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Announcement From The Christ Experiment & The Discovery That Changed History

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This week, in honor of Easter and as the world celebrates Jesus' resurrection and the promise of life eternal, we will begin the episode with return guests Zshonette and Don from The Christ Experiment. They will be here to talk about their new School of Evangelists that they launched earlier this month. The purpose of the school is to help Urantia Book students develop the art of teaching and the skill of ministry. They will briefly discuss the school and will then welcome questions from our listeners, so please be sure to listen and call in during the first half hour. The first session of the school starts May 1, 2019, and enrollment closes April 30, 2019.

The second half of the episode this week will be devoted to the last two sections of Urantia Paper 189, 4. Discovery of the Empty Tomb and 5. Peter and John at the Tomb. Mary Magdalene initially discovers the empty tomb followed by the two apostles who also discover it. If you haven't heard The Urantia Book's unique and detailed account of their amazing discovery, you'll certainly want to tune in.

In addition to this, we'll take time to read at least one of the accounts of what Jesus said to those he appeared to after he was resurrected. The Urantia Book explains that he made 19 separate appearance to evangels, apostles and believers after his death and resurrection. What he had to say during these appearances provides the essence of what he tried to teach them all during his life. The accounts are exquisite and his words absolutely unforgettable. One of the most memorable is The Walk With Two Brothers, Paper 190, Section 5. The message he gives to the two brothers is remarkable and sublime.

Please join Christilyn, Paula and Andre, and hopefully Jeanette and Don (if they can stay on), as we explore the resurrection event and Jesus' blessed words of hope.

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