V   God - Man Interrelations











			Waste cans are tossed by the wind,
			Their tinkle subsides, though it blows:
			I speak with a whispering voice,
			I gently unfold your eyes
			To spread out a new landscape,
			Where I name plants and flowers,
			I grant you solace in my palms, in peace,
			My words, gestures and promise are clear:
			Pass on my love to all mankind.






























			Udo Frentzen 		2014/21

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			V 1	Remarks

			1a)	God' self-description
			1b)	The Word of God
			1c)	Man
			1d)	Society

			V 2	Man's position

			2a)	Man's position in nature
			2b)	Man's physical constitution
			2c)	Man's psychological constitution
			2d)	Man's mental constitution
			2e)	Man made products

			V 3	The guiding light

			3a)	Star of newborn life
			3b)	Sound efforts
			3c)	Spoken, written and illustrated word

			V 4	Spiritual efforts

			4a)	Faith
			4b)	Spiritual forces
			4c)	Prayer
			4d)	Call
			4e)	Church
			4f)	Exegesis
			4g)	Dogma
			4h)	Overall comprehension
		
			V 5	Summary

			5a)	Failures
			5b)	Public accusations
			5c)	Self-extinction














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			V 1   Remarks

The writer confesses the Christian Faith in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. (Mat 28,19)
Intended is an outline of God's grace towards man in his dismal existential position.
Definition of truth for the essay is: have all aspects of the distance God - man been considered?
All bible quotations are out of TNIV.

1a) God’s self-description
1a1) God is creator of heaven and the earth with
   a1,1) Space, time, energies, forces, materials, plants, animals and humans. (Gen 1,1)
   a1,2) Grace, revelation and spirit for man to exhaust His sources of life. (Ps 36,8-9)
1a2) God said to Moses: ‘I am who I am’ (Ex 3,14) and
'I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.' (Ex 20,2)
1a3) 'Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one'. (Deu 6,4)
1a4) 'Great is the Lord, most worthy of praise; his greatness no-one can fathom.' (Ps 145,3)
1a5) 'I am the first and I am the last; apart from me there is no God.' (Isa 44,6)
1a6) 'They [the earth and the heavens] will perish, but you remain;...' (Heb 1,11)
1a7) 'No one has ever seen God.' (Joh 1,18)
1a8) '... the Lord ... does not live in temples build by human hands.' (Acts 17,24)
1a9) Any image of the Lord would be in man's existential situation completely inadequate and in cosmic 
dimensions, he is growing into with technological means, he will remain as miniscule as before, - called 
for is a larger understanding of God, nature and man than we have today by sharpening the tools of cog-
nition.

1b) The Word of God
His Word speaks through revelation, prophets, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. (Rom 8,26)
1b1) He does not want to be worshiped with sacrifices (1Pet 2,5), - to the contrary, He gave His Son as a 
sacrifice (Rom 3,25) that man may overcome sin and in faith work in His vineyard (Luk 20,9) for man, 
society and nature to 'Produce fruit in keeping with repentance.' (Luk 3,8)
1b2) He does not need to be thanked or praised or celebrated in rites, - to the contrary, He wants people 
to proceed on their pilgrimage with courage (Deu 31,7), virtue (2Tim 2,15) and in His Spirit over genera-
tions (Deu 11,21) and the future to come. (Rom 8,38)
1b3) His Teaching is divine pedagogic.
He wants to inscribe his instructions into man's hearts and minds. (Jer 31,33; Heb 10,16)
'See, I am setting before you the way of life and the way of death.' (Jer 21,8)
The Word of God is comprehensive life science. 'Seek me and live' (Amo 5,4)
Look at life, disease, danger, war and death. Question them. Choose life.
He wants to enable people to independently evaluate all human-mental-spiritual objects and to pass on 
life's wisdoms with its multifarious factors to succeeding generations for a long term future of man.

1c) Man
Man is a complex functional, regenerating form of life, activating physiological-mental-spiritual forces 
from his human center, conviction, into the extremes of life. He is across all layers of reality depictable, 
being independent-social, abstract-concrete, dynamic-passive, free-submissive, reflective-thoughtless.
He is seen globally over time by the self-set value human dignity and its deduced values.

1d) Society
Society, a man made object, constitutes itself out of man, population and man-man relations.
Acting forces are that of man, growing into cause setting, interwoven social forces as motivational en-
gines, able to sustain, mold, advance or destroy man, society and nature, for which he signs responsible.
It is seen by its political-social character as a service or disservice to man.


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		V 2   Man's position

		'...dust you are and to dust you will return.' (Gen 3,19)

The distance between man and God is infinite, - man cannot bridge out of his own resources.
It can be overcome by the grace of God in reconciliation of man with man, nature and God.

Man is an organic form of life within the cosmos.
His nature given constitution is dependent for its wellbeing on a large number of in- to external, micro- to 
macroscopic, narrowly to widely ranged physical - biological conditions, he can in inner and outer free-
doms choose from, adapt to and alter as far as his radius of action extends. With increasing knowledge 
of his constitution, environment and their interactions he more and more realizes the skeleton of his de-
pendencies, vulnerabilities, frailties, required provisions and his short lifespan versus the dimensions of 
nature, as long as he does not encloud his capabilities, today reaching up to self-extinction, by illusions.

2a) Dependencies
2a1) Existence of intelligent life depends on a planet in the habitable zone of a solar system with
 ◦ Stable galactic and intergalactic constellation.
 ◦ Source of energy and shielding of harmful ones.
 ◦ Sufficient mass and moderate cyclic rotation.
 ◦ Essential elements and compounds like water and neutralization of toxic ones.
 ◦ Long biological evolutionary time spans for plants and animals.
 ◦ A biosphere with atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere; moderate climate; diversified genetic compo-	
   sitions and biotic environments; long heterogenic food chains; protection against environmental chan-	
   ges, traces of poisons, harmful viruses and bacteria.
 ◦ Satisfaction of physical, physiological, psychological, individual, social, mental, spiritual and environ-
   mental needs.
2a2) Provisions are realized according to nature given and acquired capabilities for
 ◦ Physical to spiritual needs from recognition to consumption.
 ◦ Protection against natural decay and human oblivion.
 ◦ Protection against natural, social, civilizational waste, diseases and dangers.
 ◦ Protection against harm of man, society and nature by exploitation, manipulation, misuses, destruction 
   and fall back effects, leading possibly to misdevelopments with planetary catastrophes and A-B-C-G-R 
   warfare with extinction of planetary life.

2b) Constitution
Man’s constitution comprises his physiology, community, succession of generations and capabilities.
 ◦ At birth his state is helplessness and non-knowledge.
   His collectively acquired comprehension and knowledge constitute only a drop out of the ocean.
 ◦ Mental-human products remain unintelligible to any outsider without its language.
 ◦ Pragmatically, he cannot create physical forces or space-time of his own.
   Utilization of energy and matter are limited by their properties, forces and human knowledge.
 ◦ Existentially, he does not have the knowledge to survive over geological time spans in the cosmos.
 ◦ Psychologically, he acts out of a mix of archaic, instinctive, biological, emotional, psychic, social, men-
   tal and spiritual needs, drives, motivations, intentions, conceptions and convictions.
 ◦ Mentally, he can recognize material objects with their properties only within a narrow range
   ◦◦ Qualitatively to not more than 5% of the energy-matter of the universe of what has to be there.
      Quantitatively, even with an eg 106 increase in resolution of present day devices, reaching 
      down to ~ 10-20 m, he cannot measure eg Planck’s length lp = 1.616 x 10-35 m.
 ◦ Mentally, he can recognize human objects with their properties only within a narrow range
   ◦◦ He does not have a given trustworthy concept of life, but in given freedom has to develop his own.
   ◦◦ He struggles to recognize his bases and boundaries, his driving constructive and destructive forces
      with their consequences and to overcome hostile, inhibiting factors by peaceful means.
 ◦ He cannot transgress boundaries, universal natural, mental and spiritual limits between man, nature 
   and God, without heading into misdevelopments, conflicts and damages to himself.
 ◦ Enlargements of boundaries, unfolding new capabilities, are possible by collectively supported, gener-
   ations running, systematic, institutionalized research, development and applications.

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			V 3   The guiding light

	Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path. (Ps 119,105)
	Jesus answered, 'I am the way and the truth and the life.' (Joh 14,6)

The three wise Magi from the east followed the star of new born life to worship. (Mat 2,1-12)
3a) As a star it directs human nomads on their search for a future of man over cosmic time spans.
It provides to man's naturally given limited perspective a fix point of envisioned and concrete hope.
It reaches out to faith to accept the Lord and His to man given responsibilities.
Rejecting this offer, the creature without the creator disappears in unintelligible nothingness (Gaudium et 
Spes 36), as repeatedly self-aggrandizements of man have been set back by cosmological insults and 
severe transgressions of his boundaries have inflicted wreckage and self-defeat.

3b) Sound efforts are built on a solid base. 'Therefore, everyone who hears these words of mine and 
puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.' (Mat 7,24)
3b1) Sound theology
Spiritual objects are grasped in faith.
As a living organism it is guided by the Holy Spirit.
 ◦ In the fear of the Lorde it seeks repentance and reconciliation.
 ◦ In confidence in the Lord it seeks justice and peace.
3b2) Maturity
Human-social objects are understood in maturity.
As a living organism it is guided by the Holy Spirit.
 ◦ Its categories are content, reality, functions, logical and mathematical space, presentation, environ-
   ments, cosmic environments and inhibiting factors.
 ◦ It abhors omission. It addresses present day issues in public discussions.
 ◦ It forms out an independent mind, able to question, look, think and act for itself.
 ◦ It gains emancipation, acting with self-understanding, -determination, -reliance, -preservation, -reali-
   zation and -presentation in telos of mind to pursue merit over demerit.
 ◦ It enlarges the human horizon, goals for new endeavors and comprehension.
 ◦ It recognizes its vulnerabilities in nature and to transgressions of human boundaries.
3b3) Reason
Natural objects are explained in reason.
As a living organism it is guided by the Holy Spirit.
 ◦ Its categories are quantity, quality, relation and modality.
 ◦ It abhors contradictions. It addresses present day problems for problem solving.
 ◦ It questions all objects. Basic questions are:
   Who is man? What is life? What is death? What is nature? Who is God?
   What are the essentials of man, society and environment?
 ◦ It collects and manages knowledge in the ethos to pursue true over false.
 ◦ It enlarges the mental horizon, radius of endeavors and human boundaries.
 ◦ It recognizes its limitations, being not more than a drop out of the ocean.

3c) The spoken, written and illustrated word serves as the major tool of spiritual forces.
     'I will make my word in your mouth a fire and these people the wood it consumes.' (Jer 5,14)
 ◦ A word is in line of exposition the first building block of question, thought, language and text with de-
   scription, interpretation, evaluation and application.
 ◦ It stands at the center of information and socialization.
 ◦ It employs foremost direct, precise language to further adequate reception and response.
 ◦ It can add aesthetic elements for highlighting and embellishment.
 ◦ It represents an object from cognition to application, crossing subject - object relations.
 ◦ It represents with intention, conception, conviction and expression basic human driving forces.
 ◦ It lays out all relevant factors of an issue from cause to effect in a seamless line of argumentation.
 ◦ It generates mental-ethical awareness with spiritual, natural, human and historic horizons.
 ◦ It becomes with duplication, distribution and application mass effective.
 ◦ It achieves political-social education, regulation and conflict solving.
 ◦ It overcomes in His spirit with faith, truth and justice hostile forces.

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			V 4   Spiritual efforts

   'The fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth.' (Eph5,9)

4a) Faith 
Faith is man’s bond to God by divine inspiration and interwoven human vision.
As a living organism it is guided by the Holy Spirit.
It develops an independent and interacting spiritual dimension.
Faith stands directly in front of the Lord himself.
It accepts the Lord as creator of the heavens and the earth and as savior.
It asks: What do I need to act according to Your will?
4a1) Faith lives in His spiritual grace and His intellectual light to pursue right over wrong.
It enables to grasp spiritual issues.
'Faith is being sure... of what we do not see.' (Heb 11,1)
4a)2 It is like a mustard seed, that grows into a tree, (Luke 13,18) pointing towards heaven.
As a grown tree it entails a question, curiosity, study, vision and a spiritual endeavor.
4a3) It stays away from evil.
It abhors power, prestige, possessions and hedonism, especially by deception and coercion.
4a4) As an intent it stands before His judgment, - not with accumulated good deeds. (Tit 3,5)
4a5) It directs spiritual vision, mental esprit, emotional enthusiasm, cognitive efforts and practical actions 
to give a positive contribution to life and matter.
It addresses and overcomes with will, enlightenment and conflict solving any inhibiting factor.
4a6) It recognizes its frailty towards hypocritical seduction, corruption and criminalization.

4b) Spiritual forces
Bundling faith, reason, maturity and ethics, they refute other forces in any political-social environment by 
example and advice where welcome, by example and criticism where corruption prevails.
4b1) They spring out of spiritual needs, drives, ambitions and ways of life.
4b2) They free themselves from moral failures by purification in faith.
4b3) They collect themselves as eg conscience, esprit, ethos, conviction, faith, prayer and call.
4a4) They renew themselves out of freedom, repentance, confession, penance, reconciliation, contempla-
tion, study, prayer and peace. (2Cor 3,18)
4b5) They speak as eg lone voices, institutions, traditions, zeitgeist, activisms and historic events.
4b6) Collective spiritual efforts associate formlessly in prayer, spontaneous help and parallel efforts.
4b7) They associate formally in institutionalized congregations, churches and ecumenic alliances.
4b8) They guide the spear tips of growing spiritual-mental-human capabilities along the lines of sound ar-
guments out of faith, reason and maturity towards new horizons.

4c) Prayer
Prayer is communication with God.
4c1) It collects the spiritual-mental-natural senses to step into the presence of God.
4c2) It trusts in the Lord 'We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.' (Heb 6,19)
4c3) Its main subjects are praise, thanksgiving, confession, question, request and intercession.
4c4) It can adopt various forms, eg individual or collective, private or public, spontaneous or ritual.
4c5) His answer can range from direct response to silence.

4d) Call
Inspired by the Holy Spirit, who is without limits, can be every single person. (Luk 11,13)
4d1) An appearance of a spiritual symbol of God in simile (epiphany) indicates His presence.
4d2) A miracle is the working of the hand of God against a natural course of events.
4d3) A vocation centers on a gift, responsibility, task and result as a contribution to life.
4d4) A sign or voice in a vision transmits mostly softly, quietly, encouragingly an instruction:
'By faith Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family.
By his faith he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness...' (Heb 11,7)

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4e) Church
A church is an institution of organized spiritual forces.
4e1) Self definition
It defines itself out of its past history, present faith and common destiny of man.
Its credo, a symbolon, accepting the living God (1Tim 4,9), is a synopsis of catechesis.
It represents a religion by its collective credo, spiritual life, teachings, traditions and institutions.
Its congregations confess their faith in a liturgy with word, song, music, praise, prayer, confession, read-
ing, sermon, reconciliation, intercession, credo, sacrament and pledge.
4e2) Theology
Its theology, interpreting His word, aim at the best possible finding of His will. (Col 1,9)
It transforms the mystery of the hidden God (Isa 45,15), His will (Eph 1,8), works (Ps 92,5) and incarnate 
Son Jesus (Heb 1,3) into truth and presence. (Joh 16,13)
4e3) Mission
Its inner mission is education, its outer mission to spread His word and grace to everybody to be heard, 
discussed, understood, accepted and converted to (Kerygma). (Mat 28,19)
4e4) Standards
It sets up an internal code of ethics for members, teachers, bishops and church institutions.
It sets up a general code of ethics for political-legal-social frameworks and government proceedings.
4e5) Organization
It assembles in communities, synods, national churches and episcopal colleges with egalitarian to hier-
archical structures to develop opinions on regional and universal issues.
Its avant-garde sets examples in teaching and service at home and abroad.
4e6) Services
It provides professional political-social services to the public like diaconate and charity (Pro 19,17; Act 
9,36), healing (2Kin 2,21; Luk 9,6) and catechesis. (Ecc 1,13; 2Tim 2,15)
It recommends regulation (Exo 35,1; Heb 10,16) and supervision (Ecc 3,15; Luk 16,2), initiates conflict 
solving (Mel 2,5; Mat 5,9) and warns of dangers to come. (Neh 9,26; Rev 22,20)
4e7) Ecumenical movement
It cooperates with all people carrying responsibility for the common good. (Ex 33,19; Eph 6,8)
It promotes the inner ecumenical movement to unify its denominations and the global ecumenical move-
ment in dialogs to let the faith of religions grow together.
4e8 Prosecution
It does not collaborate with corruption, deception or violence, but stands up against depravity (Ps 45,7; 
1Tim 6,12), withdraws its engagements and protects its sheep. (Ps 23,1; Joh 10,14)
Against prosecution, as ‘Christians are subject of hate because they oppose worldly pleasures’ (Epistle 
to Diognetus V), its survival strategies are independence, love, truth, unity and perseverance.
4e9) Accountability
Its bishops, priests and laity as torchbearers of His Word are accountable to the people.
Against violators of the codes of ethics, the public has a right to criticism, resistance and prosecution.
4e10) Hypocrisy is cheesiness of the spiritual leaders especially towards the priorities of overall compre-
hension: non-violence and address of major issues.
4e11) Pseudo-products and -concepts
Pseudo-theological products are eg God's people, God's realm, infallibility and divine predestination.
Pseudo-theological concepts are eg projections of rigid theological dogma into the social fabric.
4e12) Excesses
Excesses are eg sale of indulgences and discrimination for membership in any religious community.
4e13) Inhibiting factors
Inhibiting factors are eg Christianisation by force, witch hunt and crusade.





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4f) Exegesis
Exegesis is interpretation of verbal, written and multi-media communication of living and deceased witt-
nesses of His Word to let it be grasped by His Grace in faith and sound theology. The priorities of sound 
theology are non-violence, not to exclude the love of God, and address of major issues, not to water it 
down.
At the center stand word and sense in direct language to further adequate reception and response.
4f1) Main intent is empirical, aesthetical and spiritual reconstruction, interpretation and evaluation of
testimonials and the scriptures (depositum fidei) by a diversity of methods.
4f2) Text reconstruction aims at recovery of the original or furthest back wording, language, document, 
illustration, commentary, distribution, version, translation and media praxis.
4f3) Text analysis describes form, style, content, semantics, grammar, syntax, diction, structures, rela-
tions, models, references, creations, paradigmatic and syntagmatic lines, semiotics, pragmatics, medi-
ums, per-formances, artistic renderings, position, logic, function, usages, variations, statistics, coherence, 
elasticity, centricity, stability, uniqueness, aesthetics, entropy, context and inter-context.
4f4) Text Interpretation
   f41) Text interpretation highlights the intent of the author with perspective, biography, life conditions.
   f4,2) Teleologically it describes theme, sense, purpose and spirit of the word.
   f4,3) Tropologically it extracts life experiences and moral guidelines for praxis.
   f4,4) Typologically it connects events of the Old Testament with those of Christ.
   f4,5) Eschatologically it focuses on future events up to the last judgment.
   f4,6) Femininely it eliminates prejudices because of origin, gender, age, race, language, culture.
   f4,7) Considered restrictively and extensively, deductively and inductively are place, time, type, com-
   monali	ty, generality, similarity, analogy, probability, possibility, functionality and complexity.
4f5) Situational analysis describes the immediate psychological, communicational, communal, social, 
economic, scientific, political, zeitgeist, ritual, theological conditions and context of place and time.
4f6) Text comparison describes its traditional, cultural and inter-confessional contexts.
4f7) Text history describes its reconstructions, conditions, traditions and interpretations over the times.
4f8) History of the church, its organization, teaching and public engagements, includes as an independ-
ent discipline its material-mental-social-cultural-spiritual-political impacts on all fields of life.
4f9) Assisting are clarifications, outline of limits, adaptions to language and culture.
4f10) Assisting are archeological findings and scientific methods of all fields.
4f11) Concepts
Theological concepts as tools of cognition to find His will in faith as well as natural, human and intellectu-
al comprehension are ordered data platforms of spiritual testimonies
   f11,1) Authorized listing of the depositum fidei.
   f11,2) Dogmatic summary of His Word as condensed life science in three basic catechisms about the 
   innumerable factors of God, life and matter.
















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4g) Dogma
Dogma is a systematic abstract of the fundamental teaching out of divine revelation, tradition, preaching, 
observation, contemplation, study, education and critical feedback.
As credo it is approbated, publicized and serving as study guide for the old and new. (Mat 13,52)
As theological concept it is a tool of cognition to find His will in faith, an ordered data platform of spiritual 
testimonies with the listing of the depositum fidei, a summary of His Word in a catechism and the princi-
ple of sound theology to be spiritually and intellectually credible.
4g1) Its intent in imitation of Christ is pedagogical towards sound comprehension, principles and praxis 
by true light for all life and people (Joh 1,9) for their spiritual, mental and physical welfare.
It applies a comprehensive analysis of all objects towards innocence (Mat 18,2), based on His eternal 
(Isa 54,8) love (Joh 3,16), light (1Joh 1,5) and mercy. (Eph 2,4)
4g2) It comprises three basic catechisms about the multifarious factors of life and matter: a secular cate-
chism of man, society and worldly affairs, reconciling man with man, a natural catechism of the creation, 
reconciling man with nature and a religious catechism about God, reconciling man with God.
   g2,1) The secular catechism is an abstract of knowledge and human standards about man and socie-
   ty, collected by the humanities and aiming at individual and collective emancipation.
   g2,2) The natural catechism is an abstract of knowledge and research principles about nature, collect-
   ed by the natural sciences and aiming at cosmic emancipation.
   g2,3) The religious catechism is an abstract of knowledge and priorities about His Word, collected by 
   the theological sciences and envisioning global collective, co-religious responsibilities to lay out a 
   basic red thread of constitutionality for the pilgrimage of mankind into a long term future.
   ◦ It respects the righteousness, who strive in their social and professional lives to be blameless (Eze 
     18,5-9) and incorporates in an open system testimony of all people in unity of mankind. (Act 17,26)
   ◦ Development of teaching is by His multiple gifts, promoting e.g. sound theology, raising of standards, 
     contemplation, new grasping of issues, correction of errors and failures, recovery of new sources, ad-
     vances in scientific, methodological and technological knowledge, public discussions and enlarge
     ment of context.
   ◦ Interconfessional dialogs arrive by rectification, compensation, forgiveness, reconciliation, respect of
     human rights, tolerance, hospitality, cooperation, integrative praxis, recognition of interdependencies 
     at incorporating statements of faith with superseding, generalizing and unifying principles.
4g3) It comprises as demarcation against error and corruption a catalogue of inhibiting factors.
4g4) It self-restricts its statements, being first a spiritual-mental tool of cognition. As a single light beam of 
truth out of divine abundance, it abstains above all from absolute definitions of truth.
4g5) The finality of the divine revelation is up to His infinite wisdom. (Joh 5,20)
Human teachings are superseded by enlargements of revelation, comprehension and praxis.

4h) Overall comprehension is a figure of faith, grown out of man's holy image before the Lord.
It entails the vertical and horizontal factors of responsible treatment.
Vertical: Questions; searches; cognition; description, interpretation, evaluation of spiritual, mental and 
human objects and their horizons; realization of projects.
Horizontal: Realization of a project by intent; conception; decision; application of values, priorities, re-
sponsibilities, tasks and means.
Generated is an individual spiritual-mental-human intent in His grace and ethical-technical-administrative 
treatment of the multifarious, complex, causal factors of life and matter for survival in cosmic dimensions.

Preconditions
Physiological precondition is autonomy of the body with free movement.
Psychological preconditions are mental, reflective and spiritual autonomy in free movement.
Cultural prerequisites are language, mathematics, logic, method and data processing.
Together they allow meshing of His Spirit, faith, comprehension and action.



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4h1) Values
h1,1) Definition
Man’s standard, a self-set and self-interpreting value, is human dignity.
h1,2) Intent
 ◦ Intent is to protect man, society and environment that human actions in freedom of choice with posi-
   tive and negative consequences do not to fall back on themselves, but promote objective benefits.
 ◦ Scaled up intent is to further telos of mind with sound mental concepts in ethical freedom.
h1,3) Scope
It applies to all objects in space-time.
Every object entails at least a subjective, relational and objective factor with its properties.
Every object entails at least a natural, human and ethical dimension with its standards.
h1,4) Generation
Human dignity and deduced values are generated by designation of goods as worth of protection.
h1,5) Classification
 ◦ Spiritual values protect divine gifts to man.
 ◦ Existential values protect basic human rights to life.
 ◦ Humanitarian values protect basic personal rights to growth.
 ◦ Environmental values protect basic rights of nature.
 ◦ Cosmic values contribute to life, truth, unity and environment for the long term future of man.
 ◦ Universal values apply to all objects on the globe in past, present and future.
 ◦ Framework values combine all proper values of a social fabric.
 ◦ Object values combine all proper values of a single object.
h1,6) Scale
Values are ordered hierarchically by significance and range of validity and connected by an unbroken 
interlinked tree structure. There are no values, which cannot be deduced from human dignity.
 ◦ Primary values
   Primary spiritual, existential, humanitarian and universal value is love, being kind, patient and pro-
   tecting. It abhors violence. It extends to the low (Mat 25,40), lost (Luk 15,4) and hostile. (Mat 5,43) It 
   extends equally to all disregarding origin, race, color, gender, age, position, wealth, culture and faith.
   Primary to fourth values in a constitutional framework are often codified as basic human rights.
   Primary universal natural value is integrity of nature.
 ◦ Secondary spiritual, humanitarian, universal and natural value is truth. It abhors deception.
   It extends to all objects in reach of self-awareness, curiosity, imagination and ambition.
   Truth is found by cognition, first by an intruding, observing, questioning, investigating search, ex-
   hausting available means to generate knowledge.
   Investigating an object, truth is in respect to God a comprehensive analysis towards innocence, 
   in respect to man and nature a comprehensive analysis in spirit of man and in integrity of nature.
   Their research adding each other, they stand on a linked, equal, balanced and cooperating level.
   Truth in its narrow content means congruence of an objective description with its object in one to 
   one accuracy from property to term to sign to communication to documentation.
   Truth in its wider content means an accurate, complete, transparent. objective description of an ob-
   ject within the dimensions of man's radius of action and responsibilities.
   Truth in its cosmic content means an accurate, scaled up, objective description of an object within 
   the dimensions of nature and the infinite.
   Truth in a social framework means freedom of knowledge from generation to application.
 ◦ Tertiary, existential, humanitarian, universal and primary social value is unity of mankind.
   It abhors segregation. It is based on equity and justice with the rule of law.
 ◦ Fourth humanitarian and universal values are freedoms, emancipation and common welfare.
 ◦ Professional standards are guidelines of state of the art field knowledge and praxis.
 ◦ Item specific standards are benchmarks of properties and performance.
 ◦ Realization is by design, feedback, public discussion, regulation, supervision and litigation.
   Design entails proper formulation, combination and conflict solving of standards.

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4h2) Priorities
Priorities of faith with sound theology are non-violence and address of major issues.
   h2,1) Non-violence stays away from physical, psychic and mental harm against man, society and the 
   environment. They eradicate the spiritual dimension altogether. Spirituality points into the other direc-
   tion: even, 'If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to him the other also.' (Luk 6,29)
   h2,2) Major issues are enlightenment and conflict solving to preserve the essentials of man, society 
   and nature. Constitutionality serves as aspirational red thread for a long term future of man.

4h3) Responsibilities
Man is responsible to act in stewardship for the creation (Gen 2,15), followed by judgment on the last day. 
(Joh 12,48)
They are universal and existential duties for the betterment of man and the natural environment as long 
time challenges over succeeding generations.
   h3,1) Man can be held accountable, as he can research, know, precalculate, restrain and advance his 	
   singular and habitual, individual and collective, present and future actions.
   h3,2) General responsibility rests with the sovereign, the people, on a global, timeless scale.
   h3,3) It is shared according to contributing parts by e.g. the political representative, researcher, devel-
   oper, producer, salesperson, end user, commentator and affected party.
   h3,4) Its scope comprises all values of life and matter in cosmic dimensions, where man's variety and
   radius of action are expanding with the number of operable factors.
   h3,5) From today on, it does not suffice anymore to 'Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock... Be 
   shepherds of the church of God…' (Act 20,28), but requires raising the standards of care for all people 
   to establish legal and practical safeguards against misuses of man’s steady expanding radius of action 
   with his possible self-extinction.

4h4) Tasks
A task is faithfulness to His Word (Neh 13,30) and obedience to righteousness. (Rom 6,16)
A task realizes, protects and advances a value.
It requires the fitting spiritual-human-material tools like out of a well stacked tool chest of a technician to 
address each factor in a vulnerable, interdependent, complex, global techno-city.
   h4,1) A task is contended for and accepted with conviction, initiative and expertise.
   h4,2) It defines the object of attention, value, legal protection and benefit.
	h4,2,1) It sets up a list of man made and natural objects with their forces, properties, applications, 
	environments, consequences and significance.
	h4,2,2) It sets up a list of values with their priorities, means and promotive/protective tasks.
   h4,3) It sets up a structure of supportive, supervisory, protective and corrective institutions to
	h4,3,1) Provide foresight of opportunities and promote spiritual-human-material projects.
	h4,3,2) Guard against hidden and open inhibiting factors out of criminal drives for material-
	social-political gains by search, investigation and public education.
	Especially positions of institutional power are under close scrutiny, as 'statesmanship' regards pow-
	er tools as the only reality creating, controlling, securing means of an historic achievement.
	h4,3,3) Investigations address violations to the point with action and motivation. ‘Have nothing to 
	do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.’ (Eph 5,11)
	h4,3,4) Solve conflicts out of opposing interests with undue advantages at the expense of others.
   h4,4) It adheres to due process of law.
	h4,4,1) A local, state, national and international court system and mutually recognized legal institu-
	tions practice public and private mediation, arbitration and litigation.
	h4,4,2) Legal processes run along a determined, long winding, complex chain from regulation to 
	supervision, subpoena, court decision, law enforcement, compensation to reconciliation.
   h4,5) Ethics takes a stand against gross criminal corruption.



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4h5) Means
His spirit will overcome any inhibiting factor. (Rev 19,11-21)
Means are the non-violent tools of enlightenment.
   h5,1) They entail leading standards of truth, justice and peace, questioning, search, cognition with de-
   scription, interpretation, evaluation and publication, public discussion, regulation, realization and su-
   pervision. Major steps are cognition, public discussion and supervision.
   h5,2) Cognition strives at universal treatment of objects of any class, magnitude and complexity with 
   their properties, forces, dimensions, realities, conceivable risks, dangers, possible inhibiting factors 
   and aspects, contributed by the public, in all applications in any context and environment.
   Management of knowledge provides collection of objects' properties, forces and relations, applications 
   with merits and demerits, sources, check, classification and storage.
   h5,3) Public discussion applies seamless argumentation to convince and correct.
   h5,4) Supervision comprises preparation, regulation, oversight, reporting and enforcement.

4h6) Results
Active social forces bring into interaction originators, populations, man made objects, nature and God. 
They determine the state of political-social affairs and are able to advance or destroy man, society and 
nature. They can
   h6,1) Move in transgression of boundaries towards
	h6,1,1) Planetary catastrophes through depletion of resources, pollution and climate change.
	h6,1,2) Enslavement and collapse of political-social systems through open-hidden combat.
	h6,1,3) Self-extinction of mankind through A-B-C-G-R-N warfare.
   h6,2) Move in a collective enterprise towards
	h6,2,1) Realization of a durable society with international conflict solving.
	h6,2,2) Expansion of theological and mental knowledge and boundaries of social and natural living 
	conditions into the micro-macroscopic ranges over ages.
	h6,2,3) Envisioning cosmic survival and emancipation.


























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			V 5   Summary

	'There are no non-humans.' (Gustavo Gutiérrez)

Today, there is not one major church around the world that does not fail its responsibilities to fill the 
larger issues of life, faith, love, hope, truth with real meaning and guard against their despotic perversion.

5a) Failures
They are not sincere. As first priorities they cling to hypocritical, formal, institutional assets.
They are not truthful. They do not lay open driving forces of intentions, conceptions and convictions.
They are not just. They do not handle conflict solving between hostile parties efficiently.
They do not see God's guiding light with His star of newborn life.
5a1) Hardly addressed are the zeitgeist issues in substance, leading to depravation of esprit
 ◦ Pseudo-mental products like illusions of human capabilities-conveniences and pseudo scientific con-
   cepts like social profiling/programming.
 ◦ Power as the most devastating archaic notion, narrow, vile, hateful, persistent and scheming instru-
   mentalizing values, constitutional structures and processes towards their self-destructive end.
 ◦ Man himself, his intentions, conceptions, convictions, values, responsibilities and expressions with 
   their consequences. He is largely a brutal creature, applying any means for his advancement.
 ◦ Man's position in society with its service functions. He does not know how to overcome inhibiting fac-
   tors by enlightenment or handle conflict solving between hostile parties efficiently.
 ◦ Man's position against nature and God. He does not project himself into the future, combining a spir-
   itual hope with a real prospect in cosmic dimensions.
5a2) They have forged alliances with global players of hegemonic policies for their own advantages
 ▫ Continuing are overpopulation, famines, epidemics, inequities of life essentials, environmental pollu-
   tion and destruction, leading as mass effective misdevelopments to planetary catastrophes.
 ▫ Continuing are exploitation, polarization of wealth, human rights violations, leading as mass effective 
   power tools to destruction of social fabrics, refugee streams, terrorism, mass murder and war.

5b) Accusations
The major church and secular political-military-scientific-commercial-social leaders are by universal stan-
dards accused of image fascism and in hundreds of millions of cases a year worldwide of environmental 
violations, deception, exploitation, subjugation, degradation, physical injury and murder.
They conduct a clandestine, global dirty B-C-G-R-N war between government, private, independent 
defence leagues' security services of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Worlds and their populations. Together they 
operate a global system of labor camps for electro-magnetic-bio-chem-genetic programming of social-
psychological-physiological profiles to transform man into a cloneable, programmable augmented cy-
borg-chimera and to eliminate human roots of dissenting, hostile and moral voices.

5c) Self-extinction

		'For all the nations have drunk the maddening wine of her adulteries.' (Rev 18, 3)

The major church and secular political-military-scientific-commercial-social leaders have allowed them-
selves to be prostituted by their lower instincts of prestige, power, possessions and pleasure to fall in 
freedom of action indefinitely low, if not arrested. After colonialism, two world wars and genocide, today, 
the sum of multiple, escalating gross corruptions in excess of boundaries will lead with modern technolo-
gies of mass destruction inevitably to planetary catastrophes, enslavement and collapse of political-so-
cial systems and self-extinction of mankind.


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