Micah Redding — Christian Transhumanism: faith, technology & the future

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Theistic Reality

Theistic Reality is a term I coined (for myself, anyway) to refer to the set of expectations we would have about a reality in which God exists. Since it is nearly impossible to define what "God" means as a being, our best bet is to lay out what kinds of implications God would have for the rest of existence.

Example 1: Believe or Don't Believe

Example 2: The Existence of God

For me and my understanding of God, this means primarily that there is a trajectory of real progress and learning in the cosmos, that history is real, and that our experienced lives are significant. Oh, and that in some way, we are immortal.


Next: Death and The Knowledge of Good and Evil