Part 2:

Theory of  Eternal Existence

Part II. Complementing idea of theory of eternal existence
Chapter 10. The idea of the theory of eternal existence
Chapter 11. Important Feature of the Eternal Existence Theory
Chapter 12. Distinguishing of theory from vision of science and religion
Chapter 13. More knowledge about the state beyond time and space
Chapter 14. The need to understand our reality
Chapter 15. Evaluation of analytical methods concerning this theory
Chapter 16. Ideas of the theory of Eternal Existence in relation to philosophy
Chapter 17. Opinion of Theory Concerning World Religions
Chapter 18. Essenceism shaped the theory of eternal existence


Ideas of The Theory of Eternal Existence

The theory of eternal existence does not claim to be a philosophical or theological theory. Instead, it refers in the form of ideas to topics that are most often dealt with in philosophy and theology.

The theory of eternal existence formulates its conclusions in the form of ideas about particular branches of philosophy or theology:

= the idea of the Heart and the Power of Love

  Original Being (aspect of ontology)

= the idea of Laws and Principles derived from the Original Being (aspect of epistemology)

= the idea of the existence of good (aspect of axiology)

= idea of personal evil (aspect of axiology)

= idea of free will (aspect of epistemology)

= idea of responsibility (aspect of logic)

= the idea of dualism (aspect of ontology)

= idea of Providence (aspect of theology)

= idea of reincarnation (aspect of theology)

= idea of salvation (aspect of theology)

= the idea of the end of the world

  (aspect of logic).







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