Some notes on theology

Writing on theology that I started last March led me to believe that there is a possible subjective theology that can be developed by each individual’s means of imaginative psyche. Out of all the branches of philosophy, only theology truly needs to be subjective. What I’ve seen with this theology remains a fact that does not conform to or deny any philosophical position. In other words, a subjective theology is not only a theology that can bridge the gap between atheists and theists but also a theology that surpasses individual philosophy because it is independent[1] from philosophy per se. I want to know what else we could derive from such a theology. Continue reading

Meditation on the nature of belief

Why should we visualize God rather than merely accept His “word(s)” as it is taught by others? This is the question about the nature of belief and what constitutes a belief for any person. Although belief can be anything subjective, in this discussion it is about the idea of God. If that idea is not clear, a belief is vague and easily dismissed. The belief in God is true only when it is meaningful. We find meaning in examples we can understand. Consider a young believer. Continue reading

Toward New Theology

In the previous post I mentioned that I will show you how to be truly subjective with the concept of God, but I did not mention that there is an objective caveat. Whenever you are shaping a conceptual area in a particular way, that area enters the state of synchrony with other participants and hence manifests objectively, i.e., in reality. As it happens with science, so it can happen with religion, but in a way that is more grounded than it is today. The new area of my philosophy that I would like to introduce today is theology, and specifically physically-conditioned, subjective theology. Continue reading