A New Life Sciences Paradigm

Exploring Theobiology: A New Paradigm for the Intersection of Science and Spirituality

Based on my observations, the scientific perspective regarding human origins is typically considered inviolable within the scientific community. However, Theobiology introduces a revolutionary framework, challenging the notion that science alone possesses the answers to truth-seeking. This novel approach posits that science and spirituality are not necessarily contradictory, and spirituality could indeed have a significant influence on the course of scientific exploration. Specifically, Theobiology employs symbolic imagery and metaphor-laden language often found in spiritual scriptures, such as Ezekiel’s book in the Bible, to explore new interpretations of the natural world.

An illustration of this unique intersection is the interpretation of Ezekiel’s vision in the context of the spiral structure of hyaluronic acid, as elucidated in Haxaire’s paper published in 2000. While this interpretation doesn’t serve as scientific evidence or validation for Theobiology, it signifies a compelling metaphorical link between scientific discovery and spiritual enlightenment.In essence, Theobiology signifies an innovative perspective on the confluence of science and spirituality, and presents the potential for fresh insights and discoveries that could be beneficial to both these realms of knowledge.

The Temple Veil as a Quintessential Example of Theobiology

The Temple Veil holds profound significance within Judeo-Christian theology, serving as a fundamental element that symbolizes the relationship between God and humanity. In biblical accounts, the Temple Veil was a thick curtain that separated the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place in both the Hebrew Tabernacle and the later Temple of Jerusalem. Its purpose was to create a barrier, allowing only the High Priest to enter the Most Holy Place once a year, specifically on the Day of Atonement. During this sacred occasion, the High Priest would make sacrifices and seek atonement for the sins of the people.

In the context of the New Testament, a momentous event occurred at the precise moment of Jesus’ death on the cross—the tearing of the Temple Veil. This extraordinary event symbolizes the transformative access to God that was made possible through Christ’s ultimate sacrifice. The tearing of the veil represents the removal of the once-impenetrable barrier between God and humanity. It signifies a pivotal shift, allowing believers to enter into the presence of God directly, no longer reliant on intermediaries but rather on their faith in Christ.

While the term “Theobiology” is not commonly used in theological or scientific circles, its underlying concept of seeking truth from within carries profound implications. Rather than relying solely on external factors such as scientific exploration or intellectual pursuits, Theobiology encourages individuals to embark on an internal quest for understanding and establish a personal relationship with God. This approach emphasizes the significance of personal faith and spiritual introspection as pathways to encountering truth and experiencing a profound connection with the divine.

Ultimately, the concept of the Temple Veil and its immense significance in Judeo-Christian theology serve as a powerful reminder of the sacrificial atonement accomplished through Jesus’ death and resurrection. It stands as a timeless symbol, encapsulating the profound truth that believers now have direct spiritual access to God through their faith in Christ. The tearing of the Temple Veil signifies the unification of humanity with the divine, a pivotal moment in history that continues to inspire and deepen the spiritual journey of believers to this day.

Figure 1. Various skins were used to cover sin beginning with Adam and Eve (Genesis 3:21). The skins result from the shedding of blood, which affirms that life of the flesh is in the blood (Leviticus 17:11) . Christ came to earth in his mobile tabernacle (Ezekiel’s wheel). He became our permanent veil after God tore the Hebrew temple veil (Hebrews 9:12) . The question remains. If we were created in the image and likeness of God, shouldn’t we have the temple veil patterning within us (1Corinthians 3:16)? The universal flesh molecule is hyaluronic acid (HA). HA has all the necessary physical and biological properties (see Turner’s Contributions) to interface with the Spirit of life. In otherwords, the veil is mankinds gateway into eternal life through Christ. On this website we explore the divine properties of hyaluronic acid (HA)

Author : Ray Turner

My work in higher education led to my induction as a Portsmouth,Virginia notable (2006) by my birth home. This tribute included better known inductees such as Missy Elliott, Ruth Brown, Ada Barbour, the late Bill Deal, Perry Ellis and others. I retired from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as the Executive Dean of Roxbury Community College in Boston. The highlight of my research career was my appointment as a research affiliate at MIT. It was there where I discovered that hyaluronic acid (HA), the flesh molecule, is a pattern of the Hebrew temple veil and Ezekiel's wheel. My goal is to promote a new paradigm for the life sciences where testable hypotheses are formulated from the inerrant "Word of God."

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