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Catholicism Says Messiah Has Been, About 2000 Years Ago

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Posted by Alan on November 29, 2001 06:12:14 UTC

Catholicism isn't expecting a messiah; He came about 2000 years ago.

Regarding the 'second coming'; I wonder if partly this means: the recovering of the: innocent, infant-like, gentle, Christ-like nature already inherent within humans; by ordinary humans.

Consider also John Cramer's interpretation of quantum mechanics: an 'offer wave' goes forward in time and a 'confirmation wave' travels BACKWARDS in time; the path where the waves don't cancel is a 'transaction' (agreement).

Suppose a human were to send a 'confirmation wave' back in time to the 'offer wave' of the new covenant (agreement) offered by Jesus Christ to the human race. This done by understanding His message and by recovering their original humanity.
That would be interesting.

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