I believe that when a Christian gets to heaven he will have a greatly expanded intelligence. He will have many things explained to him about his past life, showing him the workings of providence, all the good he accomplished and why God did many of the things He did. I’d like to know how God responded to the dying prayer of Aristotle:”In pollution I entered the world,anxiously I have lived in it, miserably do I depart from it. O Thou cause of causes, have mercy upon me,”
But beyond that, those who have spent their lives searching for truth will be pleased to discover they can get answers to all of the many questions they have. Students of Archeology will be able to see a model of the Tabernacle, the temples in Jerusalem, The Acropolis in all its glory with its painted statues, Petra, the Colosseum, etc. Not only ancient architecture but the various siege engines, the Roman mechanical computers, the construction methods of the pyramids and what they did with their wet cell batteries, the Colossus of Rhodes, the science and technology of the Babylonians, Chichen-Itza, the cities of the Incas, etc.
Students of Philosophy will have access to the complete writings of Plato, Aristotle and many others.
St. Augustine will be able to clear up many points about his later ideas..
In Geology we can be shown the state of the world before the flood. We can view the dragon of the Ishstar Gate of Babylon and all the dragons of the world which were in fact dinosaurs, some still alive today. With seven eighths of the Earth’s surface ocean we can get a much better picture of what is swimming around in it off the regular shipping lanes. It will also be explained that the physical materials from which the eath is constructed are far too unstable to last a million years , let alone the 3.5 to 14.5 years of Evolutionist fantasy.
In Astronomy we can discover if there is life on other worlds, whether the planets in other star systems are really planets as we understand them or merely dead stars, how the Asteroid belt was formed and the rings of Saturn and Jupiter and the latter’s red spot.
Then there are also the world’s great mysteries, the fate of the Mary Celeste, Kaspar Hauser, things which disappeared in The Bermuda Triangle, rains of frogs and fishes, etc.
There will be all sorts of models and exhibits and even things like the holodeck in Star Trek to aid our understanding. We can spend part of our Eternal experience pursuing knowledge in ways not possible in this life.