Beyond the Planck scale, physics, as we know it, does not work, and the effects of General Relativity and Gravity require quantization. Going backwards to the origin of the Universe it seems that we lose many references and we need new concepts of space and time, of ‘being’, ‘pre-existence’, ‘nothing’, ‘origin’, etc. Different Quantum Origination Theories concerning the very beginning of the Universe have been proposed, but there always remain two important problems about the ‘scientificity’ of all research on origination: first, it is not possible to realize experiments and to repeat them, and second, the observer is directly involved with the observed! In the context of creative cross-disciplinary methods in science and theology, we propose Christology for modelling the common and crucial study of the origin/beginning of the Cosmos, according to the empirical Revelation of God the Father in Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit, and Trinitarian Theology as a concrete, simulating and analogical model to investigate the origin and the evolution of the Universe. The study of Christology applied to cosmology can help us to individuate many elements, in order to understand the origin and the beginning of the Universe in its dynamical, qualitative and conceptual characteristics.

Mantini, A., Christology: a simulating model for the Quantum Origination Theories and Cosmology, <<Studies in Science and Theology - ESSSAT>>, 2022; 2021-2022 (18): 91-103 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/214191]

Christology: a simulating model for the Quantum Origination Theories and Cosmology

Mantini, Alessandro
Primo
2022

Abstract

Beyond the Planck scale, physics, as we know it, does not work, and the effects of General Relativity and Gravity require quantization. Going backwards to the origin of the Universe it seems that we lose many references and we need new concepts of space and time, of ‘being’, ‘pre-existence’, ‘nothing’, ‘origin’, etc. Different Quantum Origination Theories concerning the very beginning of the Universe have been proposed, but there always remain two important problems about the ‘scientificity’ of all research on origination: first, it is not possible to realize experiments and to repeat them, and second, the observer is directly involved with the observed! In the context of creative cross-disciplinary methods in science and theology, we propose Christology for modelling the common and crucial study of the origin/beginning of the Cosmos, according to the empirical Revelation of God the Father in Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit, and Trinitarian Theology as a concrete, simulating and analogical model to investigate the origin and the evolution of the Universe. The study of Christology applied to cosmology can help us to individuate many elements, in order to understand the origin and the beginning of the Universe in its dynamical, qualitative and conceptual characteristics.
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Mantini, A., Christology: a simulating model for the Quantum Origination Theories and Cosmology, <<Studies in Science and Theology - ESSSAT>>, 2022; 2021-2022 (18): 91-103 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/214191]
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