The Point of the Blog: REASON, as described in five of my philosophcial root premises

Argo’s functional premise #1: 

God will not Create an object in order to do a thing He can better do Himself.  By definition of perfect power, then, this includes anything and everything, because the divine definition of “better” is always and only GOD.  Thus, God will NEVER use Creation as a means to Himself, because this makes Creation an extension of God, which makes IT GOD, and this constitutes a redundant and metaphysically impossible divine contradiction.   Therefore, if “God is in control” of Creation, Creation IS possessed by God, and thus IS God.  And God has violated His own perfection.  This is impossible; therefore, it can only logically follow that if God has indeed created Creation, then He CANNOT be in control of it in any direct measure except as a function of, not possession or control of it, but via his ability to create, in order that He may not be a hypocrite; and in addition, this can only be done in a way that does not constitute divine contradiction if and only if a free consciousness is given to observe it, in order to make a free willed and rational application of it within its own context. 

Argo’s functional premise #2 (proceeding from #1): 

Therefore, Creation exists as a function of its own ability to do whatever it does and whatever it can do. 

Argo’s functional premise #3: 

God cannot create or ACT (excluding God’s “being”, which is of course an act…but by act, I mean anything BESIDES being God) in a free-consciousness vacuum.  There is no rational point for God to act outside of Himself (create a thing NOT Him) unless a free-willed mind can observe it and apprehend it RATIONALLY according to ITS own ability.  Any act of creation without an observer other than God, is redundant, because it is unnecessary, and contradictory to God’s perfection which is utterly within Himself. 

Argo’s functional premise #4: 

All of Creation is FOR man.  Thus, all belief systems, including (and especially) Christianity must conform to his ability to reason; to objectively quantify and know his environment. 

Argo’s functional premise #5: 

Any belief system that operates outside of functional premise #4–that is, does not exist wholly within a non-contradictory, reasonable, and rational human INDIVIDUAL understanding (that is, conforming to INDIVIDUAL human contexts)–will be tyrannical; and will have, as its singular root assumption, that individual man’s reality operates primarily OUTSIDE of himself.  In other words, man is not really man, but is ultimately governed by a compelling force which is perpetually beyond him, and further, perpetually beyond his willThis can only lead to destruction.

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