The Purpose of
this informative, interactive website is the
discussion of ONEness, or the unification, of
Science, Theology, and Philosophy (STP), such that
most anyone can understand the salient principles as
they pertain to: 1.) A better life (happiness) for
all persons; and, 2.) Why there is a necessity for
the general support of the
Currently the jargon of modern, academic,
obfuscates truth and fundamental logic; and thus,
there is great difficulty with interdisciplinary
communication and co-operation.
ONEness Creed seeks the support of all ecumenical
organizations and reformative religious individuals
and groups which can facilitate and promote Philogic
with Home of One meetings and dialogue to promote a
of truth for everyone. And, thus, to move the
thoughts and wisdom of many
earlier prophets, into 21st century knowledge and
wisdom with an
emphasis upon: rational reasoning; sovereign, state
secularism; the minimalizing of
controlling, rote rhetoric; the recognition of
the maximizing of avoidance of propaganda/brainwashing techniques;
and, minimizing xenophobia and proselytizing.
Even many secularized Muslims and most laypersons of
most all religions promote an ecumenical discipline of Philogic, which
embraces 21st Century wisdom in the vein of the
Philogic is the overarching discipline of
Philosophic Logic which unites the disciplines of
Science, Theology, and Philosophy (STP) . . . thus,
concerned with the development of a concept, the
Unified Concept (UC), that is easily
understandable by most persons. The UC is a 21st
Century understanding of that which is the First
Postulate of Reality (FPR) .
. . i.e. that which creates all that exists.
Philogic is the overarching discipline based upon
tolerance, sustainability, Oneness . . . and, most
principles of IPSO.
The FPR involves defining the locus of Reality, the
duality of Infinity, the Natural source of numbers,
a rational explanation of the entanglement and other enigmas
of Theoretical Physics,
and importantly, a disproof of the
Gödel Incompleteness Theorem (GIT).
Also See: Interpretations
of the meaning of “God”