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Across Dimensions

String TheoryIn our technological age, many skeptics suggest that there is no such place as Heaven. They assert that this is just an idea in some one's mind or a desire for final freedom from pain and distress. This is however no longer the case scientifically. Many scientists are now asserting that instead of the four dimensions we are accustomed to, that is breadth, length, height and time, there are in all eleven or more dimensions that can be proven to exist mathematically. What is called "String Theory" requires the existence of extra spatial dimensions for its mathematical consistency. A string theory heaven is probably a physical place across dimensions which is not apparent or visible to us. There are a number of instances in Scripture which describe such transferences between dimensions. This is the conclusion of string theory application.

Technological Age

cellString theory is also known as the development of M-theory or "a theory in physics that unifies all consistent versions of super string theory." According to this there are many levels of existence that as yet we know little about that can be proven mathematically to exist. I believe that the Christian concept of Heaven may be one of them, a new fifth dimension. There are some interesting Biblical examples that appear to back up this conclusion.✞

Biblical Heaven

Jesus in ParadiseHeaven may be defined as "a common religious, cosmological or transcendent place where heavenly beings are said to originate, be enthroned or live." For example, in the Old Testament, we discover that everyone who died is described as going "down." This may seem to be a small point but it is a very important one. People went down where Jesus went when he died, as stated in our Apostles' Creed, "He (Jesus) descended into Hell." In the later New Testament era, the Biblical record is interestingly different.✞

Where is Heaven?

Lazarus and DivesSaint Paul says for example that he was caught "up to Paradise." He did not go "down" to the underworld which Jesus spoke about. The Old Testament described the prophet Jonah in Matthew 12.40, "For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth." Everyone went down to this underworld before the resurrection of Christ, but they did not all go to the same place. There are clearly two compartments in the underworld as revealed in the story of the rich man and Lazarus which also fits in neatly with the idea of seeing across string theory dimensions.

"String Theory Heaven"
by Ron Meacock © 2018

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