The doctrine of Christ is embodied in the texts of the Mosaic Law, in the prophetic writings, and in the psalms

The doctrine of Christ is not an innovation of Christianity, not even a doctrine coined by Jesus Himself. No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment have I received of my Father. John …

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Principles of Righteousness and Interpretation of Facts for the Reaching of Eternal Life

The stragglers who become avant-garde are those who do (establish) works of righteousness; on the other hand, the avant-garde who become stragglers are those who believe but do nothing, are theorists; with time their inaction constitutes them as workers of iniquity.

Revealing Processes

So, there is a process of preparation for exposure to Revelation, but it is not man-made, on the contrary, it is a process developed by God to unveil how worthy a person is to contain His mysteries. Man can do nothing to ensure that God will entrust His Revelation to him. In this whole process we can prove the presence of the mystery of God's love.

Doctrine of Eternal Judgment

God's judgments are not necessarily an eschatological subject; God's judgments have been present throughout the history of Adam's generation. Thus, we cannot speak of God's judgments believing that they are situations of future punishment, as if they were extraordinary events, for the Bible bears witness to the existence that every inhabited city, of all times, has received a visit from God in judgment about their actions.