Audio File   As far as possible, consistent with the revelators mandate, they endeavored to utilize and to some extent coordinate the existing records having to do with the life of Jesus on our planet [More]
Audio File   By the close of the first century before Christ the religious thought of Jerusalem had been tremendously influenced and somewhat modified by Greek cultural teachings and even by Greek philosophy. In the [More]
Audio File   Throughout preceding ages religion had chiefly been an affair of the tribe or nation; it had not often been a matter of concern to the individual. Gods were tribal or national, not [More]
Audio File   The gentiles were, from a moral standpoint, somewhat inferior to the Jews, but there was present in the hearts of the nobler gentiles abundant soil of natural goodness and potential human affection [More]
Audio File   Although the social and economic condition of the Roman state was not of the highest order, the widespread domestic peace and prosperity was propitious for the bestowal of Michael. In the first [More]
Audio File   The Jews were a part of the older Semitic race, which also included the Babylonians, the Phoenicians, and the more recent enemies of Rome, the Carthaginians. During the fore part of the [More]
Audio File   Jesus did not come to this world during an age of spiritual decadence; at the time of his birth the [then] humanity of our planet was experiencing such a revival of spiritual [More]
PARTS: I. THE TIMES OF JESUS’ BIRTH The Occident of the First Century After Christ The Jewish People Among the Gentiles Gentile Philosophy (1) The Epicurean (2) The Stoic (3) The Cynic (4) The Skeptic [More]
Audio File       During the Alexandrian sojourn of Jesus, Gonod, and Ganid, the young man spent much of his tune and no small sum of his father’s money making a collection of the teachings [More]
Audio File       Most of the time en route to Carthage Jesus talked with his fellow travelers about things social, political and commercial; hardly a word was said about religion. For the first time [More]
Audio File   ON THE ISLAND OF CRETE      The travelers had but one purpose in going to Crete and that was to play, to walk about over the island and to climb the mountains. [More]
Audio File        The night before they left Alexandria, Ganid and Jesus had a long visit with one of the government professors at the university who lectured on the teachings of Plato. Jesus interpreted [More]
Audio File AT CAESAREA     Jesus and his friends tarried in Caesarea beyond the time expected because one of the huge steering paddles of the vessel on which they intended to embark was discovered to [More]
Audio File   The tour of the (then) Roman world consumed most of the twenty-eighth and the entire twenty-ninth year of Jesus’ life on earth. Jesus and the two natives from India -Gonod and his [More]
Audio File        The whole of Jesus’ twenty-ninth year was spent finishing up the tour of the Mediterranean world. The main events, as far as the revelators have permission to reveal these experiences, [More]
Audio File      In January of this year, A.D. 21, on a rainy Sunday morning, Jesus took unceremonious leave of his family, only explaining that he was going over to Tiberias and then on [More]
Audio File   This was Jesus’ first year of comparative freedom from family responsibility. James was very successful in managing the home with Jesus help in counsel and finances.  The week following  the  Passover  of   [More]
Audio File       This year the financial pressure was slightly relaxed as four were at work. Miriam earned considerable by the sale of milk and butter; Martha had become an expert weaver. The [More]