The idea of love in Christianity
Christianity has the most beautiful idea that can save the world. It is contained in the commandment given by Jesus Christ. It says: "You will love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your thoughts... and your neighbor as yourself..." (Mk12: 30-31). This is the main idea of Christianity, and even the law that governs this religion. Catholics also declare that it is their "essential".
The proclaimer of the idea of love among people, and at the same time our Redeemer, Jesus Christ, knew well how difficult it is to apply love in everyday life. That is why he clarified it with the words: "Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you; so you will be sons of your Father which is in Heaven…. For if you love those who love you, what reward will you have? " (Mt 5: 44-46). He left many other commands pointing to unconditional love among people.
But let's get back to reality. Unfortunately, this fundamental principle of Jesus brings the greatest embarrassment to Christianity so far. When we examine the history of this religion over the past twenty centuries, it is difficult to see how Jesus' ideas about love have been put into practice. This religion is full of violence, the murder of enemies, the tragic consequences of the Crusades, burning at the stake as part of the Inquisition, and above all, it is a history of cooperation with political authorities that were able to bully entire nations. This is how the "alliance of the altar with the throne" works. In a democracy too, Christianity, oblivious to the teachings of Jesus, persecutes its critics and creates a parallel "government of souls".
It must be clearly stated that if the love that Jesus Christ showed in Christianity is not applied, it means that this religion is only a cover for the subjugation of people and the maintenance of power by "the master of this world." Jesus encountered this very situation in his mission. He was unable to change this arrangement and himself fell victim to the deformation of the religion of that time. The analysis of that situation and the present one shows that the rule of politicians and clergy of great religions has always maintained the rule of Satan. Jesus made it clear that state religious organizations are led leaders who have "the devil for their father." Simple clergy may not feel it, but hierarchs, i.e. decision-makers, must know it. Perhaps the rank and file of the clergy do not feel it or are not aware of it. However, hierarchs, i.e. religious decision-makers, know it. So, all kinds of religious structures sooner or later come under Satan's control. Our world is its civilization and it is he who rules over everything.
Finally, it is important to understand that it is impossible to save the world through religious structures: synagogues, churches, congregations, etc. This is simply impossible when the power of authority replaces the power of love. This is a simple conclusion from events at the very beginning of human history. Essenceism constantly reminds the clergymen of world denominations of this situation. He encourages them to understand the mission of globetrotters who can individually spread the idea of love around the world. This may be the only way to save the world.