The Gospel as Living Revelation
The whole of the New Testament, especially the four gospels, is a powerful source of revelation and inspiration for life. However, modern minds are often
unable to access this source of life. The gospels require of modern minds a different way of reading, listening, and hearing.
Hearing the gospel readings in The Act of Consecration of Man—often in new, imaginative translations—sets in motion the change of consciousness that opens the mind to the inner world of the gospels. New ways of working with the gospels in study groups and courses build on this awakening and support it with growing understanding.
The nine decades since the founding of The Christian Community have seen the growth of a rich treasure of literature on the gospels and religious life. These writings open a path to a deeper understanding of the true human being revealed in the gospels, and show how the gospels can be cultivated as instruments for personal growth and inner development.
The New Testament, a rendering by Jon Madsen, Floris Books
Caesars and Apostles, Emil Bock, Floris Books
The Childhood of Jesus, Emil Bock, Floris Books
The Three Years, Emil Bock, Floris Books
St. Paul, Emil Bock, Floris Books