Will Technological Development Bring Us To God?

By Will Myers

One of the uttermost questions in theology is how far will God allow mankind to develop technology because everything has an end. Mankind can develop into a situation that is conducive to receiving God’s Holy Spirit who is Christ Jesus. God is infinite and mankind can not overtake God. There must be a final judgment by God to place mankind into its final state in Heaven.

Regarding our personal faith, can technology make easy to believe in God and His Son? Yes, but the problem is believing in His Son, Jesus. Satan shall continually work to be a god and denounce Jesus in this world.

Will technology reveal our justification from God as technology continuously reveal what is right unto a state of perfect righteousness? NO. Technology shall develop toward the perfect book of nature; although, it shall help to correct false interpretations in the perfect book of life. The book of matter can not give life, only the spirit.

Is there a long period of development unto man reaching heaven? In other words, can we work ourselves to heaven? NO. Selfness, secular man shall prevail until the Savior comes who establishes our eternal spiritual state. All things must end. We live in a temporary existence.

Do we go into a spiritual state at the end or do we have a new heaven and earth with us existing in a utopia on earth? There can not be earth without heaven. The spiritual state necessarily must exist because the Spirit creates earth. I believe that, in the end, the eternal heaven shall exist and the earthly state is up to God. If God so desires He can certainly create another universe even with different laws of physics.

About Will Myers

I am an "Intelligent Design" writer who has the Christian faith. Part of my background is that I have a degree in physics, and have been inducted into the National Physics Honor Society. Sigma Pi Sigma, for life. My interest has lead me into metaphysics, farther into Christianity. Optimum metaphysics becomes religion.
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