What is Metatomics?
Metatomics is the study of how to speak truly of God and of all things in relation to God through science, hypothesis and research. Bringing these methods together is called "mechanics" and is important for seekers of fact and faith trying to establish a connection to God. It can be used within the framework of organized religion or followed independently as a Christian philosophy.
Metatomics will acquaint you with the major religious systems of the world by concisely exposing the doctrines of various faiths. By understanding the parallels between various religions is the only way for one to learn what is unique about any one faith and how similar many world religions as well as most other less prominent faith systems are. Remember, religion is a method by which a sentient entity can bring out some profound beneficial change. Metatomics takes modern religion to the next level – evolving the spirituality of the individual, and not adherence to restrictive and frequently hateful dogma and the tired rules and laws written by church leadership that can’t be related to in the modern age or beyond.
Metatomics strongly believes that all faiths have many commonalities; Those historical, textual, emotional and spiritual truisms that bring people together. Faith is very personal and individually important, and yet people of faith all believe that life for themselves and all other sentient beings is better with god than without. Most religions are equally valid and shall be respected as just in the eyes of God and Man. One of the main tenets of Metatomics is growth for all people. We must all find our own path in life, through the teachings of whichever religion meets our individual needs. We must remember that we’re all human beings, and only by working together can we build a better future for ourselves and our children. This concept forms the very foundation of Metatomics.