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Symmetry of Soul

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Each Tuesday, a broadcast focused on science, religion, and philosophy, based on the unifying concepts of The Urantia Book. Broadcasts begin 9:00 PM ET(worldtimezone.com for local start time). Co-hosted by Dr. Chris Halvorson, Andrea Barnes, Brad Garner, Dave Tucker, and Justin Armstrong. Artwork compliments of www.rassouli.com.

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Preaching in the temple in Jerusalem, Jesus proclaimed: "The Supreme Spirit shall bear witness with your spirits that you are truly the children of God. And if you are the sons of God, then have you been born of the spirit of God; and... more

Illuminating the evolution of the Jewish concept of Deity, Jesus said: ?Our Father in Paradise is changeless. But the concept of his nature has enlarged and grown from the days of Moses down through the times of Amos and even to the... more

In a talk with Peter, James, and John, Jesus laid great emphasis upon what he called the two truths of first import in the teachings of the kingdom, and they are: the attainment of salvation by faith, and faith alone, associated with the... more

Jesus said: ?You can experience spirit unity in the joy of your united dedication to the wholehearted doing of the will of my Father in heaven. You do not have to see alike or feel alike or even think alike in order spiritually to be alike. Spiritual unity... more

Said the Master: "I declare that the kingdom of heaven is the realization and acknowledgment of God's rule within the hearts of men. True, there is a King in this kingdom, and that King is my Father and your Father. We are indeed... more

Jesus consecrated his apostles, saying: "Go into all the world and preach the glad tidings of the kingdom. Freely you have received, freely give." While in forewarning, he also said: "Some of you will be put to death, and before you... more

If Jesus were ministering today, he would be a great disappointment to the majority of good men and women for the simple reason that he would not take sides in present-day political, social, or economic disputes. He would remain... more

Jesus well knew that his apostles were not fully assimilating his teachings. He decided to give some special instruction to Peter, James, and John, hoping they would be able to clarify the ideas of their associates. Accordingly, Jesus went... more

Jesus admonished his apostles: "Do not make the mistake of thinking that I have come to set aside the law and the prophets. I come not to transgress the law but rather to write these new commandments on the tablets of your hearts. If you... more

Jesus did not expect his followers to achieve an impossible manifestation of brotherly love, but he did expect them to so strive to be like God—to be perfect even as the Father in heaven is perfect—that they could begin to... more

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