TekARK offers an alternative idea on religion, one that's shaped primarily by the modern world. Aided by scientific theory and fact, it draws together the notion of the divine with the idea of the Simulation Hypothesis. At the same time, however, it also holds that all ancient major religions are in fact real and true, having come from the very same divinity in order to spark differentiation in our world.

Here in Book Two we move onward, explicitly laying out the idea that ours is a simulated reality as created by God. It explores exactly what it is that concept means to us - how it would only be logical for God to utilize a process at least markedly similar to what we understand as a simulated reality. Furthermore, it describes how such a process would indeed imbue God with the typical powers we understand Him to possess over our reality: Omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, and so on.

It then explores various bits of evidence at the very least strongly supporting the belief in a simulated reality. These not only include scientific and technological evidence, but also draws directly from existing religious beliefs. Indeed, going along with the understanding that all major religious systems came from our same Creator, the notion of the Christian Trinity is utilized as particularly strong evidence for a simulated existence.

Lastly, we explore various scientific understanding that seem to go hat in hand with a simulated reality: Our current understanding of the Big Bang and moment of Creation being just one of many. It also relies heavily on quantum physics: The double slit experiment, quantum entanglement, the measurement problem, etc.

So although the understanding that ours is a simulated reality as made by our God might be a difficult pill to swallow at first, the work tries to ease the idea in gradually, before then making a strong case as to just how we might come to realize our existence in such a way.

This work is primarily intended for those who have been searching for their faith, yet have always come up empty thus far; those of a realist/scientific bent, who seek to explore their own faith whilst still retaining their core principles and understandings; or merely the curious and inquisitive sort, who are perfectly content in their beliefs but are always desiring to continue expanding their minds with new knowledge.

TekARK sprung out of my own beliefs, consisting entirely of them, when I myself found that no existing faith adhered to exactly what I saw and thought of this world. Since my beliefs evolved to become so markedly different from anything else "out there", I committed to writing them down and sharing them with the world at large that others in my position might not have to craft something entirely from scratch in order to express and understand their faith. Likewise, they merely are my own beliefs, and nothing more than that - whether others should find them useful in their own lives or not, I cannot say, only that this is what "worked" here for me.

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