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A "New Age" or "Messianic Age": How to Bring It Into Being

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Summary

The Bible is an often obscure, cryptic, and esoteric book—many religious believers and non-believers can agree on that much. But what if the authors of the Bible were actually expressing opposition to the very obscurity and esotericism of their own writings, in their own writings? Furthermore, what if the ending of the “present age” and the arrival of the “Messianic Age” predicted by the Bible prophets could only ever occur once that entire cryptically symbolic “esoteric” or “prophetical” manner of religious discourse—one that is found in all traditional religions—had already been seriously questioned, confronted, and finally repudiated by humanity as a whole?

As strange and surprising and paradoxical as these possibilities might sound, in this book Eric Heubeck carefully analyzes the contents of the Bible to reveal a great deal of compelling evidence arguing in favor of just such an hypothesis—far more than might at first be apparent. As you progress through the book, you will be amazed to watch as the “anti-esotericist message” hidden within Bible prophecy gradually takes shape before your eyes.

Summary of Contents:

Part 1 of 12: The impossibility of any "New Age" or "Messianic Age" ever arriving before humanity has already defeated the Lie

Part 2 of 12: The evils of religious esotericism; and the "hidden anti-esotericist message" of the Bible

Part 3 of 12: Getting started with anti-esotericist Bible interpretation: The crucially important symbol of "Babel" or "Babylon," and the crucially important theme of a primordial "confusing of language"

Part 4 of 12: The recurring theme in the Bible of "two sides" or "two parts"; and its relation to "scripture" and "language"

Part 5 of 12: The recurring theme in the Bible of "two sides" or "two parts"; and its relation to "scripture" and "language" (cont’d)

Part 6 of 12: The symbolic image of "throwing stones into water": What does it mean?

Part 7 of 12: The symbolic image of "throwing stones into water": What does it mean? (cont’d)

Part 8 of 12: The "Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ": The completion of the first "sabbath week" of creation, and the inauguration of a new "sabbath week" of creation

Part 9 of 12: "Veiling" and "covering" — and "unveiling" and "uncovering"

Part 10 of 12: "Veiling" and "covering" — and "unveiling" and "uncovering" (cont’d)

Part 11 of 12: Jesus Christ: The "Final Prophet"

Part 12 of 12: So where do we go from here?

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