Upcoming Live Streamed (Last) Seminar from FACIM on 1/24/18… Must register online by Sunday, Jan.21st!
(for more info call 951-296-6261, ext. 30, Mon.-Thurs., business hrs.)
The Foundation will be presenting live streamed seminars and conferences, conducted by Dr. Jeffrey Seibert and Dr. Rosemarie LoSasso…
In addition to watching the classes live (or in the event you are unable to watch the classes live), you will have access to the recorded videos for approximately two weeks following each event.
Faculty: Dr. Rosemarie LoSasso and Dr. Jeffrey Seibert
Time: Full Day: 10:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Fee: $40.00 Full-Day
Love Does Not Condemn: The World, the Flesh and the Devil According to Platonism, Christianity, Gnosticism, and A Course in Miracles
Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.
The body was not made by love. Yet love does not condemn it and can use it lovingly, respecting what the Son of God has made and using it to save him from illusions. (Text, Chapter 18)
By declaring the phenomenal universe to be the work of the illusory ego, though not inherently evil or sinful, the Course gently resolves the great Platonic paradox of living in an imperfect, visible, and material world, yet knowing of a spiritual world whose Source is perfect and good. (From the Preface)
This book is an in-depth exploration of the non-dualistic metaphysics of A Course in Miracles, and its integration with living in this fundamentally illusory world. It discusses how the Course resolves the God-world paradox that has existed in the Western world since the time of Plato—namely, how an imperfect material universe could result from a perfect immaterial Creator. Thus, the context of this exploration is the Platonic and Gnostic themes that have run through Western intellectual and religious history, and the similarities and contrasts between these and the Course.
Love Does Not Condemn is in three parts: the first part introduces the Gnostics, Platonists, and the Church-Gnostic conflict of the first two centuries A.D.; the second discusses a seven-stage myth, as understood by Platonism, Christianity, Gnosticism, and A Course in Miracles; the third compares and contrasts the four approaches in light of the God-world paradox, and concludes with a discussion of the errors common to the Gnostics and many students of the Course. The appendix includes the complete text of the important Gnostic document “The Gospel of Truth,” glossary of terms, table of dates, bibliography, subject and name index, and an index of Course references.
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New Audio Release
The Foundation is happy to announce the publication of a previously unreleased audio title by Gloria and Dr. Kenneth Wapnick. This four CD set recorded in 1999 is entitled A Course in Miracles: A New Vision, and is also available as an MP3 Download.