Jump to Navigation

The Explorer Race Series (Book 09): Explorer Race and Jesus

The Explorer Race Series (Book 09): Explorer Race and Jesus
Shapiro, Robert

The immortal personality who lived the life we know as Jesus, along with his students and friends, describes with clarity and love his life and teaching on Earth 2,000 years ago.

These beings lovingly offer their experiences of the events that happened then and of Jesus' time-traveling adventures, especially to other planets and to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, which he called the time of the machines—the time of troubles.

So heartwarming and interesting you won't want to put it down.

6 x 9
Book Series: 
The Explorer Race Series
Average: 4.5 (11 votes)


It is possible to obtain a


It is possible to obtain a great deal of insightful perspective into the force underlying Jesus and its lightheartedly profound service to humanity. See: www.talktoterrell.com/cases-in-the-news

I read this book in college


I read this book in college for a class on literature-to-film adaptations, and I was surprised to find both the book and film pretty close in quality. It's funny 'cause it's such a confusing book mapquest and yet all the sequences of events and dialogue and narration are pretty much just transferred straight to the screenplay and it carries with it the weirdness without making the movie completely inaccessible.

Much valuable perspective


Greg Smyth's review caused serious reconsideration upon whether to buy this book. Finally decided to risk it and am so glad i did. Much valuable perspective is able to be gained about the entity behind Jesus and its playfully serious service to humanity. The ethnographic information on inner and outer cultural conditions surrounding Jesus's life and mission is fascinating. And so are the too brief glimpses into extraterrestrial consciousness culture given by some of Jesus's many students now living other lives elsewhere. Sure, i could quibble and naturally do wish some other questions had been asked. Yet overall, there is much within this book worth one's awareness and being processed into personal understanding. If you've enjoyed learning from other volumes in this series, you will probably enjoy this one as well. Highly recommended.