The Fifth Element


Why are there four Gospels? There would be so much less confusion — and theological spade work — if there were just the one. The most obvious answer is that each one was written for a different audience, as described here. The least obvious answer is that God was not only writing the commandments in human flesh, He was also “measuring out” the architecture of the Tabernacle in humanity.

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3 Responses to “The Fifth Element”

  • Mike Bull Says:

    Notice the “metal man” from Daniel 2 in the images from the movie, standing at the centre of the four elemental stones.

  • David Says:

    In James Jordan’s Revelation series he says that the ‘other angel’ is Christ, and I think in another place he suggests that Michael may be Christ. What do you think?

  • Mike Bull Says:

    To the Old Covenant rebels, Jesus is “the angel of the Lord.” To the New Covenant faithful, He is the Son. Yet it doesn’t always use the name Michael. So it’s possible, but the logic isn’t clear.