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Jerry Lane is a retired carpenter and project foreman with a masters degree in creative writing who has transmitted lessons from Michael and Mother for the last eight years. Byron Belitsos is an award-winning publisher who has been editor of many acclaimed books, including The Center Within and A Return to Healing. Both are long-time students of The Urantia Book who reside in Marin County, CA.
The Adventure of Being Human:
Lessons on Soulful Living from the Heart of the Urantia Revelation
Transmitted by Jerry Lane • Edited by Byron Belitsos
$14.95 trade paperback (published June 2012) Origin Press/Celestia • 257 pages
In The Adventure of Being Human, you’ll meet the two most beloved creator beings depicted in The Urantia Book: Christ Michael (or Jesus) and Mother Spirit, who is Michael’s coequal divine consort. You also receive a beginner’s introduction to the Urantia Revelation itself, through background materials, a comprehensive glossary, and much more.
This profound but often humorous guide depicts how our divine parents see us with eyes of affection and how they regard the challenge of being human — and also explains why our lives on a complex and dangerous planet offer an ideal setting for the adventure of soul growth. This book is the fifth in our series based on the continuing revelation known as the Celestial Teaching Mission, which offers supplemental teachings that amplify the epochal revelations of The Urantia Book.
This compilation provides cheerful lessons selected from the first year of Michael and Mother Spirit’s “live” transmission sessions in a humble living room in Mill Valley, California. Highly personal and often endearing, these instructions on the art of soulful living render the spiritual import of The Urantia Book more accessible than ever before.
—Bob Hunt, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Humboldt State University
“I have been significantly impacted by my reading of this text, which I perceive as having great significance to the planet.”
—Marty Risacher, former Superior Court Judge and faculty member of the National Judicial College
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