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Symmetry of Soul

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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This crisis in Jesus' earth life, which began with the feeding of the five thousand and ended three days later with the Sabbath sermon in the Capernaum synagogue, was the outward turning of the tide of popular fame and acclaim.... more

The twelve began to realize more fully that Jesus was not going to sit on David's throne. They saw more fully that spiritual truth was not to be advanced by material wonders. They vaguely discerned and dimly foresaw the approaching times of... more

Jesus took up the five barley loaves in his hands, and after he had given thanks, he broke the bread and gave to his apostles, who passed it on to their associates, who in turn carried it to the multitude. Jesus in like manner broke and... more

Jesus' apostles, let alone the common people, could not understand the nature and attributes of this God-man. Neither has any subsequent generation been able to evaluate what took place on earth in the person of Jesus of Nazareth.... more

After several days of teaching by the seaside, Jesus said to his apostles: "I am weary of the throngs; let us cross over to the other side that we may rest for a day." But Jesus did not obtain the rest he was looking for. Instead they were... more

Jesus employed the parable as a method of public teaching because it proceeds from the things which are known to the discernment of the unknown. It also provides for a simultaneous appeal to vastly different levels of mind and spirit.... more

In the wake of the third preaching tour, Jesus began to employ the parable method of teaching the throngs that so frequently gathered about him. The parable of the sower was one of the first of a long series of such parables which... more

When Jesus visited Nazareth for the first time since the beginning of his public ministry, the Master found himself in the midst of, not a welcome homecoming, but a decidedly hostile and hypercritical atmosphere. The inhabitants... more

Entrance into the Father's kingdom—salvation—is wholly free, but progress—growth in grace—is essential to continuance therein. Acceptance by faith on your part makes you a partaker of the divine nature, a... more

In the times of Jesus the appearance of a bright and supposedly new star was regarded as a token indicating that a great man had been born on earth. Such a star having then recently been observed, Andrew asked Jesus if these beliefs... more

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