Chapter 27

The message of Jesus and the ideas of essenceism

In my studies, I try to create the most innovative look at the existence of God, the spiritual world, eternity in man, as well as the state of our civilization. I found my views difficult to accept by most of the people I know, and especially for the followers of centuries-old religious systems. Perhaps my views are so innovative and difficult to accept that it can be compared to the situation in Israel during the time of Jesus Christ. Of course, I don't mean to compare the scope of what I do with the scope of the work and teaching of the Son of God. Rather, I mean the comparison of the lack of understanding of His teachings at that time, which is similar to the lack of understanding of what I am writing about. The analysis of essenceism shows that the teachings of Jesus were so different from the expectations of the then religious hierarchs that they felt a threat to their position and rejected them entirely. To this day, most Israeli clergy treat Jesus as a revolutionary who tried to overturn the entire national structure of Israel.

Thanks to a lot of experience resulting from participation in new religious movements, I have the opportunity to better assess what happened more than two thousand years ago, because the human psyche has not changed much since then. From the period of the activity of the Son of God, there emerges a figure of someone who is misunderstood by those around him, distant from his loved ones, treated like a fanatic by people from higher social spheres, and completely unaccepted by the religious leaders of the time. The alleged crowds following Jesus were mostly poor people looking for some support and improvement of their health situation. Often they were just onlookers or viewers expecting miracles. A similar situation is happening today with various "messiahs" and religious healers. Moreover, in Jesus' day, political leaders and religious leaders made him a reputation for destroying the social order. His teaching was so alien to society at that time that even his apostles were afraid to support him in public. This is evidenced, for example, by Peter's denial of his knowledge of Jesus. So let's re-analyze those times. I did it by analyzing people's attitudes towards the new religious reformers. I see in this analysis a similar phenomenon that took place more than two thousand years ago.

In this respect, I also analyze my actions leading to the modernization of knowledge about religious concepts important for every human being. For didactic purposes, I made a brief comparison between the main points of Jesus' teaching, which were too difficult for his contemporaries to accept, and the main ideas of essenceism, which are equally difficult to accept in our time.

Views in the teaching of Jesus difficult for the Israelites to comprehend

The views of essenceism are difficult to accept by current religions

Jesus taught about God as Heavenly Father, while the Jews worship Yahweh, of whom they have a completely different idea.

Essenceism explains the existence of God as the Original Being, which is so innovative that it is difficult to accept.

For the Israelites, Jesus was the son of a carpenter, a revolutionist for some and a healer for others.

For essenceism, Jesus is the accomplished Adam, that is, the Son of God, and not God, not the part of the Holy Trinity.

For the Israelites, Yahweh was their tribal god committed to their nation, and they did not understand God the Father to all people.

The Original Being is the Father of each of us, because everyone receives from Him a unique spiritual person.

For Judaism, God is involved in the human world, sees everything, knows everything, controls everything, while Jesus "put" Heavenly Father in heaven.

Essenceism describes God existing in the sphere beyond time and space as the Original Being who is separated from people by the state of earthly evil.

For Judaism, man's eternity is understood in various ways. There are views on three souls, only one of which faces Yahweh after physical death.

Essenceism claims that each of us has our own eternal spiritual person,

who after physical waste is to live forever in the spiritual world.

Jesus used the term "god of this world" to refer to one who rules the world against the will of the true God. The Jews did not understand the power of Satan and therefore the Redeemer of mankind was murdered.

Essenceism readily speaks of Satan as "the ruler of this world". He rules the world through the power of authority based on fallen nature that functions in every human being.








 Essenceism -

This is an analytical system that was created to understand the existence of God, the spiritual world and the eternity of man and which shaped the Theory of Eternal Existence - Author

This is the contents of the books about the system essenceism that shaped:

 the Theory of Eternal Existence    and the  Outline of Theory of Eternal Eexistence

1. Essenceism 1 - “God is not from this world”- (scientific understanding of God)

 2. Essenceism 2 - “We are from this world”- (understanding the role of man in relation to God)

 3. Essenceism 3 - “Evil is from this world”- (understanding of evil)

 4. Essenceism 4 - “Vision not from this world”- (understanding of salvation)

 5. Essenceism 5 - “Eternity is not from this world”- (understanding of eternity)

 6. Essenceism 6 - “Unreal gods from this world”- (understanding of religions)

  7. Essenceism 7 - “Love from this and not from this world- (understanding of love)

  8. Essenceism 8 - “Reality from this and not from this world- (understanding of reality)