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May 2007 (About the Messiah)


[318] The Messiah that L sends into the world to aggrandise zer should meet the following demands: Ze possesses all power of the world, if ze does not resign it voluntarily. Ze must not have each feature of L, since ze comes as person into the world and therefore can bring about only finite. Ze is the projection of L into man. Ze is as perfect as L is, i.e. not without mistakes, but the best-imaginable. [319] Ze is able to underline zis divine origin by miracles and signs. Ze does not heal each believer, since ze maintains the order and the word of L. This would be temporally likewise impossible as to judge the dead and the living because these are tasks that L performs. Ze is enunciator and explainer of the finite part of the word of L. Ze must not announce it completely, since this is likewise impossible. [320] Ze unifies the religions to one religion. Here the respective religions must concede to their past practice and faith conceptions. It is not possible that ze satisfies the contradicting expectations of the religions to the Messiah, but ze has the authority and full power of L to put whose conceptions into action, in such a way that ze rises above all possibility of doubt. [321] Ze brings the font and language to humans, which can be used world-wide, even if ze enlists thereby the assistance of other humans and computers. Ze does not solve the scientific problems, since these tasks are for humans of coming generations. Ze explains, however, the most important theological problems like the theodicy, the missing presence of L as well as life after death (thought of karma and rebirth doctrine). [322] Ze spends humans comfort and gives them hope. Ze unites science and religion, whereby science can be in each case aid, never be religion itself. Ze participates in the solution of the urgent problems of the world, if this is compatible with zis major task of announcing and is temporally possible. Ze has not to answer each arising question, since ze performs only zis divine task. [323] Ze remains therefore like L in the background. Thus, ze can worry about single fates to that extent, since ze only comes into question alone for it. Ze specifies the form of the service and clarifies the question of the rituals, symbols, sacramentals and dietary laws. [324] Ze gives a comprehensive ethics, which clarifies comprehensively the relationship to L as well as humans among themselves, to other creatures and to the matters. The Messiah does comprehensively and alone the will of L, which ze serves ideally.

© 2007 by Boris Haase

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