A Very Different Christian Story

Dr. Ron Miller speaks at the Theosophical Society in America on April 7, 2011 about a very different christian story. Most people assume Christianity began as a unified movement and then fragmented in the course of its history, Eastern and Western Christianity split in the 11th century, Protestant and Catholic Christianity in the 16th. But today we realize that diversity was present from the beginning, as evidenced by ancient texts found buried in the deserts of Egypt and stories in some of the very books included in the Christian Testament. Ron will explore the very different story of Christianity found in the Letter of James, written around 62 CE by James, (Jacob in Hebrew), the brother of Jesus.

The Theosophical Society is composed of students belonging to any religion or to none. Its members are united by their approval of the Society’s Three Objects, by their wish to remove religious antagonisms and to draw together people of goodwill whatsoever their religious opinions, and by their desire to study religious truths and to share the results of their studies with others. We also want to thank them for providing this video. For more information on the Theosophical Society in America, please click here: Theosophical.org

3 thoughts on “A Very Different Christian Story”

  1. Jill Armentrout


    I attended an A.R.E. event about 6 or 7 yrs. ago and had the priviledge of hearing Ron Miller speak. I have read The Gospel of Thomas, and I love it.

    For some reason I decided to find Ron on facebook today and was very sad to hear of his passing.

    Thank-you for keeping the website and facebook page active. This is a reminder to me that life is indeed short and don’t assume someone will always be there.

    I look forward to reading the book about the parables.

    Jill Armentrout

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