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Fillmore Study Bible: New Testament
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A Vision of Christianity 100 Years From Now

Fillmore Study Bible: New Testament Dashboard Sunday, April 11, 2021. Hi Friends – We are closer than ever to having a Fillmore Study Bible ready by the end of 2021. In the past few weeks Mary Salama, my collaborator, has added Matthew 3-9 and I have added Acts 1-5. I want to highlight the "New Testament Dashboard", shown here and on the home page.

When you click on one of the chapters your browser will open to the online version of the Fillmore Study Bible. If the chapter is underlined and highlighted in yellow, then you will see that Fillmore annotations have been added to the text. At the top of each chapter is a link to the ASV (American Standard Version) page on TruthUnity. The ASV page is important for two reasons: it has hyperlinks to the Metaphysical Bible Dictionary and it has hyperlinks to Unity Bible commentaries and other resources for that particular Bible chapter.

But there is something more important. Click on any chapter and then scroll to the top of the book. There you will see links to down load a PDF for offline reading and a PDF for booklet printing.

Have you ever been in a Christian bookstore and noticed aisles filled with Bible Study books and pamphlets? Have you ever wanted to be part of a group that studies a particular book of scripture from the perspective of metaphysical Christianity? We now have the ability to easily publish the same sort of books and pamphlets for our own. Our intention is for these several booklets to be augmented with more comprehensive commentary and discussion items for group bible study.

I ask everyone who visits TruthUnity to pause for a moment on the homepage, focus on the Dashboard, and envision people all over the world having online, offline and printed resources with contemporary global English text and annotations and commentary from Charles Fillmore and his students.

Metaphysical Christianity is at present a small, underestimated movement, similar in many ways to the early Christian community that is portrayed in Acts 1-5. But it just may be that we are poised to “receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon us.” It just may be that 100 years from now our small movement will lead a third great era of Christian history—the Metaphysical Christian era—and that we will be “a witness in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the uttermost parts of the earth” to the Christ within each and every human being.

Thank You!

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Mark Hicks
Sunday, April 11, 2021