HarvestArmy cited from 1 Corinthians 1, and it is worth reviewing. I am looking at the NIV translation on-line, has this is the translation that I was led to purchase. Although I do have a leather-bound KJV, that I have had since I was eight years old. I asked my parents for it for my eighth birthday present, probably because I went to sunday school sometimes, and joined what was known as the 'Girl's Light Brigade'.
I also have an English translation of the Aramaic that I cross reference with sometimes. In addition to a gift that a spiritual Israeli gave me of a bible in Hebrew. I also have a translation of the Torah in English.
In addition to biblical texts, I also have other texts that were not part of the cannon, in addition to texts from other cultures. From a philosopher's view and that of a mystic, I find the texts fascinating and within them can be found many pearls, diamonds and other jewels.
The last post that we made about the scientists and Italy, mentioned a beloved one. And 1 Corinthians 1 mentions 'Stephanas' that was baptized by Paul.
Paul also informs us that Christ did not send him to baptize. So why then do the Church baptize? 
He also makes another statement that is intriguing.
'but to preach the gospel, not with wisdom and eloquence, lest the cross of Christ be emptied of its power'.
Did a gospel exist in the time of Paul? The bible certainly didn't.
So let me get this right, the text is telling us that Paul was not allowed to share with wisdom and eloquence.
Thirdly, how could the cross of Christ ever be emptied of its power? Unless Paul knew that the sceptre was to leave Judah has mentioned in the book of Genesis. The Son of God repeated an OT prophecy in respect of the old heaven and earth passing away, and he added that his words would never pass away.
For it is written: 'I will destroy the wisdom of the wise; the intelligence of the intelligence I will frustrate'.
That relates to an OT prophecy about the last days of the end times.
Then he asks 'Where is the teacher of the law?'. Where is the philosopher of this age?
If Paul had truly known the teachings of the one known has Jesus Christ, then surely he would have also known that the paraclete that Jesus predicted would come, would not come until the last days of the end times? He refers to her has the 'Queen of the South', 'Son of Man', that is a term of endearment. In addition she is mentioned in Rev 12, and in Rev 13 it refers to her has wisdom. This calls for wisdom.
It also informs you that 'For us wisdom from Theos, that is our righteousness, holiness and redemption'.
Now I understand more about why Nostradamus made the prediction about the philosopher. The teacher of the law is also to do with the teacher of righteousness that was ordained to come in the last days. Prophet Hosea predicted that the LORD would betroth his people to him with his righteousness and faithfulness. e.g his Harp of Faithfulness that is the teacher of his righteousness. Hosea also predicted that he would plant HER in Jezreel and that happened in May 2006.
Has the LORD God predicted, 'By the time they find out what we have done, it will be too late for them to change it'.
They are also called the 'interpreter of the law' in the Dead Sea Scrolls. The renowned Dead Sea Scrolls scholar, Geza Vermes describes them as the divine guide that is sent to Israel to help them in the last days of the end times.
That is then supported by the prophecies of Hosea, Malachi, Micah etc.
In my humble view; the term 'cross of Christ being emptied of its power'. Relates to the Roman Church, that knew full well that the Christians had been set-up for the fall as predicted by Prophet Isaiah.
Paul was clearly in on it, because if he had allowed the wisdom to blossom within him, and demonstrated it with eloquence, then those that stood against the Jewish people, would have been defeated. It gives further reason to why so many orthodox Christians stood against this reality, and why Michael spoke about the eloquence of the wisdom that I was conveying.
Michael knew exactly what he was doing, and why he was doing it. His intention was to bring down Rome, its Church and all those that stood against the Jewish people and Israel. In addition, to those that stood against the poor and the indigenous peoples.
If we take an objective view of this text, then Paul knew full well, that a philosopher was coming. That then coincides beautifully with our recent video. In the letters of St Jerome, it is clear that he also knew that a person was coming to explain the spiritual law.