The final book of the Bible “Revelation” is allusive and mysterious, none more so than chapter ten regarding “The Little Book”, not least because John the Divine was not permitted to write down the meaning of the prophecy. My little book being an abbreviated depersonalized follow-up to its predecessor “The Fellowship of the Secret” may not entirely resolve the mystery but does provide insights into the likely subject matter of the book or scroll John was instructed to consume. That subject is divine providence and how since a Bible-based theology was first systematized in the Late Antiquity period its magnanimity has been diminished through some erroneous doctrines that were incorporated.
Along with some radical insights of my own (directed to me, I believe, by the Holy Spirit) I draw upon the testimony and biblical interpretations of the more significant pre-Augustinian Christian theologians to make the case that the fruits of Christ’s Passion have always extended beyond Israel and the Church. The resulting providence is worthy of the Creator defined in Scripture as Love personified – a providence one might describe as sweet as honey.
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