The funds are to cover research and outreach expenses through books and videos that explain our theory of how God created and sustains our universe without conflict between the book Genesis in the Bible and science.
Who am I and what am I doing?
I am Jewish and I live and work in Israel. I am a professional physicist and active researcher. I believe in a Creator and Sustainer of our universe according to biblical principles.
For many years I have been developing a theory to show that there is a harmony between those principles and modern science. My approach is very innovative because I created new concepts and methods to study how God created and sustains the universe.
I do not use science to reach God or prove that He exists. Instead, I take the truth of the theological principles contained in the Bible, and deduce the laws of nature from God's attributes, such as His goodness, omniscience, and omnipotence. For this I use mathematical interpretations of those principles and concepts derived from ancient Jewish wisdom.
I am very happy with the ideas I have developed so far as they give us a new understanding of the relationship between nature and its Creator, the role of angels in the creation and our place in the universe.
Your financial support will be an important stimulus for me to continue this project and will indicate to me that you also want to understand the relationship between God and the universe and between the Bible and science and I will be happy to share with you more of my findings. I will always let you know by email the news of our work.
The money I am asking for is to cover my research work, to edit a book, to make explanatory videos, and to pay for cloud computing to simulate processes that explain how God created the universe.
Learn more about our project at the link below:
and see some illustrative examples angel networks on our Youtube Channel:
If you have any questions or would like to contribute in any other way, please write me in the field for comments.
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