Translated from Spanish to English with Google Translator.
Plato (427 BC - 347 BC) affirmed that everything in our particular world (Plato called it the Sensitive World) and that it is perceived by the senses was not real, but a shadow or image of it Which was in the World of Ideas (Intelligent World) which can only be known by reason (logos), through a process of questioning or rethinking ideas. According to this position, the material, earthly things we would say in the Church, are valuable insofar as they participate in the ideal thing of the Intelligible World.
This way of conceiving the material World was already present in Scripture long before the great Athenian philosopher came to this conclusion through reason:
1. THE TERRENAL (material) AS A REFLECTION OF WHAT IS IN THE SKY (spiritual).
A. 9 The sanctuary and all its furnishings shall be an exact replica of the pattern that I will show you. EXODUS 25.9 NIV 9 According to all that I show thee, the design of the tabernacle, and the design of all its vessels, so shall ye do. EXODUS 25.9 RV60
B. 1 Now the chief point of what we have been saying is that we have such a high priest, who sat down at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens, 2 the minister of the sanctuary, and of that true tabernacle which the Lord raised, and Not man. Hebrews 81-2 RV60
C. 11 Now when Christ was present, the high priest of the good things to come, by the widest and most perfect tabernacle, not made with hands, that is, not of this creation, 12 and not by the blood of goats or calves, His own blood, once entered the Holy of Holies, having obtained eternal redemption. Hebrews 9.11-12 RV60.
D. We can clearly see that the Tabernacle raised by Moses is true insofar as it participates in the True Tabernacle, which God made Himself and is in Heaven, which is now where Christ is ministering His High Priesthood. The Tabernacle of Moses is, in short, a "copy or shadow" of the true that is in Heaven, being a "platonic" way of seeing things, where "Real" is what is in the spiritual plane, where Things do not change (immutable) perfect and eternal.
and. CONCLUSION The Truth of the Heavenly Tabernacle made by God was reflected in the truth of the Tabernacle made by Moses. The veracity of the Tabernacle of Moses is that it participates in the Model that God had shown him in the mountain; Thus having a Unity of Truth.
We see that there is a correspondence between the spiritual and the material, between the ordained (said, prophesied) by God and what is fulfilled or fulfilled in this plane, so that observing the concrete, in this case the Tabernacle of Moses, we have a vision of What God did and abide in Heaven. This correspondence is what allows us to perceive the True in the light of the Bible.
Therefore every interpretation of the Word must have a reflection on the concrete of our material world and vice versa. If the interpretation of one side or the other does not agree, then it is erroneous and we must continue searching until we find the correct interpretation or knowledge.
To give an example, let's see the following text:
22 "The Lord gave me life [c] as the first of his works, [d]
Long before his works of yesteryear.
23 I was established from eternity,
Since before the world existed.
24 The great seas did not exist when I was born;
There were no springs of abundant water.
25 I was born before the hills were formed,
Before the mountains were cemented,
26 before he created the land and its landscapes
And the primordial dust with which the world made. Proverbs 8: 2-26 NIV
This is part of the discourse of the Wisdom of God, in Proverbs 8, where it states that it existed before the Creation of the Universe (John calls it the Logos, usually translated as The Word or the Word of God cf John 1: 1-5).
I always marveled at verse 26 before he created ... the primordial dust with which the world made. The RV version translates the Principle of the World 's Dust, a phrase that was only a beautiful poetic expression until the discovery of the sub - atomic particles from the development of the Quantum Theory at the beginning of the 20th century. Beginning in 1940, it was scientifically (ie for sure) determined that the elementary subatomic particles are the "common bricks" of which all the elements are constituted, ie, one electron of Hydrogen is exactly equal to one electron of Iron.
Then the phrase "the beginning of the dust of the World" has in the subatomic elementary particles a real and concrete correlation. Once again, scholars of the Material World have provided further proof of the greatness of Scripture, even if they have not proposed it and do not accept it, they are providing the necessary proofs of the correspondence between those spoken by God on the spiritual plane And its concretion in the material plane.
Week 70 is about to begin. It is necessary to leave aside all religiosity disguised as Fundamentalism. Fundamentalism and religious orthodoxy lead to dwarfing and devaluing the enormous wealth enclosed in the word of God. Open the books and open your mind, so that you can see the greatness of the prophesied and marvel.
THE PRINCIPLE OF THE DUST OF THE WORLD - CORRELATION BETWEEN THE SPIRITUAL AND THE MATERIAL. BY FABIAN MASSA
Plato, Intelligible World - Sensitive, Spiritual World - Material, principle of the dust of the World, subatomic elementary particles.
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