Excerpt from Re-Thinking God and Existence
Principle 1: Totality of Existence
Everything known, imaginable, and unimaginable exists at this and all possible moments in time. This is called the Totality of Existence, which for believers is called God, and for atheists consists of secular incomprehensibilities. Our universe is not the center of existence but one among an infinite number. Existence is not human-centric and neither is God.
Goedel’s Incompleteness Theorem and the Kubacki-Blackmore Theorem of Totality prove that the only solution to incompleteness is radical inclusivity, meaning that the only defensible and logical answer to what is that existence is that everything known, imaginable, and unimaginable exists. As a result of this understanding of existence, thought, investigation, research, invention, creativity, and science are liberated from the self-imposed and institutionally imposed shackles of our human-centric view of existence. In the human-centric view, existence is limited to the irrational belief that our one known physical universe is the center of our existence and the origin of existence. In the human-centric view of God, God is solely concerned with homo sapiens on planet earth in the Milky Way galaxy.
We reject the fallacious assumption that what we know locally and temporally about existence is the same as the whole of existence. In other words, the part is not the same as the whole. For example, it was once assumed that all matter and energy in the universe were represented by the stars we see in the sky and the planet Earth. Now we know this is not the case with the discovery of planets, quasars, pulsars, black holes, and dark energy. What is valid in one part of existence—what we can currently understand and see—is not true of other parts of existence that we cannot yet understand and see.