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Saturday, May 2, 2015

Good & Evil In the Major Religions

There is, apparently, a Jewish teaching which says that one of the responsibilities of the ‘messiah’ when he arrives is to point out the good and evil in the different religions.

Be that as it may, it is important to understand that there is both good and evil in Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism:

The good in Judaism:

1) That there is a Moral Law and that people are rewarded and punished in this world—in other words, not in any metaphysical ‘heaven’ or ‘hell’—for the observation and the violation of that Moral Law.

2) That, in accordance with both the Moral Law and the Doctrine of the Power and Righteousness of the Creator, people live more than one life in this world, during which they receive the rewards and punishments for their actions. (It is referred to as the Doctrine of “the resurrection”; which, in Buddhism, exists as the doctrine of ‘rebirth’).

The evil in Judaism:

The ‘god of the dead’ Pharisaical doctrine of the physical raising of a dead body from the grave, which is the foundational doctrine underlying the Talmud; and any other interpretation of the Revelations in the Torah and the Prophets from within the context of metaphysical philosophy; as, for example, in the writings of Maimonides.

The good in Christianity:

The Teaching of Jesus, which is based upon the Knowledge Revealed through the Vision of the “Son of man” and the Revelation of “the resurrection”.

The evil in Christianity:

Paul’s Pharisaical, “synagogue of Satan” doctrine of the physical raising of a dead body from the grave; and the idolatrous, pagan doctrines of a metaphysical ‘soul’; a metaphysical ‘heaven’ and ‘hell’; and that Jesus was ‘God’, ‘Who’ was crucified as a “vicarious atonement for the sins of men”.

The good in Islam:

1) That the prophet Mohammed was Elijah and John the Baptist ‘raised from the dead’; and,

2) That the foundational Revelations in the Quran consist of the Knowledge Revealed through the Revelation of “the resurrection” and the Vision of the “Son of man” (referred to in the Quran as the “Night Journey”, the “sidrah tree” and the “Night of Qadr”).

The evil in Islam:

1) The ‘god of the dead’ doctrine of the physical raising of a dead body from the grave; and all other doctrines originating in metaphysical philosophy (for example, the doctrine of the houris); and,

2) The categorical disregard of previous Revelations.

The good in Buddhism:

1) That people live more than one life.

2) That there is a non-dualistic “observing consciousness” which is the foundational reality (in terms of the monotheistic Revelations: a consciousness Created ‘by and in the image of God’); as well as a dualistic consciousness of “self” and the ‘thinker’; a consciousness of illusion, which is the source of conflict and violence (in terms of the monotheistic Revelations: a ‘fallen’ consciousness).

The evil in Buddhism:

The denial of the existence of a Creator and the Revelation of Truth.

Michael (Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel, Sura 2, verse 98 of the Quran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light & Chapter 3, verse 12 of the Revelation of John) and

Sarah-->Elijah-->John the Baptist-->Mohammed-->Elizabeth (Chapter 12, verse 13 of the Book of Daniel and Chapter 11, verse 14 & Chapter17, verses 10-13 of the Gospel of Matthew) for:

Seven Women, Seven Churches and Seven Sisters )

Hagar-->the apostle Mary-->Danielle (1982-1987)

(March, 1987—the

Isaac-->the apostle John-->Robin (1986)

Ishmael-->the apostle Peter-->Cindy (1992)

Jacob-->the apostle Thomas-->Linda (1987-

Esau-->the apostle, Judas-->Susan (1970)

Isaiah’s wife-->the apostle James-->Kimberly (2000-

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