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  1. YOU CAN IMAGINE and this will be a speculative scientific model.

    CLARIFICATION – with this approach, it is necessary to approach scientifically – not to make the classics of catastrophic problems of scientific alleged incorrectness out of small inaccuracies, i.e. “do not make a molehill out of a molehill in a china shop”.

    ALL SCIENTIFIC THEORIES of natural science contain errors and can easily be translated into the category of hypotheses by a well-known method.

  2. Yes, we can prove the opposite.

    Suppose that God is unrepresentable, i.e. it is impossible to imagine God. If it can't be imagined, then it can't be meant. This means that it is impossible to make statements about it, including about its unrepresentability. A contradiction.

    So we can imagine God.

  3. Since sapiens have to somehow imagine not only what they understand and are aware of, but also what is happening in the unconscious experiences of their host organisms, many of them sometimes need to imagine someone managing the contents of the unconscious experiences of living things, just as each sapiens manages the contents of their own consciousness…

    In other words, the “god” problem is Sapiens ' projection of the attributes of human relationships onto their understanding of natural processes.

    A Sapiens who is able to “prove to himself” at least something-will irrefutably prove to himself and his own kind the existence of God, and if someone is not able-no one believes him…

  4. God is love. It's not an item. Love cannot be imagined. It either exists or it doesn't exist. Basically like a triangle. Either it is currently drawn on the sheet, or it is not. Or as elementary particles that are both a wave and an electron. There is no God in the visible world. But that doesn't mean it doesn't exist) Ask for proof that it exists and you will see the answer. But take my word for it, it's best not to ask such questions. Even Darwin and other minds at the end of their lives recognized Its existence. Not from the fact that all the time they tried to prove His absence))

  5. Good day.

    God cannot be represented. But It can be revealed. The Scripture says: “No one has ever seen God. The only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He revealed” (John 1).

    The Christian fathers speak of the Essence of God, which is in principle unknowable (and therefore inconceivable), and of Divine Grace (Energy), which can be partially known. They say that truth, peace and joy are the Kingdom of God. So this is partly how it is imagined (about God). But this is not to say that we can imagine God as He is (even in Energies). It's impossible.

    And another thing: it is not a fact that there is only the imaginable. We have access to what we can imagine. But not everything that exists is available to us. Frogs, for example, do not have access to stars in their cosmogonic understanding, but there are stars and their development is not limited by the possibility of representing frogs.

    There is another important point that is essential for believers: how to distinguish Grace from grace (and understand whether you are with God or with the devil). This is a complex science, it is learned all your life.

  6. Basically, in the first half of the question, you have already given the answer to the second part of it. Our knowledge and faith are based only on what we can imagine. There are many concepts that we present very vaguely, gradually and with difficulty clarifying them with verified information, facts and life experience. These are truth, conscience, goodness, love and, of course, God. You can't believe what you can't imagine. But our presentation is individual and constantly requires confirmation, clarification and proof.
    Is it possible to prove that there is a Soul? But everyone who has heard of it somehow represents it. Everyone knows about God, but everyone presents their own idea, which will never be true. As soon as a person gets acquainted with a new concept, he forms an idea about it. This is the basic proof of the “representability” of anything, including God.

  7. Yes, this is exactly the case, But!!! If the consciousness is not cleared ? Any representation will be erroneous.But if it is purified? You will immediately understand the uselessness of such a view.more explicit concepts and resources are involved here.For this reason, it is so difficult to derive a stable form, especially in an unstable state…time factor!!!

  8. Everything that can be imagined certainly exists, at least in our imagination. More interesting is another question: if the universe is eternal, then everything that can happen has already happened? This seems to be a natural property of the concept of eternity. That is, the potential of all phenomena must be realized in eternity. But, in practice, we do not observe this. So our world has a beginning and, therefore, an end?

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