Apocalypse Explained, Vol. 2 of 4 (Forgotten Books)

Apocalypse Explained, Vol. 2 of 4 (Forgotten Books) by Emanuel Swedenborg epub pdf fb2

Title: Apocalypse Explained, Vol. 2 of 4 (Forgotten Books)
Author: Emanuel Swedenborg
ISBN10: 1606205005
ISBN13: 978-1606205006
Publisher: Forgotten Books (May 7, 2008)
Language: English
Subcategory: Theology
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Pages: 662 pages
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Apocalypse Explained, Vol. 2 of 4 (Forgotten Books) by Emanuel Swedenborg


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"Apocolypse is a term applied to the disclosure to certain privileged persons of something hidden from the majority of humankind. Today the term is often used to mean "End of planet Earth", which may be a shortening of the phrase apokasis eschaton which literally means "revelation at the end of the æon, or age"." (Quote from wikipedia.org)About the Author "Emanuel Swedenborg (born Emanuel Swedberg) was a Swedish scientist, philosopher, Christian mystic, and theologian. Swedenborg had a prolific career as an inventor and scientist. At the age of fifty-six he entered into a spiritual phase, in which he experienced dreams and visions. This culminated in a spiritual awakening, where he claimed he was appointed by the Lord to write a heavenly doctrine to reform Christianity. He claimed that the Lord had opened his eyes, so that from then on he could freely visit heaven and hell, and talk with angels, demons, and other spirits. For the remaining 28 years of his life, he wrote and published 18 theological works, of which the best known was Heaven and Hell (1758), and several unpublished theological works.Swedenborg explicitly rejected the common explanation of the Trinity as a Trinity of Persons, which he said was not taught in the early Christian Church. Instead he explained in his theological writings how the Divine Trinity exists in One Person, in One God, the Lord Jesus Christ. Swedenborg also rejected the Protestant doctrine of salvation through faith alone, since he considered both faith and charity necessary for salvation, not one without the other. The purpose of faith, according to Swedenborg, is to lead a person to a life according to the truths of faith, which is charity." (Quote from wikipedia.org)Table of Contents Publisher's Preface; 351-400; 401-450; 451-500; 501