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Contents

General Introduction (Page 1)
Part I

1. Principle Of Creation (Page 19)

Section I The Dual Characteristics of God and His World of
Creation (Page 20)
1. Dual Characteristics of God (Page 20)
2. Relationship between God and the Universe (Page 25)

Section II Universal Prime Energy, Give and Take Action, and the
Four Position Foundation (Page 27)
1. Universal Prime Energy (Page 27)
2. Give and Take Action (Page 28)
3. The Four Position Foundation: Three Objective
Purposes through Origin-Division-Union Action (Page 31)
(1) Origin-Division-Union Action (Page 31)
(2) Three Objective Purposes (Page 31)
(3) The Four Position Foundation (Page 32)
(4) The Status of Existence of the Four Position
Foundation (Page 32)
4. The Omnipresence of God (Page 39)
5. The Multiplication of Physiological Bodies (Page 40)
6. The Reason Every Being Consists of Dual
Essentialities (Page 40)

Section III The Purpose of Creation (Page 41)
1. The Purpose of the Creation of the Universe (Page 41)
2. Object of Goodness for the Joy of God (Page 42)

Section IV Original Value of Creation (Page 46)
1. Determination of the Original Value of Creation and
the Standard of Value (Page 46)
2. Original Intellect, Emotion and Will and Original
Truth, Beauty and Goodness (Page 48)
3. Love and Beauty, Good and Evil, Righteousness and
Unrighteousness (Page 48)
(1) Love and Beauty (Page 48)
(2) Good and Evil (Page 50)
(3) Righteousness and Unrighteousness (Page 50)

Section V The Process of the Creation of the Universe and the
Period of Growth (Page 51)
1. The Process of the Creation of the Universe (Page 51)
2. The Period for the Growth of the Creation (Page 52)
(1) The Three Orderly Stages of the Growth Period
(Page 52)
(2) Indirect dominion (Page 55)
(3) Direct Dominion (Page 56)

Section VI The Invisible Substantial World and the Visible
Substantial World Centering on Man (Page 57)
1. The Invisible Substantial World and the Visible
Substantial World (Page 57)
2. Position of Man in the Universe (Page 58)
3. The Reciprocal Relationship between the Physical Man
and the Spirit Man (Page 60)
(1) The Structure and Function of the Physical Man
(Page 60)
(2) The Structure and Function of the Spirit Man
(Page 60)
(3) The Human Mind Seen from the Relationship
between Spirit Mind and Physical Mind (Page 63)

2. Fall Of Man (Page 65)

Section I The Root of Sin (Page 66)
1. The Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of
Good and Evil (Page 66)
(1) The Tree of Life (Page 67)
(2) The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil
(Page 69)
2. The True Nature of the Serpent (Page 69)
3. The Fall of the Angel and the Fall of Man (Page 71)
(1) The Crime of the Angel (Page 71)
(2) The Crime of Man (Page 72)
(3) The Act of Adultery between the Angel and Man
(Page 73)
4. The Fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and
Evil (Page 74)
5. The Root of Sin (Page 75)

Section II The Motivation and Process of the Fall (Page 76)
1. The Creation of the Angel, His mission, and His
Relationship to Man (Page 76)
2. The Spiritual Fall and the Physical Fall (Page 77)
(1) Spiritual Fall (Page 78)
(2) Physical Fall (Page 79)

Section III The Power of Love, the Power of the Principle, and
God’s Commandment (Page 80)
1. The Human Fall Seen from the Viewpoint of the Power
of Love and the Power of the Principle (Page 80)
2. The Purpose of God’s giving Man the Commandment
(Page 81)
3. The Period Necessitating the Commandment (Page 82)

Section IV The Result of the Human Fall (Page 83)
1. Satan and Fallen Man (Page 83)
2. Satan’s Activities in Human Society (Page 84)
3. Good and Evil Seen from the Nature of Purpose (Page 85)
4. The Works of Good Spirits and Evil Spirits (Page 87)
5. Sin (Page 88)
6. The Original Nature of the Fall (Page 89)
Section V Freedom and the Fall (Page 91)
1. The Significance of Freedom Seen from the Viewpoint
of the Principle (Page 91)
2. Freedom and the Human Fall (Page 92)
3. Freedom, the Fall, and Restoration (Page 93)

Section VI The Reason God Did Not Interfere with the First Human
Ancestors’ Fallen Act (Page 95)
1. For the Sake of the Absoluteness and Perfection of
the Principle of Creation (Page 95)
2. In Order that God alone Be the Creator (Page 96)
3. In Order to Set up Man as the Dominator of All
Things (Page 97)

3. Consummation Of Human History (Page 99)

Section I The Fulfillment of God’s Purpose of Creation and the
Fall of Man (Page 102)
1. The Fulfillment of God’s Purpose of Creation (Page 100)
2. The Fall of Man (Page 102)

Section II The Providence of Salvation (Page 103)
1. The Providence of Salvation is the Providence of
Restoration (Page 103)
2. The Purpose of the Providence of Restoration (Page 105)
3. Human History is the History of the Providence of
Restoration (Page 105)

Section III The Last Days (Page 111)
1. Meaning of the Last Days (Page 111)
(1) Noah’s Day Was the Last Days (Page 112)
(2) Jesus’ Day Was the Last Days (Page 112)
(3) The Day of the Lord’s Second Advent Is Also the
Last Days (Page 113)
2. Biblical Verses Concerning the Signs of the Last
Days (Page 113)
(1) Heaven and Earth Destroyed (II Peter 3:12, Gen.
6:13) and a New Heaven and a New Earth Created
(Rev. 21:1. II Peter 3:13, Is. 66:22) (Page 114)
(2) Heaven and Earth Judged by Fire (II Peter 3:12)
(Page 114)
(3) The Dead Rise from Their Tombs (Matt. 27:52, I
Thess. 4:16) (Page 116)
(4) Earthly Men Caught Up to Meet the Lord in the
Air (I Thess. 4:17) (Page 117)
(5) Sun and Moon Darkened, Stars Fall from Heaven
(Matt. 24:29) (Page 117)

Section IV The Last Days and the Present Days (Page 119)
1. The Phenomenon of the Restoration of the First
Blessing (Page 120)
2. The Phenomenon of the Restoration of the Second
Blessing (Page 122)
3. The Phenomenon of the Restoration of the Third
Blessing (Page 127)

Section V The Last Days, the New Truth, and Our Attitude (Page 129)
1. The Last Days and the New Truth (Page 129)
2. The Attitude We Should take in the Last Days (Page 133)
Chart: The World of Creation and Providence of
Restoration through the Substantial Development
of the Word (Page 137)

4. Advent Of The Messiah (Page 139)

Section I The Providence of Salvation through the Cross (Page 140)
1. The Purpose of Jesus’ Coming as the Messiah (Page 140)
2. Was the Providence of Salvation Fulfilled through
Redemption by the Cross? (Page 141)
3. The Crucifixion of Jesus (Page 142)
4. The Limit of Salvation through Redemption by the
Cross, and the Purpose of the Lord’s Second Advent
(Page 147)
5. Two Kinds of Prophecy Concerning the Cross)
6. Biblical Verses Written as if Jesus’ Crucifixion
Were Inevitable (Page 151)

Section II The Second Advent of Elijah and John the Baptist
(Page 153)
1. The Trend of Jewish Thought Concerning the Second
Advent of Elijah (Page 153)
2. The Way of the Jewish People (Page 155)
3. The Disbelief of John the Baptist (Page 157)
4. The Reason that John the Baptist Was Elijah (Page 162)
5. Our Attitude Toward the Bible (Page 163)

5. Resurrection (Page 165)

Section I Resurrection (Page 166)
1. Biblical Concept of Life and Death (Page 166)
2. Death Caused by the Fall (Page 167)
3. Meaning of Resurrection (Page 170)
4. How does Resurrection Change Man? (Page 171)

Section II Providence of Resurrection (Page 172)
1. How is the Providence of Resurrection Accomplished?
(Page 172.)
2. The Providence of Resurrection for Earthly Men
(Page 173)
(1) The Providence for the Foundation of
Resurrection (Page 173)
(2) The Providence of Resurrection in the Formation
Stage (Page 174)
(3) The Providence of Resurrection in the Growth
Stage (Page 174)
(4) The Providence of Resurrection in the
Perfection Stage (Page 175)
(5) Heaven and Paradise (Page 176)
(6) Spiritual Phenomena Occurring in the Last Days
(Page 177)
(7) The First Resurrection (Page 180)
3. The Providence of Resurrection for Spirit Men
(Page 181)
(1) The Reason and Method of the Spirit Man’s
Resurrection through Second Coming (Page 181)
(2) Resurrection through Second coming of Spirit
Men Who Were Christians in Their Lifetime
(Page 182)
(i) Resurrection through Second Coming in the
Growth Stage (Page 182)
(ii) Resurrection through Second Coming in the
Perfection Stage (Page 183)
(3) Resurrection through Second Coming of Spirit
Men Outside of Paradise (Page 184)
4. The Theory of Reincarnation Viewed from the
Standpoint of Resurrection through Second Coming
(Page 187)

Section III Unification of Religions by Resurrection through Second
Coming (Page 188)
1. Unification of Christianity by Resurrection through
Second Coming (Page 188)
2. Unification of All Other Religions by Resurrection
through Second Coming (Page 189)
3. Unification of Non-Religious Men by Resurrection
through Second Coming (Page 190)

6. Predestination (Page 193)

Section I Predestination of the Will (Page 195)

Section II Predestination for the Fulfillment of the Will (Page 197)

Section III Predestination of Man (Page 199)

Section IV Elucidation of Biblical Verses Which Justify the Theory
of Predestination (Page 201)

7. Christology (Page 205)

Section I The Value of the Man Who Has Attained the Purpose of
Creation (Page 206)

Section II Jesus and the Man Who Has Attained the Purpose of
Creation (Page 208)
1. Jesus and Perfected Adam as the Restoration of the
Tree of Life (Page 208)
2. Jesus and the Man Who Has Attained the Purpose of
Creation (Page 209)
3. Is Jesus God Himself? (Page 210)

Section III Jesus and Fallen Man (Page 212)

Section IV Rebirth and Trinity (Page 213)
1. Rebirth (Page 214)
(1) Jesus and the Holy Spirit from the Standpoint
of Rebirth (Page 214)
(2) Jesus and the Holy Spirit Seen from the
Standpoint of the Dual Essentialities of Logos
(Page 215)
(3) Spiritual Rebirth through Jesus and the Holy
Spirit (Page 216)
2. Trinity (Page 216)
Part II

Introduction (Page 221)

I The Principle of Restoration through Indemnity (Page 222)
1. Restoration through Indemnity (Page 222)
2. The Foundation to Receive the Messiah (Page 227)
(1) The Foundation of Faith (Page 228)
(2) The Foundation of Substance (Page 229)

II The Course of the Providence of Restoration (Page 230)
The Ages in the Course of the Providence of Restoration
(Page 230)

III Division of the Ages in the Course of the Providence of
Restoration (Page 232)
1. Division of the Ages from the Standpoint of the
Providence According to the Word (Page 232)
2. Division of the Ages from the Standpoint of the
Providence of Resurrection (Page 233)
3. Division of the Ages from the Standpoint of the
Providence of Restoration through Indemnity (Page 234)
4. Division of the Ages from the Standpoint of the
Extent of the Foundation to Receive the Messiah
(Page 235)
5. Division of the Ages from the Standpoint of their
Respective portions of Responsibility (Page 236)
6. Division of the Ages from the Standpoint of
Providential Time-Identity (Page 237)

IV The History of the Providence of Restoration and “I”
(Page 237)

1. Providential Age For The Foundation Of Restoration (Page 239)

Section I The Providence of Restoration Centering on Adam’s
Family (Page 239)
1. The Foundation of Faith (Page 240)
2. The Foundation of Substance (Page 243)
3. The Foundation to Receive the Messiah in Adam’s
Family (Page 246)
4. The Lessons Learned from Adam’s Family (Page 250)

Section II The Providence of Restoration Centering on Noah’s
Family (Page 251)
1. The Foundation of Faith (Page 252)
(1) The Central Figure to Restore the Foundation of
Faith (Page 252)
(2) The Conditional Objects to Restore the
Foundation of Faith (Page 252)
2. The Foundation of Substance (Page 257)
3. Lessons Learned from Noah’s Family (Page 260)

Section III The Providence of Restoration Centering on Abraham’s
Family (Page 261)
1. The Foundation of Faith (Page 262)
(1) The Central Figure to Restore the Foundation of
Faith (Page 262)
(2) The Conditional Objects to Restore the
Foundation of Faith (Page 264)
(i) The Symbolic Offering of Abraham (Page 264)
(ii) Abraham’s Offering of Isaac (Page 271)
(iii) The Position of Isaac from the Standpoint
of the Will, and His Symbolic Offering
(Page 274)
2. The Foundation of Substance (Page 276)
3. The Foundation to Receive the Messiah (Page 279)
4. Lessons Learned from Abraham’s Course (Page 283)

2. Providence Of Restoration Centering On Moses And Jesus (Page 285)

Section I Pattern for the Subjugation of Satan (Page 286)
1. Why God Set Up Jacob’s Course and Moses’ Course as
the Pattern for Jesus’ Course (Page 286)
2. Moses’ Course and Jesus’ Course, After the Pattern
of Jacob’s Course (Page 287)

Section II The Providence of Restoration Centering on Moses
(Page 291)
1. The General View of the Providence of Restoration
Centering on Moses (Page 291)
(1) The Foundation of Faith (Page 292)
(i) The Central Figure to Restore the
Foundation of Faith (Page 292)
(ii) Conditional Objects to Restore the
Foundation of Faith (Page 294)
(2) The Foundation of Substance (Page 295)
(3) The Foundation to Receive the Messiah (Page 296)
2. The Course of Restoration of Canaan on the National
Level Centering on Moses (Page 297)
(1) The First Course of Restoration into Canaan on
the National Level (Page 297)
(i) The Foundation of Faith (Page 297)
(ii) The Foundation of Substance (Page 298)
(iii) The Failure in the First Course of
Restoration into Canaan on the National
level (Page 300)
(2) The Second Course of Restoration into Canaan on
the National level (Page 301)
(i) The Foundation of Faith (Page 301)
(ii) The Foundation of Substance (Page 302)
(iii) The Providence of Restoration Centering
on the Tabernacle (Page 311)
a) The significance and the purpose of
the tablets, the tabernacle and the
ark of the covenant (Page 312)
b) The foundation for the tabernacle
(Page 317)
(iv) The Failure in the Second Course of
Restoration into Canaan on the National
Level (Page 322)
(3) The Third Course of Restoration into Canaan on
the national level (Page 323)
(i) The Foundation of Faith (Page 323)
(ii) The Foundation of Substance (Page 323)
(iii) The Foundation to Receive the Messiah
(Page 338)
3. Lessons Learned from Moses’ Course (Page 339)

Section III The Providence of Restoration Centering on Jesus
(Page 342)
1. The First Worldwide Course of Restoration into
Canaan (Page 343)
(1) The Foundation of Faith (Page 343)
(2) The Foundation of Substance (Page 345)
(3) The Failure in the First Course of Restoration
into Canaan on the Worldwide Level (Page 346)
2. The Second Course of Restoration into Canaan on the
Worldwide Level (Page 347)
(1) The Foundation of Faith (Page 347)
(i) Jesus Succeeds the Mission of John the
Baptist (Page 347)
(ii) Jesus’ Forty-day Fast and Prayer in the
Wilderness and His Three Great
Temptations (Page 348)
(iii) The Result of Separation from Satan by
the Forty-Day Fast and the Three Great
Temptations (Page 354)
(2) The Foundation of Substance (Page 355)
(3) The Failure of the Second Course of the
Worldwide Restoration of Canaan (Page 357)
3. The Third Course of the Worldwide Restoration of
Canaan (Page 357)
(1) The course of the Spiritual Restoration of
Canaan, Centering on Jesus (Page 357)
(i) The Spiritual Foundation of Faith (Page 359)
(ii) The Spiritual Foundation of Substance
(Page 361)
(iii) The Spiritual Foundation to Receive the
Messiah (Page 361)
(iv) The Spiritual Restoration of Canaan
(Page 362)
(2) The Course of the Substantial Restoration of
Canaan Centering on the Lord of the Second
Advent (Page 363)
4. Lessons Learned from Jesus’ Course (Page 370)

3. Formation And Length Of Each Age In The History Of Providence (Page 373)

Section I The Age of Providential Time-Identity (Page 373)

Section II The Formation of the Number of Years and Generations in
the Providential Age for the Foundation of Restoration
(Page 376)
1. Why and How Is the Providence of Restoration
Prolonged? (Page 376)
2. The Vertical Condition of Indemnity and Horizontal
Restoration through Indemnity (Page 378)
3. Horizontal Restoration through Indemnity Carried Out
Vertically (Page 379)
4. The Mathematical Period of Indemnity to Restore the
Foundation of Faith (Page 381)
5. The Period of Time-identity Centering on the Number
of Generations (Page 388)
6. The Providential Period of Horizontal Restoration
through Indemnity carried Out Vertically (Page 390)

Section III The Formation and Length of Each Period in the
Providential Age of Restoration (Page 392)
1. The Four Hundred Year Period of Slavery in Egypt
(Page 392)
2. the Four Hundred Year Period of Judges (Page 393)
3. the One Hundred and Twenty Year Period of the United
Kingdom (Page 394)
4. The Four Hundred Year Period of the Divided Kingdoms
of North and South (Page 396)
5. The Two Hundred and Ten Year Period of the Jewish
People’s Captivity and Return (Page 396)
6. the Four Hundred Year Period of Preparation for the
Coming of the Messiah (Page 397)

Section IV The Formation and Length of Each Period in the
Providential Age of the Prolongation of Restoration
(Page 398)
1. The Four Hundred Year Period of Persecution by the
Roman Empire (Page 398)
2. The Four Hundred Year Period of Christian Churches
Under the Patriarchal System (Page 399)
3. The One Hundred and Twenty year Period of the
Christian Kingdom (Page 400)
4. The Four Hundred Year Period of the Divided Kingdoms
of East and West (Page 400)
5. The Two Hundred and Ten year Period of Papal
Captivity and Return (Page 401)
6. The Four Hundred Year Period of Preparation for the
Second Advent of the Messiah (Page 401)
Chart: The Age of Providential Time-identity (Page 403)

4. Providential age of restoration and age of the prolongation of
restoration from the standpoint of providential time-identity
(Page 405)

Section I The Period of Slavery in Egypt and the Period of
Persecution by the Roman Empire (Page 408)

Section II The Period of Judges and the Period of Christian
Churches under the Patriarchal System (Page 410)

Section III The Period of the United Kingdom and the Period of the
Christian Kingdom (Page 411)

Section IV The Period of the Divided Kingdoms of North and South
and the Period of the Divided Kingdoms of East and West
(Page 415)

Section V The Period of Jewish Captivity and Return and the
Period of Papal Captivity and Return (Page 418)

Section VI The Period of Preparation for the Coming of the Messiah
and the Period of Preparation for the Second Coming of
the Messiah (Page 421)

Section VII The Development of History from the Standpoint of the
Providence of Restoration (Page 425)
1. The Development of History in the Providential Age
of Restoration (Page 426)
2. The Development of History in the Providential Age
of the Prolongation of Restoration (Page 430)
(1) The Providence of Restoration and European
History (Page 430)
(2) Mutual Relations Between the History of
Religion, History of Economy, and History of
Politics (Page 431)
(3) The Clan Society (Page 434)
(4) Feudal Society (Page 435)
(5) Monarchic Society and Imperialistic Society
(Page 437)
(6) Democracy and Socialism (Page 441)
(7) The Principle of Coexistence, Co-prosperity,
Common-cause and Communism (Page 444)
Chart: The Development of History from the Standpoint
of the Providence of Restoration (Page 447)

5. Preparation Period For The Second Advent Of The Messiah (Page 449)

Section I The Period of Religious Reformation (1517-1648) (Page 450)
1. The Renaissance (Page 455)
2. Religious Reformation (Page 456)

Section II The Period of Struggle among Religions and Ideologies
(1648-1789) (Page 458)
1. The Cain-type View of Life (Page 459)
2. The Abel-type View of Life (Page 461)

Section III The Period of Maturity of Politics, Economics, and
Ideology (1789-1918) (Page 464)
1. Democracy (Page 464)
(1) Cain-Type Democracy (Page 466)
(2) Abel-Type Democracy (Page 467)
2. The Significance in the Principle of the Separation
of Three Powers (Page 468)
3. The Significance of the Industrial Revolution
(Page 471)
4. The Strengthening of the Powers, and the Partition
of Colonies (Page 472)
5. The Revolution of Religion, Politics and Industry
Following the Renaissance (Page 473)

Section IV The Great World Wars (Page 475)
1. The Cause of the Great World Wars Viewed from the
Providence of Restoration through Indemnity (Page 475)
2. The First Great World War (Page 478)
(1) Summary of the Providence for the First World
War (Page 478)
(2) What Decides the Heavenly Side and the Satanic
Side? (Page 479)
(3) The Cause of World War I Viewed from the
Providence of Restoration (Page 480)
(4) Result of World War I Viewed from the
Providence of Restoration (Page 482)
3. The Second World War (Page 483)
(1) Providential Outline Concerning World War II
(Page 483)
(2) What is Totalitarianism? (Page 483)
(3) Nations on the Heavenly Side and Those on the
Satanic Side during World War II (Page 484)
(4) The Reason the Heavenly Side and the Satanic
Side Confronted, with Three Great Powers on
Each Side (Page 485)
(5) The Cause of World War II Viewed from the
Providence of Restoration (Page 487)
(6) Result of World War II Viewed form the
Providence of Restoration (Page 489)
4. The Third World War (Page 490)
(1) Is the Third World War Inevitable? (Page 490)
(2) Providential Summary of the Third World War
(Page 493)
(3) The Cause of the Third World War Viewed from
the Providence of Restoration (Page 493)
(4) Result of the Third World War Viewed from the
Providence of Restoration (Page 495)

6. Second Advent (Page 497)

Section I When Will Christ Come Again? (Page 498)

Section II In What Manner Will Christ Come Again? (Page 499)
1. Viewpoint Concerning the Bible (Page 499)
2. The Lord’s Second Advent Will Be Realized by His
Birth on the Earth (Page 502)
3. What Does the Biblical Passage Saying Christ Will
Come on the Clouds Signify? (Page 512)
4. Why Did Jesus Say That the Lord Would Come on the
Clouds? (Page 515)

Section III Where Will Christ Come Again? (Page 516)
1. Would Christ come Again Among the Jewish People?
(Page 516)
2. Christ Will Come Again to an Eastern Nation (Page 519)
3. That Nation of the East is Korea (Page 520)
(1) This Nation Must Lay the Nationwide Foundation
for the Restoration by Indemnity (Page 521)
(2) This Nation Must Be God’s Front Line and
Satan’s Front Line (Page 523)
(3) This Nation Must Be the Object of God’s Heart
(Page 525)
(4) This Nation Must Have Prophetical Testimonies
Among the People (Page 527)
(5) All Aspects of Culture and Civilization Must
Bear Fruit in This Nation (Page 530)

Section IV Jesus’ Day and Today from the Standpoint of Time-
identity (Page 532)

Section V The Cause of the Confusion of Language and the
Necessity for its Unification (Page 535)