The main definitions of
The Theory of Eternal Existence
The paradigm of the theory of eternal existence is that the universe began about 13.8 billion years ago in the form of a violent phenomenon. That is, it was created at a scientifically determined moment.
The main assumption of this theory is the existence of an eternal state beyond time and space, which has always existed, that is, before the creation of the universe. This is the foundation of this theory resulting from its paradigm. The sphere beyond time and space is the only possibility for the existence of the First Cause, i.e. the Original Being. This is how the thesis was created that He fills the entire state beyond time and space with Himself. This thesis was supplemented by the existential judgment that the Inner Side of the Original Being is His Personality and the Outer Side is the Energy of the First Cause.
It is an axiom in the theory of eternal existence that "something" cannot arise "out of nothing." Thus, the space-time of the universe or universes must have had its origin.
The Original Being is the basic concept of this theory. His Eternity is identical with the eternity of Primal Energy and His Laws integrated with the eternity of the state beyond time and space. The first thesis of this theory is that the Original Being emerged from Himself time and space, that is, He created the universe from Himself with the participation of the Original Force of Love. This identifies Him as the Creator.