Are the inheritors of the Terrestrial kingdom damned? in General Discussions Posted December 13, 2020 · Edited December 13, 2020 by OGHoosier 5 minutes ago, Stargazer said: The laws of physics may have nothing whatever to do with celestial glory. Most people imagine heaven to merely be a souped-up version of mortality. I'm convinced that it is so far beyond that, that we literally cannot imagine it. Well, we can imagine it, but our imaginary vision of heaven (any of them) is like trying to see something in a lightless cavern a mile underground. "souped-up version of mortality". That's a funny line and I approve. Actually that's how I've always viewed the telestial kingdom - souped-uo mortality. The celestial kingdom should not be considered in the same category. Edit: I encountered a discussion on some other board about the laws of physics and the gospel and many Smart People™️ were posting and a consensus was that, since God is a physical being He has to obey the laws of physics as we know them. And because many Smart People™️ were going along with this I bought into it for a bit until I looked up and was like "wait why the freak should I believe that? I don't believe that. I don't think God is required to adhere our feeble conceptions of reality and I don't see any reason why I should believe that." It was on that day that I was introduced to both philosophical skeptical theism and the fact that overthinking things doesn't stop with our high school final essays.