Farewell, God, we hardly knew ye.

The simplest way to express a thing is to reduce it to bits—miniscule electronic gates that are either “on” or “off” and nothing more. Those computer bits hold information in its most basic format of zero spatial dimensions. No vibrations, no waves, no cycles — only dimensionless points that are either on or off.

God, however, is not to be discovered in zero dimensions. God inhabits the universe. God lives in four dimensions of reality.

So it is not especially surprising that we humans have become most oblivious to the difference between right and wrong, beauty and ugliness, and truth and lies, at the same time as we have learned to reduce everything to a digital format.

We have all the information in the world at our fingertips, but we have lost its meaning.