posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 09:35 PM
Think about it. God is all-encompassing. He's not just encompassing everything that is good, he's encompassing the bad too. Just like the God in
the bible is not always good(NT), he is bad too(OT). But God is not the God of the OT or NT, he is God of the WHOLE book.
Furthermore, since God is within, and (this is where I might lose you) we are God, I propose the theory that the Bible is also an outline of
Most people think we're about to enter the book of revelation and see a frightening end of the world scenario. I believe we are about to enter the
NT. The overall mood there is uplifting versus the wrath, vengeance, and fear paradigm we have been in attributed to the OT.
When we finally merge back with the Alpha/Omega, then the revelation scenario mood may be our own as we are fixing to have to start the book over
again and be back at the OT.
The OT attribute emotions of fear, jealousy, vengeance, wrath, anger, judgement, etc. to God
The NT attributes emotions of Love, kindness, joy, peace, etc. to God.
So is the Bible contradictory?
It is said, God is the beginning and the end. The alpha and the omega. To a normal perception, that seems like a contradiction as well, but to those
of us who can think outside the box, we understand that God exists within a dimension not bound by time or space. He is everywhere at every moment in
time simultaneously. In this dimension, all is one.
God is everything. Therefore he is fearsome and loving. He is angry and forgiving. He is wrathful and kind.
He is not just the OT or NT, he is the WHOLE Bible.
God is in all things and all things come from him. Outside of time (where god is), God is creating our past present and future simultaneously and is
experiencing them as us simultaneously right now.
The mood of the OT has a negative tone to it, the mood of the NT has more of a positive tone to it.
What I am trying to convey here is that The Bible is like a timeline outlining the progression of the human species. We started as monkeys in the OT.
As monkeys, we are prone to animalistic emotions and lifestyles such as those negative ones attributed to God there. We are at a crossroads. We are
about to enter a time of a positive overtone. We are about to be introduced to Jesus. We aren't introduced to Jesus in revelations. We actually
meet Jesus early on in the NT.
This is the best I can illustrate what I'm thinking. I'm looking at the bible from outside the box. I hope you all can see what I'm seeing, or
maybe I just don't know what I'm talking about. LOL