NB4. With what methods and for what reason God forces everyone amongst us...
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

NB4. With what methods and for what reason God forces everyone amongst us to
contribute the personal effort into the cognitive recognition of evidence for the existence of God and into the earning the cognitive certainty that God does exist
 

Since 1985 is available to interested people an extraordinary theory of everything called the Concept of Dipolar Gravity.) This theory allows everyone who is familiar with it to learn a lot about God. It means the theory allows to cognitively learn for example how God evolved, how He looks like and what nature He has, why God created the man, what God expects from people, etc. One group amongst items information which result from this "theory of everything", are methods with the use of which God causes that every moral accomplishment we must earn with our personal effort, including into this number also the learning of evidence about the existence of God. Let us review here most vital amongst these methods.
1. The formation and maintaining the existence of the so-called "moral field".
This field causes, that everything moral and truly beneficial for us, including into this also every real truth and all evidence for the existence of God, can be accomplished only with a significant contribution of work and effort, through the persistent climbing uphill in this moral field. A description of the "moral field" is provided in numerous subsections of this monograph – e.g. see subsection JA4 or JA13 from volume 6.
2. The formation of newly learned knowledge (in this number also evidence for the existence of God) into subsequent "levels of induction into the knowledge" that are defended by "barriers of awareness" which are very difficult to overcome. The "barriers of awareness" and "levels of induction into the knowledge" can be illustratively imagined as ripples (folds) that exists in the moral field. Means, "barriers of awareness" are like vertical cliffs or walls that exist in the moral field and that require difficult climbing in order to reach every new "level of induction into the knowledge". About these ripples or folds on the moral field is written in subsection NG3.1 of this volume. So I suggest to have a look in there to learn about it.
3. Surrounding the newly learned knowledge (including also evidence for the existence of God) with an entire ocean of controversial opinions, criticism from various "experts", ambiguity, false claims, etc. An example of use this method is indicated in subsection NH5 of this volume.
4. Giving ambiguity to some evidence for the existence of God, and motivating atheistic scientists to explain this evidence in an "atheistic" manner. This ambiguity of some evidence for the existence of God results from the so-called "Canon of Ambiguity" described, amongst others, in subsection NG1.2 of this volume.

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