The Timeless Age of God

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Russell Redden, Mar 17, 2009 - Religion - 378 pages
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A doctrine once common in Apostolic times unlocks the meaning of many Bible passages. Ancient Jews, Christians, Gnostics, and Greek philosophers, believed that heaven is an unchanging place of timelessness-the first dimension where creation began, and will return at the end of time. This book catalogs evidence of this theology throughout the Bible, and numerous ancient texts. Unknown to the majority of Christians, the theology of two aeons is central to many Bible passages, many of them related to the ascension of Christ. The Son of Man ascended into the unchanging Spirit of God the Father, who lives in heaven outside of time and space. This knowledge was revealed to ancient Israel, a testimony of Christ's priesthood many years before He walked the earth.
 

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Contents

God is the Beginning and Ending of Creation
3
Preeminence Through the Resurrection
29
The Messiah Abides In The Age
49
The Hidden Mystery
83
The High Priest
95
Before the Foundation of the World
109
The Kingdom Delivered to God
141
The Rock that Followed Israel
171
The Image in the Beginning
16
The Metatron
64
Exalted to the Right Hand
337
Conclusions
369
Bibliography
375
Index of Biblical Texts
377
Index of NonBiblical Texts
383
Copyright

The Memra
209

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Russell Redden has studied Biblical prophecy and theology for the past 30 years, and has written three books.

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