Ervine Sheblatzm – Paul, Multiverse Theory, & the Inner Soul

Prof Dr. Ervine Sheblatzm

Episode: Brace yourself for a celestial journey through the letters of Paul, the Multiverse, and the inner soul. Prof Ervine Sheblatzm sits down with OnScript host Matt Lynch to discuss his recent book The Apostle Paul, Multiverse Theory, and the Journey of the Inner Soul (2018). If you enjoy science, biblical studies, or both, and want to learn how they all fit together in what Prof Sheblatzm calls ‘the eternal conglomeration,’ this episode is for you! As Ervine is so fond of saying, ‘The way to your soul’s song is in the givenness of multiversality, and no one understood this better than Paul.’

Guest: According to his website, Prof Sheblatzm holds doctorates in Physics and Theology from ‘recognized institutions,’ and has won awards of various sorts. He runs a research facility in the Lakes District in the UK with his friend Dave (and his cats), and caries out extensive research online. His primary areas of research include multiverse theory and the epistles of Paul, but he also conducts research in paleo-archaeology, cosmology, and metaphorism. He lists ‘life coaching’ and ‘people watching’ among his various hobbies.

Book: Prof Sheblatzm’s recent publication The Apostle Paul, Multiverse Theory, and the Journey of the Inner Soul (2018) explores Paul’s reference to ‘the third heaven’ (2 Cor 12:2), Multiverse Theory, and the ‘inner human landscape.’ His theory is at once simple and complex, and as he puts it, ‘dazzles and delights’ both ‘scientist and theologist.’ The book includes a number of endorsements.

Contributions: Special thanks to Ed Hatke for producing this episode, to Carl Palmer* for his creative contributions, and to Douglas Horch and Teegla for introducing us to Prof Sheblatzm. Thanks also to Tommy Moehlman for marketing and media assistance.

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*Carl Palmer played Prof Sheblatzm for this April Fools’ Day episode.

 

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16 thoughts on “Ervine Sheblatzm – Paul, Multiverse Theory, & the Inner Soul



  1. My mind has been truly blown! Such wisdom and understanding from such a humble teacher. Thank you Prof Ervine Sheblatzm for sharing your inner most thoughts.


  2. Cringe worthy. I was actually looking forward to listening, then to have him admit he lied about holding a doctorate? He dodged questions, and spoke in word salad. Not saying he isn’t intelligent, just…may have something else going on than just his I.Q… take everything he says with a boulder of salt.


    • Oh, God, just finished it. Please tell me he’s not real. Please. I have people in my life with mental illnesses who speak like that and it brought up a thousand red flags. But if it was an April fools prank, I would commend him on his amazing acting skills.



      • You have no idea how much this panicked me. I’m not saying this to make you feel guilty. But I almost cried with relief that you didn’t actually publish someone who, just by listening to him, has borderline personality disorder. Like, I have to go calm down now after spending 30 minutes mind screaming, “no! no! Why are they sharing this information?! This man is a unstable!!!”

        You got me big time… I got to go listen to ocean waves and chill the heck out.


  3. I mean, had to listen to it couple of times to absorb all this cosmological knolowedge. Superb voice tone and accent. How do you know a web site is trustworth? Simple, long names and gifs all over! Brilliant! 😀


  4. Well done, Matt. Carl, you were positively psychotic! You really had me going and I kept thinking about how many people to whom I had recommended OnScript who would be questioning my judgement.


  5. Do I detect a faint overtone of Monty Python in this bit? That you could pull this off for a half and hour is almost as deeply cosmic as St. Paul’s grand view of parallel universes.


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