challenges this generation
with a hopeful and original interpretation of
Johnís prophesy based on The Urantia Book
It provides Christian believers
with a comprehensive introduction to
the Urantia Revelation
of Revelation - 2000 Years of Controversy
Book of Revelation has sparked debate, confusion, fear, and even
armed conflict for two millennia; it is perhaps the most controversial
document of all time. Its apocalyptical symbols have inspired uncountable
interpretations and untold mischief throughout the Christian era.
this ancient text is very much alive: Based on their reading of
it, tens of millions of Christians believe that a dire series of
"end-time" events is imminent. But will such things really come
to pass? Anyone concerned about the future of our planet and the
core teachings of Christianity needs to come to terms with the Book
Rediscover the Grandeur of Johnís Vision
have speculated that John's original writings were distorted, altered,
added to and that much was simply lost. The Secret Revelation confirms
that finding, corrects the errors, and adds a vast amount of new
insight. Apostle John was forced to write in codes and symbols,
but from his celestial abode, he now speaks out once again to reveal
what he actually saw and wrote.
Secret Revelation removes the secrecy from the Book of Revelation
once and for all, unveiling the sublime grandeur of St. Johnís original
What Was Apostle Johnís Original Vision?
by the images of impending apocalypse now being broadcast so widely
by Christians, author Stella Religa went in search of the
truth about biblical end-times prophecy. Using The Urantia Book
as a crucial reference, and gifted with extensive celestial assistance,
Ms. Religa painstakingly reconstructs the Apostle Johnís original
vision that now lies buried in the Book of Revelation. She discovers
that there will be no Antichrist, and no Armageddon; there will
be no "late great planet earth".
you will learn that John's original message inspired by a great
and heavenly vision was exclusively one of love and mercy, containing
gentle but firm warnings to future believers.