posted on Jun, 11 2019 @ 10:20 AM
a reply to: Itisnowagain
Thank you for the reply...... unfortuneatly it makes no sense to me.... I don't know what it means.
I wrote - "Time is in death. The absence of death is the absence of time. Both are creations."
Actually it depends upon ones interpretation of the Christian bible. Time ceases to exist for this terrestrial creation as the universe perishes. As
the universe will perish one day then time will cease because time was created specifically for this creation. So in that regard, as the universe
dies then time will die with this creation.
But then we come to the celestial realm of the rejected and justified souls. Here we see time and death in the celestial realm. This is the great
mystery that surrounds Christianity. The prophet Isaiah and the Apostle John both tell us that time and death will exists in the new heaven and new
earth but that neither time or death will exist in the celestial city of New Jerusalem. My understanding [through Isaiah 65] is that the New
Jerusalem has twelve guarded gates which lead out of the city and into the new heaven and earth.
This new heaven and earth [according to Isaiah and John] does have terrestrial children of whom were those who had no chance at salvation. These
children and challenged ones are given one hundred years to live and then face death and judgment. Now after the one hundred years are completed and
the entire Adamic creation is judged and sorted is where the scriptures are silent. I assume that the purpose of death and time are completed and
1Co_15:26 The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.
Most all Christians that I have talked to have never heard this portion of the doctrine of Jesus. It simply is not taught in Christian seminaries as
far as I understand. I was taught this by a Christian rabbi and it truly is biblical.This is what I meant when I said I do invite Christians to
look at this for their understanding of the aborted and murdered children and the challenged people who had no chance at salvation. I do not think
that most people who say they are Christians and support abortion will ever make a study of this.
Nevertheless, time and death do continue in the new heaven and new earth for a period of their purpose and then
[I assume] both time and death will be destroyed. This is what I meant when I said "Time is in death. The absence of death is the absence of time."