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The Fourth Coming-bookcover

By: Francis Keith Robins

The Fourth Coming

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In a time of dire need, as climate change, conflict, and economic upheaval imperil our existence and our mental well-being deteriorates from not utilising our minds as God intended, Francis Keith Robins introduces a groundbreaking approach to saving humanity – reshaping our thought processes through mathematics.

In his book, The Fourth Coming, Robins provides a detailed, step-by-step guide to unlocking our inherent mathematical potential. His vision is to create a society that is inclusive, equal, and peaceful – one that aligns with God’s desire for us. He advocates for a paradigm shift where shared mathematical models and systematic thinking supplant the ineffective classes of governments and institutions currently jeopardizing our planet. This revolutionary approach aims to alter the trajectory of human history in a manner that aligns with divine intentions.

Robins’ theories, described as a work of mathematical brilliance, offer a refreshingly simple yet profound solution to consciousness – which, as noted by ‘New Scientist’, remains one of the most elusive and significant mysteries in science and philosophy. Furthermore, he concludes that the introduction of religion by God was a response to humanity’s failure to use their brains as He intended.

Francis Keith Robins, a philosophical mathematician from Merseyside, Northwest England, possesses a singular mind from which has emerged a radical solution to the existential threats facing the world today – changing the way we think and reason. His mathematical models of set thinking and the 15 classes of knowledge have provided a framework on which a new, more egalitarian, society can be created.

A mathematical genius, Robins attributes his breakthroughs in the field of God mathematics to his hypersensitive and hyperactive mind and a life lived through the lens of mathematical principles. He has a maths degree from Bradford University and spent three decades as an auditor for the British civil service before the uniqueness of his thinking strategies were bought to light. This discovery changed his life, leading him to embark on a journey to spread the word about set thinking.

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