Reflection on the history of salvation
Observing the efforts of eminent figures to establish a better world, one can conclude that it was made by people who had somehow learned that it had to be done. We are talking about people such as Moses, Confucius, Buddha, Muhammad, and above all Jesus Christ. The question arises, however, why was it so difficult to gain audience, especially in the early period of their activity? The next question is: how did it happen that people eventually accepted their teachings? It can be seen from the course of history that these religious figures have had a lot of difficulty in being able to prove their point. Nowadays, when they have gained lasting authority, their determination to save humanity has been replaced by a passive waiting for their eventual return. Now you can see that the world, when it was bad, still is. No wonder pessimism can enter people's hearts.
It is therefore worth realizing some facts.
First, where did these people come from, or even willing to give their lives, to engage in the process of repairing their reality?
Second, where did they get the knowledge, what should our world be like and how to apply this knowledge?
Third, why did they most often oppose the religious institutions that already existed in society?
Fourth, how it happened that their revolutionary teachings were quickly transformed by the successors into dogma ideologies of the present religions.
Essenceism considered it necessary, among other things, to study many events related to the formation of religion. For example, he examined the activity of Moses in opposing the prevailing religion in Egypt, the efforts of the Buddha who denied the prevailing Brahminism, and the teachings of Jesus who acted in opposition to the prevailing religion in Israel at that time. He again dealt with the fate of various prophets and men of great faith who were declared saints only after a long period of persecution and martyrdom. He also analyzed the fortunes of lonely religious reformers who were almost completely forgotten. This allowed my system to take a fresh look at religious history to better understand the process of salvation. Thus, essenceism claims that the process of religious transformation did not take place as a result of the daily activities of existing religious organizations, but as a result of "rebellious" actions by prominent figures who noticed that the religions they found did not work for the salvation of the world. Most often their leaders choose a passive persistence state. Usually they try to accept the current government, even the totalitarian one.
The persons previously mentioned usually proclaimed that there was something wrong with this world. They felt that life on Earth should be good and happy. Having caught the bad condition of the world, they tried to show what it should be like. The question is still whether they were reliable enough. The religions that have emerged as a result of their acts proclaim that they are carrying out their plan, that is, they inherit their mission of salvation. Alas, it is not.
Essenceism firmly claims that God did not send anyone to save the world. This attitude can come as a shock to religions, especially those we call revealed. My system explains that the Original Being, being a perfect Creator, gave from Himself a perfectly refined conception of the universe from the very beginning. Then, in accordance with His plan, He passed it on to people created by Himself. On the part of the Creator, because of His perfection, no error has been made, so He has no need to correct His achievements. After giving people the work of creation, they were to develop it further. So the problem is only for people to understand the concept of the work that He has implemented. We have received all necessary tools to bring the world to a state in which we will fully reign over it and develop it to make everyone happy.
Therefore, the present situation of mankind is more pessimistic than optimistic. The decisive efforts of individuals, inspired by the idea of salvation, have still not been successfully implemented despite the passage of thousands of years of the history of our civilization. I would like to remind you once again about the enormous efforts of Jesus Christ and the sacrifice of His life, which did not change our civilization externally. The world as bad is still bad. Conflicts, crimes, injustice and all those phenomena that still cause suffering for billions of people on our globe have not been resolved. If he has failed, in the end who can? It is therefore not surprising that a philosophical pessimism has emerged regarding the salvation of the world. Due to this, essenceism seeks an alternative solution to this difficult problem, since humanity has not been able to deal with it so far. It is this study that is intended to convey to people some hope for a better world.