The persistence of religious gods
Modern religions have inherited a vision of a god from antiquity and then merged him with a medieval god. For example, Christianity inherited the God of Yahweh from ancient Israel. So a "religious" God was created, who knows everything, sees everything, manages everything and takes care of people. He normally does it without them knowing, but when they ask for it, he can increase that care.
Thus, a "religious" god is a sum of the ancient gods who were involved in human affairs, each with a specialty. There were gods from happiness, love, rain, lost things and many other things. Parallel to these gods came the Israeli Yahweh, that is, the invisible god destined for one chosen people. Jesus' efforts to present the correct image of God as the Father of all mankind were, sadly, tragically interrupted after three years. No wonder then different visions of God emerged. As a result, the omnipresent, invisible, just and sometimes merciful Lord God was created as the Holy Trinity; although in different Christian varieties. The Islamic Allah also appeared at the same time. These images of God remain in the consciousness of most people on Earth to this day.
Essenceism was created to give hope to those who had already completely rejected the "religious" god and even became atheists. Perhaps some of them will still find some good will to be interested in the Original Being. This also applies to believers in various other "religious gods."
In its analysis, essenceism found that most of us feel in the dark when it comes to religious matters. We don't understand God, we don't know the meaning of our life and we don't take into account the fact that we are eternal. Besides, we do not realize that we are under Satan's power. In addition, we are sure that God Himself will save us someday. My system creates a chance that one day we will open our eyes to what surrounds us.
This "opening of the eyes" is primarily related to the salvation of mankind from evil. As a result, our civilization would free itself from the captivity of evil, that is, the reign of Satan. It would then experience the presence of the Original Being, which can be called "warmer" Heavenly Father. Essenceism, describing such a God, proclaims that every human being is faced with the prospect of an eternal presence in his surroundings after the end of his earthly life. It is worth taking advantage of this short earthly existence to prepare for this most important, or eternal, part of our life.
What I wrote above, although known to mankind for centuries, has not been properly implemented in our daily lives. This fact should be taken to heart by the people of the world's greatest religions. If they remain faithful to their "old" religious views, the world that is the original concept of the Creator will never come. The idea of a God who created the world of absolute good, a God who knows no evil, and a God who in this world destined us to reach perfection, will be lost. Understanding the perfect Original Being is to help people better understand the meaning of life.