Denis Abade
Denis Abade asked:

Don't the principles in the master system conflict with the bible teachings? For the bible places Jesus as the son of God and part of the triune but the Master Key System is silent on that.

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Jon Finch First, how is being silent on one point a "conflict?"

Second, the bible does not place Jesus as the son of god and part of a triune. That is one, recent interpretation by the Roman Catholic Church.
There are religions whose sacred text is the bible,
and they do not believe Jesus was the son of god (and neither did Jesus).
They also don't believe in the doctrine of the Holy Trinity (which was invented by a committee of politicians hundreds of years after Jesus died).

You can argue that Jesus was part of a "triune" god, but Jesus never made that clear. Jesus never wrote anything down, and he never said that a bible should be written. All of that came (many decades) after he died.
Salem Jesus may have been one of the master thinkers but unfortunately his teachings appeared in writing many years after his passing and people have been distorting his original words many times over. It makes it difficult to base an argument on a book that has been rewritten this much in the past 1900+ years.
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