Old Testament Paintings at Gemäldegalerie, Berlin


   P.830 - §4 And now, after their formal installation, Adam and Eve became painfully aware of their planetary isolation. Silent were the familiar broadcasts, and absent were all the circuits of extraplanetary communication. Their Jerusem fellows had gone to worlds running along smoothly with a well-established Planetary Prince and an experienced staff ready to receive them and competent to co-operate with them during their early experience on such worlds. But on Urantia rebellion had changed everything. Here the Planetary Prince was very much present, and though shorn of most of his power to work evil, he was still able to make the task of Adam and Eve difficult and to some extent hazardous. It was a serious and disillusioned Son and Daughter of Jerusem who walked that night through the Garden under the shining of the full moon, discussing plans for the next day.
 Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
  Adam and Eve
 
 
  Abraham and Lot
 
 
 
  Jacob an Esau
 
 
  Elijah and Elisha
 
 
 
 
  Solomon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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