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The Invisible word/(Logos) is the image of the visible DNA word ATCG/, the physical word of life, and the Logos became Bios/Biologos through the very Word, which is God. Similarly, the layman (The Shepherd David) and the scientist (Miescher) used the same phrase substance for what we recognize today as DNA. Just like the transfer of physical information implies four essential stages to sustain physical life, so also four critical events in the spiritual realm. Since the dawn of human history, this mystery has been hidden from man and is now revealed. 



   The Scripture says Jesus was conceived by His mother, Mary, through the power of the Holy Spirit. However, for the ‘conceived' to manifest in the flesh, it is critical to understand how science accurately explains the ‘manifestation' processes. In the book, The Genetics of God, in chapter 8, I described the mechanism of physical information transfer that culminates in manifesting the living system's flesh. However, what happens in heaven directly affects what happens on earth and is an integral part of the Christian faith. To this end, in chapter 10, I described the mechanism of spiritual information transfer. For the Christian, the heavenly realm is not in the distant future or out-of-the-way but accessible from within, and over the years; God revealed hidden mysteries to His people. For instance, the earthly tabernacle is the image of the heavenly tabernacle, and the earthly New Jerusalem is the image of the heavenly New Jerusalem. 


Similarly, it is reasonable to extrapolate that the earthly physical information transfer (information on physical life) is the image of the spiritual information transfer (information on spiritual life) in the spiritual realm. Since the dawn of human history, this mystery that the invisible Word (Logos) is the image of the visible physical living Word ATCG was hidden from man. However, now (after the elucidation of the structure of the DNA in 1953), it is revealed.

“He reveals mysteries from the darkness And brings the deep darkness into light. Job 12:22,

He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him. Daniel 2:22,

The mystery that has been kept hidden for ages and generations, but is now disclosed to the Lord’s people. Colossians 1:26

God became man in the person of the historical Jesus of Nazareth, validating the eternal truth of the Incarnation. The Scripture expounds on the nature of God, man, and the world and uses physical realities or factual events in nature or our day-to-day life that point to greater spiritual truths. In other words, an earthly story demonstrates a heavenly or spiritual truth. It uncovers scientific facts in conceptual form and is refined by scientific innovations.


The Scripture predicts scientific truth and "potential discoveries" before they are known to the world. However, to get a better understanding, it is essential to analyze the verses and unique terms through the lens of science. Simple illustrations, analogies, or parables can help us better understand the Scripture dialogue on nature. For example, Jesus spoke of a metaphor or parable called the "Sower and seed" to explain the mysteries of the spiritual kingdom. Jesus wants people to understand the reality of the spiritual realm before it comes to fruition.  "Then He spoke many things to them in parables, saying: “Behold, a sower went out to sow.  And as he sowed, some seed fell by the wayside; and the birds came and devoured them.

Some fell on stony places, where they did not have much earth; and they immediately sprang up because they had no depth of earth. But when the sun was up they were scorched, and because they had no root, they withered away. And some fell among thorns, and the thorns sprang up and choked them. But others fell on good ground and yielded a crop: some a hundredfold, home sixty, some thirty. He who has ears to hear, let him hear!” Matthew 13:3-9

The parable’s purpose is to contemplate a new perspective or novel thinking. However, the disciples did not understand the spiritual significance of the parable. Jesus explained it in the following way.  The Sower is “God/Jesus,” The Son of Man The seed is “the word of the kingdom” The soil or ground is “The World” 

If we extrapolate this parable to our physical life which is confined to DNA and  spiritual life that we inherit from God, some astonishing facts come to light; DNA contains information about physical life. In the same way, God has information on spiritual life. DNA transcribes or transmits a message using messenger RNA. Similarly, Jesus is the messenger from heaven to bring us the good news of salvation on earth. DNA must make flesh and blood (protein) to sustain physical life. This is a four-step process. Similarly, transferring the good news of salvation involves four essential steps. More information can be found in the book The Genetics of God.




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