There is talk that there may be as many as 11 universes coexisting, this lines up with an old Hebrew text that agrees and adds there are 4 man can know, Paul spoke of being taken to the third heaven.
The three heavens actually make sense in either a globe or flat earth cosmology (whichever you believe) without resorting to other universes to explain it. The first heaven (from Genesis 1) is clearly the atmosphere. In the globe view, the second heaven would be outer space and the third heaven would actually be Paradise/Heaven.
In the flat earth (Biblical) cosmology which I adhere to, the first heaven is the atmosphere and the second and third heavens are both areas of the spiritual realm, third heaven being Paradise where God's throne is. I talk about this in my YouTube video called "A Biblical Cosmology." Some of the prophets were caught up to what appears to be the second heaven, because they saw God's throne through a firmament above them. Then we have Paul who was caught up to the third heaven. Why second heaven for the prophets, but third heaven for Paul? Because the prophets did not have the cleansing shield of the Holy Spirit. They could not have survived being directly in the presence of God. (My understanding, perhaps it is flawed.)
Anyways, I do not see how there can be any possibility of a multiverse without embracing moral relativism. The movie "The One" has some interesting commentary on the idea of parallel universes. In the movie, the antagonist is going from universe to universe killing his alter egos because their life force gets divided between the survivors. Becoming "The One" would make him unbelievably powerful. Anyways, the movie puts it something like this:
"In one universe, you're not married. In another, you are married. In another, you are married to a different woman. In another, you are married to a man."
The idea that every choice or variation spawns a different universe is not only absurd, it negates all morality. Why should I, HERE, be a good little Christian if some version of me out there is a hedonistic, philandering, narcissistic scumbag? Why shouldn't I be THAT version of me?
Plus, the stupidity of the infinite universes concept is truly staggering. INFINITE. UNIVERSES. And of course the establishment tells us that everything arose by accident over 14.5 billion years or some such rubbish. In other words, there would be universes out there where humanity never existed and intelligent life evolved to look like Teletubbies(tm). Because every possibility would have to be a reality.
It's degenerate moral relativism disguised as science. Science fiction actually. It's really more like philosophy. The idea of parallel universes will never be proven.
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