I have worked as a scientist on how to achieve a good society for 37 years and concluded that the implementation of equal human rights would unavoidably realize a good society. By researching the Bible, I have found that my good society is the same as Heaven on Earth, which Jesus Christ is supposed to create when he returns for the second time. If I am right, does it mean that I might be Jesus Christ?
2. God created a good world
Something created the nature in which we live. This nature is very complex, logical, functional, rational, beautiful and harmonious. It means that a highly developed power that we could not conceive has created the world. I accepted that the name of this force is God. God created a good world. God certainly wants people to live well, but people deviate from his will.
3. The origin of religions
Some individuals have claimed that they received messages from God and passed out his will to the people. This was the origin of religions. Religions contain ancient wisdom that brings good to people, and that is why we can say that they carry the will of God. But why do the messages of God pass only the knowledge from the time when the religion originated? Why has God, as almighty and all-knowing, not said something more about the world that, according to the Bible, he created in six days? Or, perhaps most importantly, why did God not tell these messengers how to build a good society? Does the lack of knowledge that comes from the Bible mean that God's messengers invented the words of God, or they were not able to understand his words well enough? Taking into account that different people received different messages from God, they have formed different religions. But God certainly has not sent different messages to different religions; He certainly did not deceive people.
4. Mistakes of religions
Also, the range of material written into religious books is very comprehensive but not useful in defining a good society. God is not a blabberer; He is an extremely effective creator, which means that his messages must be effective as well. In contrast, many sentences in religious books confront to wisdom that cannot make a good society. Such sentences definitely cannot be sent by God.
Most religions force people to follow the will of God obediently. God certainly does not want to force people into anything because coercion cannot make right. Power over people is a need of the spiritually undeveloped people. Control over people is a privilege that brings evil. This control creates stupidity, greed, hatred, destruction, wars, and hell on earth. It has nothing to do with the will of God. With this in regard, the religions that force people to follow God are in confrontation with the intention of God. God does not need power over people. He is far above such need. God wants us to create a good society.
Can we assume that among those people who wrote religious books were some who wanted to reach power over people? When you see how quickly today's religious preachers improvise verses from the Bible to achieve intellectual superiority over religious people, then yes we can assume some writers of holy books did the same. These people entered ideas into religious texts that have nothing to do with the will of God. They created contradictions in the Bible. For example, God's 6th commandment states: "Thou shall not murder" and Jesus Christ, Son of God, according to Luke (19:27) said: "But as for these enemies of mine who didn't want me to be their king - bring them here and slaughter them in my presence." The mistakes in the Bible have certainly prevented the progress of society.
5. The Bible has presented deeply wise and wonderful words of God
The following verses from the Bible undeniably confirm that God wants people to create a good society:
Psalm (89:14) 'Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; steadfast love and faithfulness go before you.'
Amos (5:7,15) 'Ah, you that turn justice to wormwood, and bring righteousness to the ground!... Hate evil and love good and establish justice in the gate.'
Galatians (5:22-23) 'The Spirit's role in a person's life is to perfect the person's character, to make him like God. Its fruits, being shown in human behaviour, are the divine attributes of God: "The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control..."'