Rev. Myron Jones, O.M.C.

3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 4

October 14, 2017

3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 4

4 Each teaching-learning situation is maximal in the sense that each person involved will learn the most that he can from the other person at that time. In this sense, Continue reading

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3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 3

October 14, 2017

3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 3

3 It is difficult to understand that levels of teaching the universal course is a concept as meaningless in reality as is time. The illusion of one permits the illusion Continue reading

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3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 2

October 6, 2017

3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 2

2 The simplest level of teaching appears to be quite superficial. It consists of what seem to be very casual encounters; a “chance” meeting of two apparent strangers in an Continue reading

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3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 1

October 4, 2017

3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 1

1 The teachers of God have no set teaching level. Each teaching-learning situation involves a different relationship at the beginning, although the ultimate goal is always the same; to make Continue reading

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2. WHO ARE THEIR PUPILS? P 5

October 2, 2017

2. WHO ARE THEIR PUPILS? P 5

5 When pupil and teacher come together, a teaching-learning situation begins. For the teacher is not really the one who does the teaching. God’s Teacher speaks to any two who join together for Continue reading

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2. WHO ARE THEIR PUPILS?, P 3

September 26, 2017

2. WHO ARE THEIR PUPILS?, P 3

3. The world of time is the world of illusion. What happened long ago seems to be happening now. Choices made long since appear to be open; yet to be made. What has Continue reading

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2. WHO ARE THEIR PUPILS?, P 2

September 26, 2017

2. WHO ARE THEIR PUPILS?, P 2

2. In order to understand the teaching-learning plan of salvation, it is necessary to grasp the concept of time that the course sets forth. Atonement corrects illusions, not truth. Therefore, it corrects what Continue reading

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