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Moral teachings Moral teachings
by R & M Landbeck
2007-05-08 10:48:40
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On the horizon appears an approaching religious [and scientific] furore so contentious, any clash of civilizations may have to wait. On one side, a manuscript titled: The Final Freedoms, against all the gravitas religious tradition can bring to bear.

The first wholly new interpretation for 2000 years of the moral teachings of Jesus the Christ is on the web. It focuses specifically on marriage and human sexuality, overturning all natural law ethics and theory. At stake is the credibility of several thousand years of religious history and moral theology.

What at first appears an utterly preposterous challenge to the religious status quo rewards perseverance in closer examination, for it carries within its pages an idea both subtle and sublime, what the theological history of religion either ignored, were unable to imagine or dismissed as impossible. An error of presumption which could now leave 'tradition' staring into the abyss and humble the heights of scientific speculation.

If this material is confirmed and there appears to be both the means and a concerted effort to authenticate it, the greatest unresolved questions of human existence may finally have been untangled.

Published [at the moment] only on the web as a free [1.4meg] pdf download, this new teaching has nothing whatsoever to do with any existing religious conception known to history. It is unique in every respect.

It is the first ever viable religious conception leading faith to observable consequences which can be tested and judged; a teaching able to demonstrate its own efficacy; the first ever religious claim of knowledge that meets the criteria of verifiable, evidence based scientific method; as such this teaching enters the public domain as a reality entirely new to human history.

This is pure ethics. It requires no institutional framework, no churches, no priest craft, no scholastic theological rational, no dogma or doctrine and 'worship' requires only conviction, faith and the necessary measure of self discipline to accomplish a new, single moral imperative and the integrity and fidelity to the new reality.

Using a synthesis of scriptural material from the Old and New Testaments, the Apocrypha , The Dead Sea Scrolls, The Nag Hammadi Library, and some of the worlds great poetry, it describes and teaches a single moral LAW, a single moral principle offering the promise of its own proof; one in which the reality of God responds to an act of perfect faith with a direct, individual intervention into the natural world; correcting human nature by a change in natural law, altering biology, consciousness and human ethical perception.

This new interpretation identifies the moral foundation of all human thought and conduct and the single Law finds expression within a new covenant of human spiritual union, the marriage between one man and one woman. Resolving the most intractable questions and confusions of sexual identity.

For those able to think for themselves outside the cultural box and willing to learn something new, the beginnings of an intellectual and moral revolution are unfolding on the web and available for anyone to discover for themselves.

Click here to download The Final Freedoms PDF
For more info: www.energon.uklinux.net

  
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Sand2007-05-08 19:49:26
The only foundation for a rational universe is that natural law cannot be altered by the whim of a being whose totality is inscrutable. If suppositions about the nature of the universe prove incorrect then there must be rational ways of correcting them if science has any validity. To assume that that, at one time natural may be correct and at a succeeding time, at the whim of an unknowable intellect, it may become incorrect is to accept impenetrable chaos as a given and that way lies insanity.


Ms. Mary Treherne2007-05-13 16:21:47
My husband and I have already tested, confirmed and now live by this new teaching. It is no illusion and that ultimate reality history has argued about for so long is no longer inscrutable, but knowable by means of a new ethical imperative. The final frontier is within the hearts and minds of men!


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