Play (1:41:13) March 18, 2016 Does the World Matter to God? Why Should it Matter to Us? John Lennox and Mark Boslough John LennoxOxford University Mark BosloughSandia National Laboratories Jump To Comments Share This Talk Play (1:41:13) Topics Science Tag climate environment Embed | One thought on "Does the World Matter to God? Why Should it Matter to Us? John Lennox and Mark Boslough" clifford cook says: September 25, 2016 at 1:47 pm The world does matter , to god . as long as we are here . The reason for that, is that god created the world, as a school of learning for us , incarnations of angels , and we came here from heaven , incarnating into physical bodies , to learn from a polarity between darkness and light . We could not learn this in heaven ,were we were born because god , wanted heaven to be pure , so we came here . God wanted us to learn from darkness on earth , to appreciate our light , as god had to when god was self creating. so the world has a purpose , and as long as we need this world , god will keep the world , here , we have been here a long time , and we have another , 500 years of learning , before we stop incarnating , and go back to heaven , Once we have all returned to heaven , god will destroy the world and the universe, and all 3 dimensional , form will be gone forever , we will return to 4th dimesnion , spirit world , heaven for eternity in happiness, The world can be in a bit of a state at times, and see war and suffering and holes in our ozone , and pollution but all these things , are part of our learning, and are all accounted for . We would often be aware that the sun will burn out one day , and life would cease to exist , but we will be long gone before that happened , and so god has accounted , for everything , the sun will be put out like a candle flame , its that easy for god , to do so , the sun was created , in one second by god . Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.