2017, 10:20 pm:


    Is the law of aerodynamic an effect of pantheistic origins? Is the law of organization an effect of pantheistic origins?

  3. David Suskin 12/12/2017, 10:47 pm:

    If P11 is deduced from P1 and the MP is pantheistic and the law of aerodynamics is a physical law then within the limit of not going apriori before the MP, yes the law of aerodynamics is pantheistic. As far as whether the law of organization is an effect of pantheistic origins, that is a theistic question and beyond the context of chiropractics definition (non theistic). If the determination is to delve into this matter without condemnation I suggest as per ex nihilo argument and cause and effect, a theistic creation of the MP law can be entertained with

    • Claude Lessard 12/12/2017, 11:39 pm:

      Thank you for the clarifications. I withdraw the questions. 😉

  4. Matt Allen 12/13/2017, 12:39 am:

    Could the MP be panentheism?
    Col 1:17 And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together.
    Eph 4:6 one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.

    Panentheism (meaning “all-in-God”, from the Ancient Greek πᾶν pân, “all”, ἐν en, “in” and Θεός Theós, “God”) is the belief that the divine interpenetrates every part of the universe and also extends beyond time and space. Unlike pantheism, which holds that the divine and the universe are identical, panentheism maintains a distinction between the divine and non-divine and the significance of both.

    In pantheism, the universe and everything included in it is equal to the Divine. In panentheism, the universe and the divine are not ontologically equivalent. God is instead viewed as the soul of the universe, the universal spirit present everywhere, in everything and everyone, at all times.

    Before jumping to p 11 and saying UI can’t be God, p11 states: The ‘forces’ of UI are manifested by physical laws: are unswerving and unadapted, and have no solicitude for the structures in which they work.

    UI could still be God because the ‘forces’ of God are manifested by physical laws, are unswerving, unadapted and have no solicitude for the structures in which they work. i.e. gravity, wind, sun, rain, etc. For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. The Bible tells us that there are laws of nature—“ordinances of heaven and earth” (Jeremiah 33:25).

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