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NO.172 Christian Principles # 3: Book of Revelation, etc.

About Book of RevelationAn angel showed a vision to John and revealed it. what does this mean?
When God is willing to fulfill, he will give his name. For the glory of God. The fact that the angel showed a vision to John and pointed to it in the vision would judge the possibility that it was clearly stated that "God did not necessarily make the final decision to fulfill".
An ascetic Protestant whose soul is dominated by the urge to be free from the fear of the scheduled theory may have hope for this.
“What I like is not a ginger, but a grudge,” says the Bible.
I think that the vision that has been passed down to the world as a Christian prophecy is due to this revelation of John. At the time of the destruction of the world, those who were chosen as Jesus Christ will be resurrected and will rule the world for 1000 years. At the end of this millennium, the final war will take place and Satan's army will be defeated. At that time, all the dead receive the final judgment.
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NO.171 Christian principle # 2 It may not be Trinity.

It may not be Trinity.
Neither the child (Jesus Christ) nor the Holy Spirit knows the plan of Heavenly Father. I interpret that. “Neither the child nor the Holy Spirit know when that time will come. Only the heavenly Father knows.” Jesus Christ says that in the Gospel. The child (Jesus Christ) has the authority to judge creatures. The Holy Spirit conveys the word of God to people. Neither the child (Jesus Christ) nor the Holy Spirit belong to the category of creatures. Both belong to the category of God. But both are not all of God.
Let's think about mathematical set theory. God is the whole set. The child (Jesus Christ) and the Holy Spirit are a subset of God. The whole set of God has parts other than the child (Jesus Christ) and the Holy Spirit. That part is Heavenly Father.
God's own plan belongs to Heavenly Father. The child (Jesus Christ) and the Holy Spirit have no authority over God's plan. I interpret it that way.
I interpret it as not being a Trinity.
What does this mean?
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NO.170 Christian principles # 1 About miracles, etc.

The origin of Christian orthodox is the New Testament
I will interpret the New Testament myself and proceed with the discussion. Declare first. It is my own interpretation. I think other people should make their own interpretations.
Luther and Calvin are not gods either. Did they have the Holy Spirit like Jesus and did they tell the people the words of the Holy Spirit? Even so, I don't know. I had no doubt until now that they were just one person like me, and that they were interpreting the Bible and telling people.
I can't find a reason why I shouldn't judge that way. I understand that they were interpreting the Bible on their own and telling people.
Religious leaders are also human. Religious leaders may also misinterpret. This is important. I think it is not appropriate to blindly believe that the interpretation of the Bible of a great religious leader is unconditionally correct.
As Christians, each person thinks that the proper stance is to interpret the Bible on their own. In …