I apologize that Nebadon’s agenda escaped our notice in our rigorous screening process 😉. Nebadon included many words from Jesus that were relayed to Nebadon quite recently, well after Jesus’ earthly sojourn. They were cited with some sort of codification that reminded me of Captain Kirk’s star-dates from the original Star Trek series. Here is one such example: (2052.2) 193:0.2. As I’m sure everyone knows, Captain Kirk (AND Mr. Spock) were both Jewish, but I digress.
Nebadon has been banned from the page.
Steve Henshaw I responded by asking Dennis Brody if he was Christian. The first sentence of his answer said, “You don’t know wtf you’re talking about!”. I have yet to read further. Let me ask, Dennis what did Jesus teach that one should do when struck on the cheek? Susie without knowing me says I’m evil. Is there anyone here who makes an effort to follow what Jesus actually taught? Let’s talk.
December 3, 2013 at 10:40am · Edited · Like · 1
Nebadon Urantia Steve, You have rejected and deleted the “saving’ gospel of Jesus. I wasn’t trying to pump up Jesus but what he said. What’s there to talk about ? Startrek ? Gene Rodenberry got most of his ideas from the Urantia Book. You ought to check it out. It’s only a book. You don’t have to believe it. But it might help you grow spiritually, if you’re interested.
Steve Henshaw I am an administrator of the page for Jews and Muslims who are interested in peace. You proselytized that the members had to accept your version of Christian doctrine. I am asked to keep people from insisting that other people accept other people’s doctrines. I was acting in the way I felt I should. I am not completely without knowledge of what Jesus taught. If you would like to talk about it, I am happy to do so. Is it Christian to send hate-mail?
December 3, 2013 at 1:32pm · Edited · Like · 1
Nebadon Urantia What do you call proselytizing. I gave an opinion that Muslims and Jews have never had Peace and never will have Peace until they accept and believe what Jesus said. I never said anything about having to accept Jesus. Just look at history and what’s going on now for proof. His Gospel was about the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of all mankind. It was never about him. Paul made it about him.
December 7, 2013 at 2:55pm · Edited · Like · 2
(1963.3) 182:1.1 A few moments after arriving at camp, Jesus said to them: “My friends and brethren, my time with you is now very short, and I desire that we draw apart by ourselves while we pray to our Father in heaven for strength to sustain us in this hour and henceforth in all the work we must do in his name.