URMIA, AD 24
Jesus of Capernaum, who recently returned to Urmia, completed his lecture series today on the “Kingdoms of Men” and the “Kingdom of God.” Law, liberty and sovereignty were the general themes, and the talks encompassed such ideas as global cooperation and brotherhood, an international language and peace on earth. The most unique feature of the talks was a strong caution against unlimited national and religious sovereignty. Jesus claimed that religions will always be in conflict when they claim chosen people status and exclusive authority. If different religions recognize the spirit authority of God the Father, then such religions will remain at peace.
He stated that citizens are not born for the benefit of governments; governments are organizations created and devised for the benefit of men and women. There can be no end to the evolution of political sovereignty short of the appearance of the government of the sovereignty of all people.
He believes that, with scientific progress, wars are going to become more devastating and counter-productive. It is possible that world wars will be fought and leagues of nations must fail before men will be willing to establish global cooperation. Unconditional and loving fellowship will permit men and women to enjoy the blessings of permanent peace and thrive on the tranquillity of good will—world-wide good will. Jesus of Capernaum stated that the kingdom of God is free from distinguishing castes, classes, social levels, gender, and economic groups. “We are all brothers and sisters with God as our Father,” he said. The lectures were praised as informative and imaginative.
(Extract from Chronicle of the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.
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