Presenting "Re-Imagining Jesus"
A feature length film based on the new biography of Jesus in The Urantia Book
"The time is ripe to witness the figurative resurrection of the human Jesus from his burial tomb amidst the theological traditions and the religious dogmas of nineteen centuries."
"All Urantia is waiting for the proclamation of the ennobling message of Michael, unencumbered by the accumulated doctrines and dogmas of nineteen centuries of contact with the religions of evolutionary origin. The hour is striking for presenting to Buddhism, to Christianity, to Hinduism, even to the peoples of all faiths, not the gospel about Jesus, but the living, spiritual reality of the gospel of Jesus."
. . . The Urantia Book
The classic New Testament story illuminated with detail from The Urantia Book's biography of Jesus
Beautiful footage of seldom seen places associated with some of the most important events in the Master's life
Detailed maps providing important geographic orientation
Timeline of events between the baptism in the Jordan and the resurrection
A compelling story about his primary mission -- the revelation of a spiritual kingdom accessible here and now
One reviewer referred to Re-Imagining Jesus as, "The most compelling introduction to The Urantia Book yet created."
Re-Imagining Jesus will premier at the Urantia Book Fellowship international conference at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, July 2014. Simultaneously with the premier an online version will be made available on this page.
About The Joshua ben Joseph Project
Re-Imagining Jesus is a product of The Joshua ben Joseph Project. This project is dedicated to the illumination of the religious life of Jesus and how he lived it. The project has involved capturing high definition video and still photographs of regions in which Jesus lived and worked and using them to dramatize and illuminate the new biography of Jesus in Part 4 of The Urantia Book. (more...)
The Joshua ben Joseph project is sponsored by Rocky Mountain Spiritual Fellowship.
Your tax-deductible contribution makes wider distribution possible and
supports ongoing translations of the film.
A Spanish version currently
is in production.