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The Cosmic Christ
All things were created through and for Him.
He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together.
Colossians 1: 15-19
From his lifetime to the fifth century, the understanding of Jesus underwent a radical transformation. Early in the first century, Jesus
was  the son of a carpenter and the leader of a small band of religious zealots; by the fifth century, Jesus had become the organizing
principle of the cosmos, the key to understanding reality, and the answer to the mystery of existence. The human longing for order
had found its end in Jesus, the Logos incarnate, the reason and structure of the cosmos. The intellectual and spiritual implications
of this sense of the Cosmic Christ are still felt today. Indeed, the eminent twentieth-century philosopher Alfred North Whitehead
has suggested that the scientific worldview, now so deeply embedded into western consciousness, has its roots in the theology of
fifth-century Christians.
Picture Christ Pantocrator (1994). Heiko Schlieper (1931-). Secco. St. George the Victory Bearer Ukrainian Catholic Church. © The Provincial Museum of Alberta,
PMA:J99.1981.

The image of Christ Pantocrator - inscribed with the term "The Being" - is, according to the Byzantine iconographic program, placed in the dome of the church. It speaks of
Christ the creator and sustainer of the cosmos. In Christ the cosmos has its reason for being, its form and fulfillment.
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THE COSMIC CHRIST
The Alpha and the Omega
OUR CREATOR
  1. In the beginning was the light, Space, Time and the Word, and all was with God, and all was Christ.
  2. Christ was before the beginning.
  3. All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being.
  4. In Him was a singularity, and the life was created from the big bang by Christ Evolution.
  • Bishop Ting (China 1915 - 2012) contribution to the theology of Christology of the Cosmic Christ. Influenced greatly by the thinking of                       
    Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and process theology, Ting's Cosmic Christ teach that the whole cosmos is Christ's domain and that God                            
    must be understood in terms of the love of Jesus, as seen throughout the four Gospels
The Noosphere

    Genesis By Rev. Eric Michel

  1. 13.799±0.021 billion years ago Christ created from is Big Bang, He creates the cosmos starting with darkness and light from the         
    stars on the first Divine Day.
  2. After our sun and moon set at there places there was evening and there was morning.
  3. And  4.54 ± 0.05 billion years ago Christ creates the earth separated the seas from the lands then populates seas and ending                 
    with the creation on the last day the  Holy Thought blesses and sanctifies the last day. The primates diverged from other               
    mammals
  4. about 85 million years ago and 14 million years ago appear the Hominina tribe. The modern humans theory evolved  in Africa        
    possibly from Homo heidelbergensis, Homo rhodesiensis or Homo antecessor  and migrated out of the continent some                     
    50,000 to 100,000 years ago, gradually replacing local populations of Homo erectus Denisova hominins, Homo floresiensis                     
    and Homo neanderthalensis.  Archaic Homo sapiens, the forerunner of anatomically modern humans, evolved in the Middle       
    Paleolithic between 400,000 and 250,000 years ago. Recent DNA evidence suggests that several haplotypes of Neanderthal                
    origin are present among all non-African populations, and Neanderthals and other hominins, such as Denisovans, may have  
    contributed up to 6% of their genome to present-day humans, suggestive of a limited inter-breeding between these species.                  
    The transition to behavioral modernity with the develop ment of symbolic culture, language, and specialized lithic  technology   
    happened around 50,000 years ago with Adam and Eve according to many anthropologists.
Adam ???
Homo erectus pekinensis -
archeaeological
Author  Cicero Moraes

    At the top left and South America at the far right. Migration patterns are based on studies of mitochondrial (matrilinear) DNA.           
    Dashed lines are hypothetical migrations.

    Numbers represent thousand years before present.

    The blue line represents area covered in ice or tundra during the last great ice age.

    The letters are the mitochondrial DNA haplogroups (pure motherly lineages);
    Haplogroups can be used to define genetic populations and are often geographically oriented.
    For example, the following are common divisions for mtDNA haplogroups:

  1. African: L, L1, L2, L3
  2. Near Eastern: J, N
  3. Southern European: J, K
  4. General European: H, V
  5. Northern European: T, U, X
  6. Asian: A, B, C, D, E, F, G (note: M is composed of C, D, E, and G)
  7. Native American: A, B, C, D, and sometimes X
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