ProvidentialHistory

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Published on October 31, 2007

Author: Mee12

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An Overview of Unification Principle:  An Overview of Unification Principle Providential History Slide2:  God has to start at one point nation family world If there is no success at one level, He expands the number of people He works with Slide3:  Adam God Satan Cain Abel Noah Japheth Shem Ham Seth Abram Ishmael Isaac Esau Jacob 10 sons 2 sons Family Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) (Joseph) Inheriting the F/F Making the F/S Lineage: Law –> heart : purification God’s promise to Ishmael’s descendants fulfilled later God’s blessing goes from Abel to Cain Slide4:  Abraham Israelites nation family world At the time of the Hebrew slavery in Egypt, God eventually had to create a nation of people, to be able to stand up for Him amidst other nations Pyramids at Giza 1000-2500 BC Rameses II at Luxor 1200 BC 1000 BC Slide5:  400 Slavery in Egypt Abraham/Jacob 12 sons, 70 Kinsmen Abraham’s failure → 400 yrs slavery Separation from Satan: Circumcision Sacrifices Sabbath Moses initially protected by Arab farmer, Jethro, and married Zipporah; because of prolongation – reconciliation between Hebrews and Arabs never took place 3 miracles 10 calamities ↓ Subjugation of Pharoah ↓ Land of Canaan Moses Old Testament ↓ Tabernacle ↓ Messiah Slide6:  Jacob 10 sons 2 sons Family 10 tribes 2 tribes Moses Tribe Tabernacle (Joseph) F/F F/S F/S 10 tribes 2 tribes Joshua F/S F/F Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) Slide7:  400 Period of Judges Israelite feudal society 15 Judges Multiple functions: Prophet Chief priest King Israelites took over Canaan Confusion of faiths with Canaanite tribes i.e. secular + spiritual Divided function → Prophet, Chief priest, King Slide8:  120 United Kingdom Ideal of tabernacle → Ideal of temple (image of messiah) Should establish F/M: F/F: Kings successful reigns F/S: Abel: King, Cain: Prophet, Chief priest Saul – David – Solomon (120 yrs) Solomon and Queen of Sheba could have brought two lines of Abraham together, but because of corruption of Solomon’s faith, it never happened. Slide9:  Jacob 10 sons 2 sons Family 10 tribes 2 tribes Moses Tribe Tabernacle King Temple 10 tribes 2 tribes Nation (Israel) Chief priest prophet (Joseph) F/F F/S F/F F/S F/S 10 tribes 2 tribes Joshua F/S F/F Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) Slide10:  One nation ready. The King just needed to revere the temple, and unite with the prophet and chief priest Isaac nation family world Israelites Slide11:  400 Divided Kingdom of North and South Cain: Northern Kingdom (Israel: 10 tribes under Jeroboam) 9 royal families changed by assassination: 19 unrighteous kings Abel: Southern Kingdom (Judah: 2 tribes under Rehoboam (S’s son) 1 dynasty, 20 kings, many righteous) Attempted internal reformation by 4 major, 12 minor prophets (e.g. Elijah), refused to reform External chastisement 727 BC Assyrians → North, 605 BC Babylonians → South 605 BC Slide12:  Jacob 10 sons 2 sons Family 10 tribes 2 tribes Moses Tribe Tabernacle King Temple Israel (N) 10 tribes Judah(S) 2 tribes Israel 10 tribes 2 tribes Nation (Israel) Chief priest prophet Elijah (Joseph) F/F F/S F/F F/S F/S 10 tribes 2 tribes Joshua F/S F/F Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) Note: continuous failure of Jacob’s line to avoid corruption of faith – this necessitates restoration of that failure on the next level up Slide13:  210 Jewish Exile and Return King Jehoaichin , Daniel, Ezekiel, Priests, captured by Nebuchadnezzar After ~70 years King Cyrus of Persia invaded Babylon Royal decree Israelites repented, and returned over 140 years Restored the temple Malachi brought about reform of faith (messianic prophecies) Israelites prepared for 400 years for true parents (messiah) 605 BC Slide14:  539 BC King Cyrus conquered Babylonians. Jews started their return to Judea in Palestine, and rebuilt Temple. Became an independent state after a lot of oppression in ~63 BC. Re-establishing nationhood Isaac nation family world Israelites Slide15:  400 Preparation for true parents (messiah) Malachi – reformer of faith Israelites external hardships at hands of Persia, Greece, Egypt, Syria and Rome The Axial period: Buddhism (India) Gautama Buddha (565-485 BC) Confucianism (552-479 BC) Socrates (Greece) (470-399 BC) Scientific method, maths, architecture, machines Roman empire, communications Slide16:  At time of Jesus, one nation almost ready. God needed someone to restore Elijah’s mission and bring people to Jesus, this was the prophecy of Malachi. Isaac nation family world Israelites Slide17:  John Jesus Israelites 1st world-wide course Jesus God Israelites 2nd world-wide course John the Baptist didn’t fulfil his role as Elijah. (Mal 4:5,6); (Matt 11:11) Jesus then gathered his own disciples, but they fled. Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) F/S F/S Slide18:  Abel Cain Cain Cain Cain Abel Abel Abel Satan Eve Adam Children Family Tribe Nation World (Kingdom of Heaven on Earth) Satan’s false love God False Parents Slide19:  God Eve Adam Children Family Tribe Nation World (Kingdom of Heaven on Earth) God’s true parental love True Parents Slide20:  John Jesus Israelites 1st world-wide course Jesus God Israelites 2nd world-wide course resurrected Jesus God Disciples 3rd world-wide course (Christian) Finally through his resurrection he made the F/S But this was not the original plan; he came to find a bride and create a new lineage. But the Israelites suffered a heavy price - in the AD 66-73 uprising the temple was destroyed; beginning of total destruction of Palestine. Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) F/S F/S F/S Slide21:  Jesus created spiritual realm where God could work freely with Christians on the world level. Whole 2000 year providence from Abraham had to be repeated, with Christians as the chosen people nation family world Through Jesus’ death on the cross, Christians By the end of AD 2000, Christians on the world level needed to receive true parents (the messiah). Slide22:  God has to start at one point nation family world If there is no success at one level, He expands the number of people He works with First, re-establishing nationhood all over again Slide23:  400 Slavery in Egypt Abraham/Jacob 12 sons, 70 Kinsmen Abraham’s failure → 400 yrs slavery Separation from Satan: Circumcision Sacrifices Sabbath 400 Persecution under Roman Empire Jesus 12 apostles, 70 Kinsmen Jesus’ crucifixion → 400 yrs persecution Separation from Satan: Sacraments of Baptism Communion Sabbath 3 miracles 10 calamities ↓ Subjugation of Pharoah ↓ Land of Canaan Moses Old Testament ↓ Tabernacle ↓ Messiah Spiritual reformation (Word) ↓ 392 State religion ↓ Spiritual Canaan Augustine (City of God) New Testament ↓ Church ↓ 2nd Messiah Rome sacked by Visigoths 410 Theodosius I decree against paganism 392 Constantine recognised Christianity 313 Slide24:  Family Tribe F/F F/S Patriarch F/S F/F Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) resurrected Jesus God Disciples God Jesus Church Slide25:  400 Period of Judges Israelite feudal society 15 Judges Multiple functions: Prophet Chief priest King Israelites took over Canaan Confusion of faiths with Canaanite tribes 400 Christian Churches Under the Patriarchal System Christian feudal society Patriarchs Multiple functions: Monastic Pope King Christianity went to the occupying Germanic tribes Confusion of faiths with Germanic tribes 570 Mohammed sent to prepare the Ishmaelites, by 632 a national foundation had been laid. Charlemagne ↑ Pope Leo III crowned (800) Rome, Antioch, Constantinople, Jerusalem, Alexandria i.e. secular + spiritual i.e. secular + spiritual Divided function → Prophet, Chief priest, King Divided function → Monasteries, Pope, King Slide26:  120 United Kingdom Ideal of tabernacle → Ideal of temple (image of messiah) Should establish F/M: F/F: Kings successful reigns F/S: Abel: King, Cain: Prophet, Chief priest Saul – David – Solomon (120 yrs) 120 Christian Kingdom Charlemagne: Christian ideal (Augustine City of God) → Christian Kingdom (image of messiah (king of kings) ) Should establish F/M: F/F: Kings successful reign F/S: Abel: King, Cain: Monasteries, Pope By 800 the United Islamic Empire was at its zenith under the Abbasids. Charlemagne made overtures to Harun Al Rashid, Caliph in Baghdad, but, too much corruption in the Christian church by then Position of Pope → conflict between Rome and other Sees; complete break by 1054 AD. Disunity in the kingdom; after 120 yrs grandsons divided it into 3 domains E, W Franks and Italy, which became 2 blocs: the E and W Franks Slide27:  King God Nation (“City of God”) Pope monastics F/F F/S Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) Family Tribe F/S Patriarch F/S F/F resurrected Jesus God Disciples God Church Church Slide28:  One “nation” almost ready. The King just needed to live Godly life, love God and unite with the monastics and Pope nation family world Christians Slide29:  400 Divided Kingdom of North and South Cain: Northern Kingdom (Israel: 10 tribes under Jeroboam) 9 royal families changed by assassination: 19 unrighteous kings Abel: Southern Kingdom (Judah: 2 tribes under Rehoboam (S’s son) 1 dynasty, 20 kings, many righteous) Attempted internal reformation by 4 major, 12 minor prophets (e.g. Elijah), refused to reform External chastisement 727 BC Assyrians → North, 605 BC Babylonians → South 605 BC 400 Divided Kingdom of East and West Cain: West Franks Abel: East Franks + Italy (flourished under Otto I – known as the Holy Roman Empire) Ecclesiastic conflicts; Popes in Rome encouraged ecclesiastics in West to go on crusades – on way destroyed Jewish communities, captured Constantinople, defiled St. Sophia: spiritual corruption and decline Attempted internal reformation by monastics Thomas Aquinas, St Francis went to see Pope. External chastisement 8 Crusades defeated many times Slide30:  W. Franks E. Franks “Nation” Francis,Aquinas Expansion of the Foundation for true parents (messiah) King God Pope monastics F/F F/S Family Tribe F/S Patriarch F/S F/F resurrected Jesus God Disciples God Church Church Nation (“City of God”) Slide31:  210 Jewish Exile and Return King Jehoaichin , Daniel, Ezekiel, Priests, captured by Nebuchadnezzar After ~70 years King Cyrus of Persia invaded Babylon Royal decree Israelites repented, and returned over 140 years Restored the temple Malachi brought about reform of faith (messianic prophecies) Israelites prepared for 400 years for true parents (messiah) 605 BC 210 Papal Exile and Return Authority of papacy declined after crusades 1309 King Philip IV arranged election of Pope Clement V, moved papacy to Avignon, where it remained for 70 years. (sometimes termed as the Babylonian exile of the Pope) 1377 Pope Gregory XI returned the papal residence to Rome. Further period of confusion and disunity (the Great Schism). Three popes vying for universal recognition at one point. Council of Constance (1414-1417) sought to resolve key issues Led to protestant reformation Martin Luther 1517 Slide32:  Great Schism. Council of Constance. Reformation: Martin Luther, Counter reformation nation family world Christians Slide33:  400 Preparation for true parents (messiah) Malachi – reformer of faith Israelites external hardships at hands of Persia, Greece, Egypt, Syria and Rome The Axial period: Buddhism (India) Gautama Buddha (565-485 BC) Confucianism (552-479 BC) Socrates (Greece) (470-399 BC) Scientific method, maths, architecture, machines Roman empire, communications 400 Preparation for true parents (messiah) Martin Luther (1517) – reformer of faith. Counter-reformation Christians internal tribulations: challenges from Humanism, secularism, freedom of faith. The renaissance: Politics, economy, culture, science, transport, language, communications Christianity expanded onto world level: Portugese Jesuits, Spanish Catholics, British Anglican, protestants :Dutch, Belgiums, etc 1517 1917 Slide34:  nation family world Christians By the end of AD 2000, after a 400 year period of preparation, Christians on the world level should be ready to receive true parents (the messiah). Slide35:  400 400 120 400 210 400 Slavery in Egypt Persecution under Rome Period of Judges Patriarchal System The United Kingdom The Christian Kingdom Divided Kingdom of N & S Divided Kingdom of E & W Jewish Captivity & Return Papal Captivity & Return Preparation for true parents (messiah) Preparation for true parents (messiah) 1517 1930

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