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This latest video on UrantiaFilm was screened at the 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, and introduced Gard Jameson’s session “Non-Traditional Jesus on War Violence, and Injustice.” Special thanks to Gard for inspiring this piece and to Mo Siegel, for making available his collection of paintings representing the life of Jesus.
This 7-minute video introduces non-readers to the Jesus of The Urantia Book.
Feel free to share it, embed it, and post it. More to come!
3 thoughts on “Non-Traditional Jesus: An Introduction”
Such a masterpiece, Richard… Grateful to all contributors for this exquisite and concise intro. For me, this film represents the most inspiring and sophisticated effort yet — a pleasure for the eye, ear, and soul. Only wish I could experience it outside of my Urantia frame… what would I think and feel?! … Yes! share it, embed it, and post it!
Awesome! Thanks so much, for sharing! I shall share with others. Amen.
It was so beautiful to see this shown on the big screen at the Urantia Booth at the Parliament. It brought me to tears to see such a huge Urantia presence there. We had 3 booths, there were 2 full page color adds in the program that were amazing, and many presentations were given. Every time I walked by the booths, there were people visiting them…for 5 days straight. I visited every booth at the Parliament myself to talk to people who possibly couldn’t leave to go see everything to talk to them about The Urantia Book and Truthseekers/I Will Love Programs. Every group except one said they had heard about the UB when I asked which was an incredible difference from when I usually ask people 🙂 Yay!!!!!!! Such beautiful progress!