As I have shown above, the Apocalypse can be canceled. What about the rest of New Testament?

New Testament says (2Cor. 3:6) who also made us sufficient as servants of a new covenant; not of the letter, but of the Spirit. For the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life.

But have you ever think that this produces a paradox: New Testament book itself is letter. So it should kill.

In other words, New Testament itself claims that we should not follow its letter, because it “kills”, but spirit. After all, we know that Bible is true, we cannot ignore its letter.

How to resolve this paradox? The only possible solution is that New Testament terminates itself (just like as it terminates Old Testament). If New Testament is not terminated, we must follow its letter, but it says not to, so it logically follows that it terminates. The law is canceled for us.

When we tried to follow commandments of Bible, we only violated more important commandments trying to follow less important commandments: (Mat. 23:24) You blind guides, who strain out a gnat, and swallow a camel! We should instead live by spirit, not by letter of New Testament, in order to do good, rather than to make pride that we follow a particular commandment.

New epoch comes as New Testament terminates itself in the same way as it terminated Old Testament. This is a teaching of New Testament itself.

Come of Christ is near and so a new epoch begins for us. This means changes.

God having provided some better thing concerning us (Heb. 11:40). This means that God has provided us something better than life according to the gospel.

Read details in my book.