God programs in particles, and compiles them into systems and beings.

There are two basic Human Operating Systems.  One is built on the theory that Everything Appeared By Accident.  The other operates on the theory that God Created Everything.

Each of us human programs uses one of the Operating Systems at any given time.  Many human programs begin by operating with one system and changing to the other.  Some may change several times.

The “God Created Everything” people have various degrees of belief.  Some believe that God just “got the ball rolling” and doesn’t pay much attention to what goes on.  The most primitive believers think God has determined everything that will happen, so all is fate, kismet, and pre-ordained.

More advanced believers include those who believe He wrote and downloaded us human programs with free will.  We see the universe as a huge, very long-running, 3-D movie.  We are each “stars” in our own role on the stage.  The purpose?  To see if we, tiny, free-will programs in a HUGE Creation Program, will choose to believe and obey the Operating Instructions with which The Loving Programmer has provided us.

When we are taken out of “the movie”, we meet The Critic.  If we had chosen to believe and obey sufficiently, He may give us enough mercy to get into Heaven.  If we chose not to believe and obey, He doesn’t want us around.  “I gave you all the time you needed.  I even sent my Son to die for you.  What more can I do?”  The Loving Programmer asks the lost souls as the trap door opens.

He does tell us to do things to test our obedience.  He said we should be love our neighbors, do good to those who hurt us, and, most bizarrely of all, He told us very clearly, “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood, you do not have life in you.”

What kind of a Loving Programmer would do that?  One Who wanted to separate sheep from goats, believers from non-believers, friends from enemies.

God programs in particles, and compiles them into systems and beings.  He wrote and downloaded The Creation Program, with us in it, amid trillions and trillions of sub-programs, all running so harmoniously together that earths go around planets, planets around suns, all amid galaxy programs that have been copied and pasted to pinwheel through space, as far as a telescope can see.

Once in a while, a person looks up and suddenly realizes:  “Clouds are programs, downloaded for a myriad of reasons, not the least of which is to let me understand that they are among the most beautiful of His sub-programs!”

Catholic Fundamentalism’s description of God as The Loving Programmer is a big help to many moderns who think they are “too advanced” to believe in God.  Those same people can comprehend the validity of The Loving Programmer with surprising speed.

A fortunate few may rise to understand why He said, “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood, you do not have life in you.”