June 26–July 2, 2017
Set 4 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 6–7 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:
The Early Childhood of Jesus
Jesus early became a master of Hebrew, and as a young man, when no visitor of prominence happened to be sojourning in Nazareth, he would often be asked to read the Hebrew scriptures to the faithful assembled in the synagogue at the regular Sabbath services.
These synagogue schools, of course, had no textbooks. In teaching, the chazan would utter a statement while the pupils would in unison repeat it after him. When having access to the written books of the law, the student learned his lesson by reading aloud and by constant repetition.
Excerpt from Paper 123: section 5, paragraphs 3-5