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Something I am working on to explain body, soul, spirit, mind, belief, everything
From a Christian worldview.

Here is a snippet to explain the nature of the makeup of man and why we have never been able to see a soul:

PHYSICAL BODY + SPIRIT = LIVING SOUL

Man doesn't have a soul, he is a soul. He has a body within which lives his spirit.

The life of the individual spirit (which spirit is both invisible and intangible) together at the same time and in the same place as the life of the individual physical body (which body is both visible and tangible) comprises that which we call the life of the individual soul (which soul is both invisible and intangible and visible and tangible at the same time and in the same place).

Now you can understand why we can't see the spirit, we can see the body, but we can neither see nor not see the soul.

We can see, however, the internal landscape of the soul (where the spirit roams about spiritually as it lives its life inside the body) but we perceive this dual visible/invisible conundrum as human viscera (the internal organs, systems and structures of the human body underneath the outside surface of the skin).

Why viscera?

Viscera and in fact any thing alive is internally gooey and ooey, slimey and clammy in contrast to everything else which is hard and geometrically fixed (consider ooey and gooey protein molecules made up of hard geometric atoms. What happened to the ooiness and gooiness there? It's reserved...for lifeforms)! Oh there's water and there's ooey and gooey compounds - but ultimately they either point to an obvious facet of living tissue (you still say yuck at a mixture of oil and water or grease) or they are reducible to the building blocks of atoms (living tissue is only reducible to cells or molecules as a function of biological research and study).

Because due to the established natural laws built in to both this material world and our own biomass, we, as human beings with our limited human sensory apparatus, are forbidden by those laws to observe in the visible realm any visible/invisible duality. Instead a compromise of spirit-versus-physical laws is reached whereby our human senses are permitted to see a disordered mass of flesh which only upon deeper reflection and examination becomes ordered and in fact manifests complex designed features.

Human viscera is also a parable of the dual visible/invisible landscape of the soul.

If you doubt this phenomenon of disorder, then try organizing the viscera without first reflecting on it and making a deeper examination. We always perceive viscera as immediately disordered during our first few seconds of looking at it. Ordering it during that initial time can't be done in our mind and that is the way God wants it. God does not want you to observe the landscape of the soul directly but He does want to you be able to, upon further diligent study, extract information about that landscape on a level that points ultimately and only to a single universal grand designer - Him!

The initial shock of disorder screams the message "It's none of your business!". The aftershock, however, gently reveals the message to any inquisitive searching mind "But if you want to know who the grand designer is, dig deeper!".

This is why we become uneasy, for example, at the sight of human viscera at the scene of a horrific car accident where the victim is still breathing. We instinctively know that the spirit of the victim is both living inside that exposed biomass and unprotected by the shielding spirit-world interface of the skin. We know that the spirit is no longer able to negotiate the material world through the body and can't roam the landscape of the soul properly, and so we grimace at its dual powerlessness and imprisoned condition.

Roadkill is a reminder of this instinct in us as well. If man did not have a spirit, no atheist on earth would ever grimace at the sight of exposed viscera. Animals don't! But man is uniquely spiritual.

In conclusion, therefore, man is not a tri-part being as is commonly being reported in Christian circles today; rather, he is a duality (a joint physical body and spirit) which presents itself to the material world in a uniquely third form (a living soul).

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Re: Something I am working on to explain body, soul, spirit, mind, belief, everything
From a Christian worldview.

Here is a snippet to explain the nature of the makeup of man and why we have never been able to see a soul:

PHYSICAL BODY + SPIRIT = LIVING SOUL

Man doesn't have a soul, he is a soul. He has a body within which lives his spirit.

The life of the individual spirit (which spirit is both invisible and intangible) together at the same time and in the same place as the life of the individual physical body (which body is both visible and tangible) comprises that which we call the life of the individual soul (which soul is both invisible and intangible and visible and tangible at the same time and in the same place).

Now you can understand why we can't see the spirit, we can see the body, but we can neither see nor not see the soul.

We can see, however, the internal landscape of the soul (where the spirit roams about spiritually as it lives its life inside the body) but we perceive this dual visible/invisible conundrum as human viscera (the internal organs, systems and structures of the human body underneath the outside surface of the skin).

Why viscera? Because due to the established natural laws built in to both this material world and our own biomass, we, as human beings with our limited human sensory apparatus, are forbidden by those laws to observe in the visible realm any visible/invisible duality. Instead a compromise of spirit-versus-physical laws is reached whereby our human senses are permitted to see a disordered mass of flesh which only upon deeper reflection and examination becomes ordered and in fact manifests complex designed features.

Human viscera is also a parable of the dual visible/invisible landscape of the soul.

If you doubt this phenomenon of disorder, then try organizing the viscera without first reflecting on it and making a deeper examination. We always perceive viscera as immediately disordered during our first few seconds of looking at it. Ordering it during that initial time can't be done in our mind and that is the way God wants it. God does not want you to observe the landscape of the soul directly but He does want to you be able to, upon further diligent study, extract information about that landscape on a level that points ultimately and only to a single universal grand designer - Him!

This is why we become uneasy, for example, at the sight of human viscera at the scene of a horrific car accident where the victim is still breathing. We instinctively know that the spirit of the victim is both living inside that exposed biomass and unprotected by the shielding spirit-world interface of the skin. We know that the spirit is no longer able to negotiate the material world through the body and can't roam the landscape of the soul properly, and so we grimace at its dual powerlessness and imprisoned condition.

Roadkill is a reminder of this instinct in us as well. If man did not have a spirit, no atheist on earth would ever grimace at the sight of exposed viscera. Animals don't! But man is uniquely spiritual.

In conclusion, therefore, man is not a tri-part being as is commonly being reported in Christian circles today; rather, he is a duality (a joint physical body and spirit) which presents itself to the material world in a uniquely third form (a living soul).
 Quoting: SozzledBoot


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Re: Something I am working on to explain body, soul, spirit, mind, belief, everything
From a Christian worldview.

Here is a snippet to explain the nature of the makeup of man and why we have never been able to see a soul:

PHYSICAL BODY + SPIRIT = LIVING SOUL

Man doesn't have a soul, he is a soul. He has a body within which lives his spirit.

The life of the individual spirit (which spirit is both invisible and intangible) together at the same time and in the same place as the life of the individual physical body (which body is both visible and tangible) comprises that which we call the life of the individual soul (which soul is both invisible and intangible and visible and tangible at the same time and in the same place).

Now you can understand why we can't see the spirit, we can see the body, but we can neither see nor not see the soul.

We can see, however, the internal landscape of the soul (where the spirit roams about spiritually as it lives its life inside the body) but we perceive this dual visible/invisible conundrum as human viscera (the internal organs, systems and structures of the human body underneath the outside surface of the skin).

Why viscera?

Viscera and in fact any thing alive is internally gooey and ooey, slimey and clammy in contrast to everything else which is hard and geometrically fixed (consider ooey and gooey protein molecules made up of hard geometric atoms. What happened to the ooiness and gooiness there? It's reserved...for lifeforms)! Oh there's water and there's ooey and gooey compounds - but ultimately they either point to an obvious facet of living tissue (you still say yuck at a mixture of oil and water or grease) or they are reducible to the building blocks of atoms (living tissue is only reducible to cells or molecules as a function of biological research and study).

Because due to the established natural laws built in to both this material world and our own biomass, we, as human beings with our limited human sensory apparatus, are forbidden by those laws to observe in the visible realm any visible/invisible duality. Instead a compromise of spirit-versus-physical laws is reached whereby our human senses are permitted to see a disordered mass of flesh which only upon deeper reflection and examination becomes ordered and in fact manifests complex designed features.

Human viscera is also a parable of the dual visible/invisible landscape of the soul.

If you doubt this phenomenon of disorder, then try organizing the viscera without first reflecting on it and making a deeper examination. We always perceive viscera as immediately disordered during our first few seconds of looking at it. Ordering it during that initial time can't be done in our mind and that is the way God wants it. God does not want you to observe the landscape of the soul directly but He does want to you be able to, upon further diligent study, extract information about that landscape on a level that points ultimately and only to a single universal grand designer - Him!

The initial shock of disorder screams the message "It's none of your business!". The aftershock, however, gently reveals the message to any inquisitive searching mind "But if you want to know who the grand designer is, dig deeper!".

This is why we become uneasy, for example, at the sight of human viscera at the scene of a horrific car accident where the victim is still breathing. We instinctively know that the spirit of the victim is both living inside that exposed biomass and unprotected by the shielding spirit-world interface of the skin. We know that the spirit is no longer able to negotiate the material world through the body and can't roam the landscape of the soul properly, and so we grimace at its dual powerlessness and imprisoned condition.

Roadkill is a reminder of this instinct in us as well. If man did not have a spirit, no atheist on earth would ever grimace at the sight of exposed viscera. Animals don't! But man is uniquely spiritual.

In conclusion, therefore, man is not a tri-part being as is commonly being reported in Christian circles today; rather, he is a duality (a joint physical body and spirit) which presents itself to the material world in a uniquely third form (a living soul).
 Quoting: SozzledBoot


Man is just another impressive but equally meaningless by product and expression of universal duality which is equally infinite, bipolar and unstable..the rest is all self delusional judgements and meaning we place on duality while we are alive.

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