Old History Books
This process of only trusting what “was said”, unfortunately has us searching very old history books, written by the spiritual leaders and prophets of very old cultures, in order to help us with our current-day struggles.
And here’s the rub: if you truly believe that you can only use past spiritual writings to judge what you’re supposed to do today, then you’re not going to be very popular!
Slavery is still fine (according to the prophet Muhammad). If you’re a Christian, you’ll find that it’s okay to kill your neighbor if you find him working on the Sabbath (Exodus 35:2), and you can sell your own daughter into slavery (Exodus 21). Also, eating shellfish is an abomination to God (Leviticus 10:10).
See where this is going? In other words, these things that are obviously way out of touch with today’s consciousness are soft-peddled in the largest doctrines, promoting a system where you get to “pick and choose” which scripture is relevant and which is not.
That alone might indicate that perhaps some are outdated.
So, should there be updates? We think so.
~ KRYON, through Lee Carroll, the Original Kryon Channel (via firstname.lastname@example.org)