Yes, and perhaps a no.
Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:36pm

The Jewish Book is a very audacious read. The final parts of the script state that God says to whomever is the author, that at the time of the end of human responsibility for man's miscarriage of rule and stewardship of ourselves and the earth, that we humans shall fully understand God and God's existence. Can't recall if that epiphany will be pre or post the point of the return of Jesus Christ, or at the end of the 1,000 year rule when it is said there is yet a final rebellion against God.

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