This is about a centuries old dilemma concerning the merging of two scripts within a canon. One script has come direct from heaven:
“For I have come down from heaven not to do my will but to do the will of him who sent me.”
“While I am in the world, I am the light of the world.”
“Righteous Father, though the world does not know you, I know you, and ‘they’ (the Jews) know that you have sent me. I have made you known to them, and will continue to make you known in order that the love you have for me may be in them and that I myself may be in them.”
The other script has come up from the earth:
“Not that I accept human testimony; but I mention it that you may be saved.”
“I tell you the truth, it is not Moses who has given you the bread from heaven, but it is my Father who gives you the true bread from heaven. For the bread of God is he who comes down from heaven and gives life to the world.”
The two testimonies are not equal in authority, for one is spoken from without a sinful nature and the other is spoken from within a sinful nature.
The Old Versus New button will take you to a page showing a list of differences between a script created by the sinful nature of man and a script created by God in heaven before sin came into the world.
The Little Scroll button will take you to a page where you can read an interpretation of the Little Scroll mentioned by John in Revelations 12. A parallel is drawn between the timing of its appearance in the events of the trumpets and bowls and the meaning of its significance as a metaphor for Jesus’ Words. Here the reader will find an analogy between the lifting up of the Little Scroll and the re-instatement of Christ’s Words as the true canon at the end of time. Not only is this event imminent but Redsky also indicates it is vital the world sees His Words, before He returns, as the only Judgement Seat that is eternal.
The 96 Theses button will take you to a page showing a book that attempts to give 96 reasons why Jesus does not belong in the Bible in the way he is made equal with the thoughts and writings of sinners. There is also a video link to an 8 part presentation of the dilemma.
The Blasphemy & Identity button will take you to a page that highlights a book called ‘Blasphemy & Identity’ that is a book which explores some of the political, economic and military implications of canonising the Old Testament en bloc as being compatible with, and endorsed by, the narrative and life of Jesus Christ.
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