Waiting for salvation
Some Christian denominations expect that whenever God wants it, He will make the Last Judgment or decide the end of the world. However, according to the analysis of essenceism, nothing like this can happen. For the Creator is the perfect architect of the universe, so He could not destroy His work simply because evil was created on Earth.
Added to this is that the Original Being, defined by essenceism as absolutely good and perfect God, should not segregate people into those He accepts and those He rejects. This phenomenon would mean the introduction of His Last Judgment. Such action would make the Creator imperfect. Unfortunately, many religions shaped their "god" for their needs, hence it can be called their imaginary god.
In addition, essenceism consistently claims that God does not know evil, which also precludes His attempts to carry out salvation or the end of the world. Therefore, one should not expect God to make the decision to send from heaven the liquidator of this evil, the Savior.
The above claims are in obvious conflict with the faith of many religions, such as Judaism, Islam and, above all, Christianity. In these religions, God's calling of patriarchs, prophets, saints, and finally sending the Messiah is so grounded that it is difficult to argue with now.
Essenceism proposes a kind of reset in the understanding of God, which He initially called the Original Being. This Being destined the Earth as a place for the development of His children to a state of perfection. Before He did it, He prepared everything so that people could develop properly on it. If He did not, He would be an imperfect God. Thus, the concept of the world was refined by Him in every respect. It can even be assumed that His model of civilization was introduced not only here on Earth, but also in other places in space. Essenceism consistently affirms that the perfect work of the Creator cannot be further modified by any process that does not come from Him.
Based on the foregoing, it can be concluded that those who claim that the process of salvation is overseen by God do not have a proper understanding of who the perfect Creator really is. Of course, there is no doubt that humanity needs salvation. However, one should not adapt God's actions to human desires, because such a state not only falsifies His Personality, but also results in erroneous expectations of the inhabitants of the Earth. It also creates a situation in which people, instead of trying to fix the existing reality, expect Almighty God to do it for them. This situation satisfies most religions while depriving them of one of the main reasons for their existence.
All the above arguments support the need for quite serious changes in the understanding of the phenomenon of salvation. Therefore, essenceism proposes to re-examine this topic. All other topics of this study serve this purpose.