Convergence leads to salvation. Salvation is;


  • becoming directly aware of God (Aprehension)

  • liberation from the competitive and destructive aspects of life (Transcendence)        

  • eternal life with ever increasing enlightenment (Hyper Evolution).


You can expect liberation from confusion and misunderstanding. The liberating Idea of convergence is that  your complete salvation depends on loving the full aspect of God the person everywhere he is found.  Confusion arises when we concentrate on and speak about just one aspect of God, ignoring the others. You can find the immanent aspect of God in 

  • the relationship with yourself, 

  • with others,

  • and the creation. Loving God includes paying attention to the creation as if it were a gift, something God is saying to us. 

And, there will always be a transcendent aspect of God. The transcendent aspect of God is reached for in an act of faith. There must always be faith.


This kind of salvation is complete because it puts you on the path of eternal growth. Complete salvation cannot be gained focusing only on static religious doctrine, and it is not a material thing you can buy at some store in the future. It requires spiritually driven progress in science/technology and even business. These three different social efforts are converging on salvation because there is only one way to eternal life. The vast potential of society is found in our differences. There is potential in difference, potential to work out creative solutions. Today we have the social capital to transcend this world. We can work it out. Here is what the Bible has to say about coming to understand your salvation.


"Therefore, my dear friends, as you have always obeyed--not only in my presence, but now much more in my absence--continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling, for it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose."

(Philippians 2:12)


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