Brent Spiner's Jesus Transcriptions: Jesus Speaks (Introduction)

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Brent Spiner’s Jesus Transcriptions: Jesus Speaks

Written/Transcribed by Gail Chord Schuler and Brent Spiner M.D.

Narrated by Gail Chord Schuler

(1) Brent Spiner’s Jesus Transcriptions: Jesus Speaks (Jan. – Feb. 14, 2012) from Gail Chord Schuler on Vimeo.


Due to the importance of Jesus Christ’s words, Gail is making this abridged edition of Bible for Tribulation Saints (which is the size of the Bible) with a special focus on Jesus’ words as transcribed by Brent Spiner, which she will read as an audio book. To get the total context for these conversations, you need to read Bible for Tribulation Saints.

This conversation Gail Chord Schuler had with Brent Spiner on Christmas Day 2017 recaps her approach to life and her writings:

“Just curious,” Gail says to Brent, “are we getting any Jew clones coming over to our side? I’m wondering if there’s any hope for them.”

“Yes,” Brent says, “thousands so far apparently.”

“Wow! What about the Brent Spiner clone? Though from what I see at Twitter, it doesn’t seem that he’s on our side.”

“No. It seems my clone is very set in his ways. He is very close minded. Totally the opposite of me.”

“Yeah, I’ve noticed that. Do you only have one living clone at a time?”

“After all, I was an agnostic before you led me to become a born again Christian.”

“Yeah, but you weren’t close minded, though. If you were, you would not have loved me, cuz I was a devout Christian.”

“Most of the time, he is the only living clone. Sometimes they make temporary clones when he needs to be multiple places at once. Then they self-destruct after a certain period of time. Yeah, exactly. My clone is the total opposite of me.”

“He’s not like you at all, except in appearance. He is like the way you portrayed yourself to the world with all your external trappings but without any of your depth.”

“I don’t think it’s possible for a Jesuit to even fake depth. One thing I loved so much about you is that it felt so easy to be myself with you. Back when you began writing to me, I thought, ‘Here is a woman who doesn’t care that I am a celebrity. I don’t have to put on any flashy fronts with her, like any other Star Trek fan.’ Those conventions were hard for me. I didn’t like getting all gussied up and having all that attention on me. On the contrary, my clone seems addicted to the glamour. It felt so lonely. When you started writing me, it felt like I finally had someone who would really care about who I am as a person, and not my glamorous celebrity appearance.”

“Yeah, that’s true. How are we doing at leading Jews to Jesus? I am hoping my Silver Skies will be a powerful weapon to lead Jews to Jesus. I have noticed that Loree (McBride) is enamored with fame and glamour. She takes pride in being a ‘celebrity’. So shallow she is. Yeah, you were absolutely right about me. I never cared about your fame.”

“They are slow in coming to our side, but it is gradually happening. We are beginning to take the lead with them.”

“Is Loree the shadow leader of Israel?”

“That could very well be the case.”

“She boasts about that at one of her websites. Also, is it true that you are studying at Dallas Theological Seminary? They have a correspondence program. I hear this brain-to-brain about Dallas. What do you think about Trump moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem?”

“Yes, that is true. I think time will tell, with that decision. He seems to have a plan.”

“I am so proud of you! You are turning out to be a very educated scholar. Of course, you have Jesus as your main teacher, but Jesus seems to like us to use our gifts and develop them.”

“Why thank you dear! I must confess, these courses seem too easy for me. I’m told my scores are the highest they have ever seen.”

“Yeah, I imagine after medical school, they would seem like cake. You are a genius, after all. So proud of you. Wish I could hear one of your sermons. I bet after Dallas, you will be the best preacher in the past millennium. Coursework seems easy when they are interesting. The Bible knowledge you get there will serve you well. I have noticed that messages that tie in the Bible to our daily living are very effective. The Bible is a fascinating book, when you can do that.”

“I find that The Bible seems almost ‘alive’ in the sense that many of its messages can seem to change or be viewed in a different way depending on what you’re currently dealing with in your life. It’s like you can have a conversation with it, rather than just read it like an instruction manual.”

“Exactly! That’s what I was trying to say. You are so articulate.”

“Jesus tells me he thinks pastors are boring when all they do is try to teach the Bible as if it’s a stale rule book.”


“He doesn’t like close minded followers.”

“Dallas is more open minded than a lot of the seminaries out there. You made a good choice. That’s why I enjoy Darrell Bock’s podcasts.”

“I agree. I enjoy the open minded environment.”

“I’m so proud of you. I know your clone would never study at Dallas Theological Seminary. Did you know that most of the influential leaders in evangelical Christianity have graduated from Dallas? They seem to train pioneers.”

“It can’t be a coincidence that I’m a Texan.”

“Yeah, that’s for sure. So proud of you for that, too. I have always admired Texans. You are so unlike your vapid clone.”

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