By Jerry B. Jenkins
Those most modern volumes of the hot-selling Left at the back of juvenile sequence proceed the tale of 4 little ones left at the back of after the Rapture. With subject matters and occasions that parallel the grownup sequence, those books hold Left Behind's vital message to the more youthful new release. In #7 Busted, Vicki is shipped to a juvenile penitentiary after institution gurus cost her with dispensing The Underground newspaper. the remainder of the younger Tribulation strength attempt to be in contact with Vicki. Will she be ready to delay less than the strain?
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Just as the ideal architectural plan of a city exists only in the mind of the architect, so the world of ideas exists solely in the mind of God. In Philo’s view, then, there is no realm of independently existing abstract objects. 16 Given the close similarity of the Logos doctrine of John’s prologue to Philo’s doctrine, it is not at all impossible that the author of the prologue was aware of the relation of the Logos to the realm of ideas. It is striking how verbs of being dominate vv. 1–2 of John’s prologue, while verbs of becoming dominate vv.
142. 12 The distinction at issue is not really intelligible vs sensible; rather, it is being vs becoming. The problem with the former characterization of the distinction is that it seems to leave no place for immaterial concrete objects like angels or souls. Given that the intelligible realm exists in the mind of God, such beings cannot be classed as part of the intelligible realm. They must be part of the sensible realm, which is thus more accurately described as the realm of concrete objects subject to temporal becoming.
The physical universe which has been created by God would be an inﬁnitesimal triviality utterly dwarfed by the unspeakable quantity of uncreated beings. To appreciate in some measure the vastness of the realms of uncreated being postulated by Platonism, consider the set theoretical hierarchy alone, as displayed in Figure 2. Of course, the existence of any entities whatsoever independent of God is incompatible with God’s being the Creator of all things, but the proﬂigacy of Platonism in this respect truly takes away one’s breath.