February 04, 2013

Milky Way the Celestial Kingdom?


I don't know if you have read a book entitled The Kolob Theorem by Lynn M. Hilton. It proposes that God lives in the center of the Milky Way (that's the celestial kingdom) and that regions surrounding it are the terrestrial and telestial kingdom. And that the others galaxies follow this same pattern having their Gods in the centers. What do you think about all of this?


This concept can be viewed by reading it at the following address _


The theory itself has no Scriptural backing, which means it can only be considered as wild conjecture. Unless a person receives personal revelation on such a subject or has some other evidence for such speculation I can't consider it as fact.

The Scriptural texts that have been quoted, while not opposing the idea, don't support the idea that it must be the milky way. Generally when people make such wild theories they are miles/kilometres from the truth.

Christ said, "worlds without number have I created." Then he said that people were on them. So that was just the ones that one son of Heavenly Father has created. Do you sense that one milky way just wouldn't hold all that God is doing?


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