The supposed proofs for the existence of a theistic God (0ne that intentionally created the universe and has particular interest in humans) have been resoundingly defeated over the years. There simply is no proof, logical or otherwise, for the existence of such a God. The fact that the strongest arguments ever made in support of the existence of such a God are so trivially easy to see through and defeat at the very minimum strengthens the skeptics’ argument.
Ultimately the nonexistence of a theistic God is a very positive thing. Faith in a theistic God has been more responsible for the dehumanization of humanity than any other historical crutch. It has given psychopaths, and power hungry individuals, a weapon by which they become able to control the masses and in effect get them to curtail their natural compassionate tendencies. The kind of faith that asks you to suspend your skepticism and curiosity is not, and has never been, a good thing. Blind faith may have been promoted as a beneficial by those that stand to amass or retain power by producing followers, but its promotion is nothing more than a goal-oriented lie that stunts the natural curiosities of those that fall for it, instead of encouraging them to wonder and explore new horizons.
To get a feeling for how ubiquitous this manipulation is we need go no further than Saint Augustine himself who said:
“There is another form of temptation, even more fraught with danger. This is the disease of curiosity. It is this which drives us to try and discover the secrets of nature, those secrets which are beyond our understanding, which can avail us nothing and which man should not wish to learn.”
Or we can appeal to these worlds:
“Reason should be destroyed in all Christians.”
Does this mean that our scientific knowledge leaves no room for any kind of God? If the eleven-dimensional map of quantum space theory is in fact an accurate map of physical reality, then is there any room left for God? Well, if we are talking about God in the theistic or deistic sense then the answer is a resounding no. Qst is a fully deterministic construction. It portrays a perfect fractal that continues into the infinities of increasing expanse and resolution. It leaves no room for a planner or organizer, in fact, it reveals that the structure of the universe is a result of the processes of emergent phenomena, which explicitly requires the absence of a central planner. It carries us beyond the outdated and flawed (may we say dangerous) notion of a theistic or deistic God but quantum space theory also ushers in a different notion of “God.” It takes us to the very door of Einstein’s God. Einstein did not believe in a theistic or deistic God. Instead he subscribed to a “cosmic religion” where “God” is what is revealed when we “lift a corner of the great veil.” This is accomplished by embracing our natural curiosities and actively participating in the scientific quest. overcoming our misconceptions one by one, and learning how to comprehend Nature as it truly is. Through this we become in touch with our “magnificent insignificance.”
Quantum space theory tugs on the corner of that great veil and opens our minds to the dimensions that have always been hidden from us. It takes us face to face with Einstein’s God and gives us the chance to start an entirely new conversation.