Impact of evil on the state of love
Our earthly civilization has been developing for tens of thousands of years. It is true that only for a few thousand years it is possible to talk about such a state of affairs in which documents describing and analyzing social, cultural or religious problems could appear. While browsing through these writings available to now, I came across evidence suggesting that the main problem of mankind was evil, destroying human desires to live in a state of good.
Therefore, one of the most important analyzes resulting from Essenceism's approach to evil is the problem of the salvation of the world. From the point of view of my system, it follows that God cannot directly participate in this process, because it concerns a bad, fallen world. The Original Being cannot repair what it did not create and what it does not know. Our world is an abyss beyond Him. Our human civilization, or our hell, exists by itself, without His participation. Hence the logical conclusion that it must be repaired without Him. The Creator's presence among us ended in the Garden of Eden with the fall of the first people. However, His law and the adapted principles of leading man to perfection remained. My system calls them Divine Providence. Thanks to him, the process of the salvation of the world can be accomplished with the efforts of people led by the Savior. We must therefore constantly remember that salvation in no way can be brought about by God alone.
The most important in this regard is to understand the fact that evil was somehow attached to our world after the act of creation was completed. When writing this study, I wanted to cut through all the deliberations on the subject of God's admitting evil to his work and that it is the result of the free will of man. Such ideas of theologians came from the ill-considered assertion that God knows everything, and therefore also knows evil. In fact, our Creator knows everything, but this "all" refers to what He has created. Since he did not create evil, it is beyond "all" and especially outside of Him. The theologians' misconceptions make them create breakneck theories about the contradiction between the existence of a good Creator and the existence of evil. It is even more difficult for them to make a meaningful answer to the question why God has not liquidated them so far. The climax of the erroneous theories is the claim that God used the crucifixion of His Son, Jesus Christ, to eliminate the evil we were doing. Meanwhile, murder is clearly defined as evil in one of the commandments mentioned in the Bible. As long as we "accuse" Him of such things, it will be someone untrue, having nothing to do with the Creator of our world.
The basic error of Christian teaching on the causes of evil is that everything that people invent and then put into practice must be known to God at the same time. In my opinion it is not so. I believe that humans can invent and create something that is inconsistent with His concept of creation, that is, something outside of Him. It is, of course, about evil. So I am asking if the mechanism of creating evil by people and the Archangel could be unknown to God? Can evil be a "product" of the evil Archangel and people and be unknown to God? My answer is yes, of course it is.
So what we did was unknown to God. Therefore, after the fall of the people in the biblical Garden of Eden, he could not find Adam. For He could not introduce evil into His knowledge, because it was not He who created him. Evil arose completely outside of him. The Creator is the perfect and complete God. It cannot be modified by the new knowledge of evil that he did not have in himself. Imperfect people cannot change a perfect Creator. Also, our bad actions cannot affect Him. In the perfect concept of the creation of the world, there is no place for evil. It remains only our sphere of existence.
If we definitely eliminate from our thoughts all evil unfairly burdening the Original Being, then we will gain true knowledge about the spiritual reality. By ceasing to "accuse" Him of knowing evil, we regain the "pure" Creator of the universe, absolutely good and perfect Heavenly Father. Such uncontaminated with our knowledge of evil, the Creator can be loved with a pure heart and be sure that only good and love are to be dealt with. It then becomes clear that our earthly hell does not come from God. Therefore, the sphere of evil not created by him must one day pass away. Then it will not be bad at all, only good itself.
Essenceism has set itself the task of showing the complete opposite of good and evil. It has become relatively simple after clearly separating what comes from the Creator and what does not come from Him. This also applies to love and power. Both this and previous studies have shown that love equated with good and the power that generates evil are at opposite poles. Power of authority uses top-down structures subordinating people to superior leaders. In this way, we are overwhelmed by the evil pyramid of power that comes from Satan. Meanwhile, the power of love makes people equal without the use of power. It is therefore impossible to reconcile the power of love with the power of authority. It's like water and fire, or like matter and antimatter that always contradict. An example of this is in the field of politics. The power of authority in politics leads to lies, contempt for opponents, and too often to hatred of all who disagree with the politicians in power.
The power of authority derived from satanic evil is the greatest problem of mankind. However, it is worth knowing that Satan, who is the source of the evil power of power, does not sit somewhere in his hell and does not rule each person individually. For this it has our fallen nature, which is instilled in every spiritual person at the moment of coming into the world. That is why evil in our living space spreads like a virus and reaches everyone with its actions.
The only effective remedy for the evil disease is the love that the Creator instilled in us. It is practically about the love from the Letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians, that is, for one who is "patient, kind, does not envy, ... does not remember what is wrong, does not enjoy injustice, but rejoices with the truth." It is worth adding that faith, hope and love were directed by Jesus in such a way as to end evil. The author of this letter, therefore, recalled that the heart of the teaching of the Son of God is love and that it is the main mechanism that can save the world. Hence his appeal to appreciate the dignity of human beings who have love in them.