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The purpose of this book is to bring together the complete theological (non-)system explaining: the historical and future trends of the society I live in, what I believe, what I believe my mission is, the nature of the Trinity (God), and responses to the typical counter arguments. This paper is highly technical and exhaustive theologically, but written in simple language and brief in length. I call this theology Rational Paradox, because it is based on a unified and holistic worldview, drawing from both rational and mystical sources, for theological arguments. I believe in worshipping and following God, in my entirety, with my: heart (emotions), mind (reason), body, and spirit (will). I see the world, in a way, that doesn't feel the need to choose between emotions and reason, as I believe that they are meant, to work together, in harmony and need not be at war. Due to our fallen nature, this is a constant struggle, but I still find it worth the price, for the possibility of living a happy and balanced life.

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