When the Messiah would come, the Midrash Torah prophesied that there would be no more war, conflict, or hunger on earth, but everyone would be occupied with knowing or being aware of God.
If you were to ask people on the street who Christ is, the consensus answer would be Jesus. Some would probably think of Christ as the last name of Jesus. Others would conclude that it’s a title that Jesus was given. Although Christ was not the last name of Jesus, the word Christ is unquestionably linked to Jesus since Jesus was described as the Christ.
Perhaps the next step in our evolutionary process is the kind of Christ-centric consciousness that Jesus demonstrated. Being one with the Father is also being one with the naked, the thirsty, the prisoner, the foreigner, and the sick.
For the last few days, we have looked at evolution through a spiritual lens. After spending considerable time studying this subject both from the point of view of science, including quantum physics, and spiritual text, such as the Bible, I have come to conclude that:
What’s fascinating about our evolving universe is that newer, and even more complex forms of life emerge whenever previously existing entities unite. The universe is seemingly relational in its fabric. As entities combine, the universe becomes a self-transcending reality that keeps moving beyond itself in complexity, depth, and unity.