I’ve just been watching one of those puff, religion-science programs on the Science channel called: The Prophets of Science Fiction. I was assuming that it was another piece showing how science fiction writers had foretold the future. It was about Isaac Asimov, and it was fascinating. He was one of favorite author before,
I found the Truth, er um, I met the Lord. Back in those days I was still an evolutionist. I really believed in space travel, the possibility of aliens, the basic goodness of mankind and all those other lies. I was a scientist and wannabe engineer. This was my world. I knew everything the narrator was saying and understood it—still do. But…
Then we arrived at the religious core: singularity
Here I actually heard the narrator say that we as humans would eventually be obsolete and we would merge our consciousnesses, plus all the consciousnesses of the then sentient robots and computers, into a massive universal consciousness. We would then have the power to recreate, demolish, create anew, and create another entirely— universe, that is.
Of course, he never took the final logical next step. We would become God.
Singularity is an absolutely massive lie
This is the ultimate quest of humanism — whether they knew that or not. This is the basic lie of Mormonism: “As God was, I am. As God is, I will be.” This is the core of what the Creep is trying to sell America and Europe. God does not exist. He’s a myth which will be replaced by the reality when we evolve enough to reach singularity.
It reminds me of Psalm 2: 1–4:
Why are the nations in an uproar
And the peoples devising a vain thing?
2 The kings of the earth take their stand
And the rulers take counsel together
Against the Lord and against His Anointed, saying,
3 “Let us tear their fetters apart
And cast away their cords from us!”
4 He who sits in the heavens laughs,
The Lord scoffs at them. [NASB]
How can we not laugh at the arrogance of heathen mankind?