Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Principle (of God): Under truth, perfect justice!

If I utter, I think this is a principle (of God): "Under truth, perfect justice!" will I then have made a version of "by Jesus 2nd coming everyone will be judged by truth", (loosely)?


  1. This is to be deleted and replaced under "My Own Aphorisms". As a sidenote, I've found that the 1. Law of the Bible, "thou shall have no God other than me", /can/ mean "thou shall worship truth (because by truth, no more than one God can exist)"! What do you think?

  2. "He [Jesus] will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end. ... We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. Amen." From Wikipedia!

  3. I still don't support the idea of Jesus on *more* than the metaphorical point! I've earlier launched the idea of "Metaphorical Jesus" for uniting the JCI and making more sense to Christianity, thus removing the moral paradox of Jesus in the Bible!

  4. I let this stay after all. Still, I'm now going to paste it under "My Own Aphorisms"!

  5. The Quran /can/ perhaps be said to have the premise that "in the beginning there is God/Allah and this is a fact", but this is hearsay! Rather, the Bible says, "in the beginning there was God" or some thereof!

  6. http://islamtomorrow.com/allah.asp :
    According to the Quran, Allah tells us that He is the only creator and sustainer of all that exists and that nothing and no one exists alongside Him, nor does He have any partners. He tells us that He is not created, nor is He like His creation in anyway. He calls Himself by a number of names and three of them are:

    A) The First - (Al-Awal)
    B) The Last - (Al Akhir)
    C) The Eternal, who is sought after by His creation, while He has no need from them at all. (As-Samad)

    He always has existed and He never was created, as He is not like His creation, nor similar to it, in any way.

  7. Quran Surah 112: Al-Ikhlas,
    Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Raheem
    1 Qul huwa Allah hu ahad
    2 Allah hu 's-samad
    3 Lam yalid wa lam yulad
    4 Wa lam yakun lahu kufuwan ahad
    [edit] English Translation of verses
    English Translation by Muhammad Shameem, Mohammad Wali Raazi and Muhammad Taqi Usmani:[1]
    Say, “The truth is: Allah is One. [1] Allah is Besought of all, needing none. [2] He neither begot anyone, nor was begotten. [3] And equal to Him has never been any one.”[4]
    English Translation by Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall:[2][3]
    Say: He is Allah, the One! [1] Allah, the eternally Besought of all! [2] He begetteth not nor was begotten. [3] And there is none comparable unto Him. [4]
    English Translation by Yusuf Ali:.[4][5]
    Say: He is Allah, the One and Only; [1] Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; [2] He begetteth not, nor is He begotten; [3] And there is none like unto Him. [4]
    By Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Ikhlas!

  8. I've now changed the "maxim" to "principle of God"! You may think that this is nothing as God is either way the judge on who goes to Heaven and who goes to Hell, but you should note that I _only_ write Truth... Perhaps not anything big, but as you pertain to principles of truth, life goes with it... and I intend this especially for those who bother with ethics! The rest don't care either way (and perhaps they go to Hell for it?)!

  9. So this is just for making God a closer concept to "the ground", "to reality", not only for believers, but as view of reality overall!

  10. And clearly, if people would have bothered more with the plain, objective life, like the people who are involved in legal practice everywhere then perhaps Truth could have "taken place on Earth as well"! Cheers!

  11. This includes also a special ontology, a special explanation of ethics and how it all relates! Consider it yourself, please!

  12. In identifying my writing here on my blog over "God's nature to us as perfect drama" or thereof, I have this to note to it:
    Under God as perfect drama, I am obligated to some extent to mention Henrik Ibsen and "Brand", at least by Norwegian title, as inpiration for "God's Perfect Drama".
    The idea is written by the logical considerations over God's nature, the logical foundation for God's being!

  13. Alright. It says on the "Issues from the Internet" under "Any funny title" by something I've entered to the philosophyforums.com.