Jesus Christ – Savior of the Universe with Author Phill Wright

Oct 06
Jesus Christ Savior of the Universe webinar Phill Wright

Through Jesus Christ, Heavenly Father Created worlds without number.  He gave each world the Plan of Salvation, and Jehovah became the Savior and Redeemer of ALL mankind in every world He created.

From Sunday, October 23rd, please enjoy this webinar with out of this world author Phill Wright, presenting on “Jesus Christ – Savior of the Universe.” Why is Phill uniquely qualified to present on this subject? Read his bio below. :)

BIO of Phillip C. Wright

On December 10th of this year, Phill will be married to his sweetheart Shaun McKinney Wright for forty years. They are the parents of seven children and 14 grandchildren. He is active in his Church, where he serves as a Stake Patriarch.

Phill was Born in California and raised mostly in Georgia. Moving over twenty times growing up allowed him to meet many interesting people and have many unique experiences throughout the country.

He is a marketing consultant and the author of several books. Phill has also worked in television and radio as a writer, director, producer, and on-camera talent.

In 2012 he wrote his first novel, Not Without Mercy, The Black Death, the story of a family that survived the Black Plague of 1348 in Bristol, England. Two years later, he released book two in the series, The Passage Home.

In 2018 while doing research for another book, his notes became the source for his book, Man Against Messiah, The Sanhedrin Plot Against Jesus. This non-fiction book reveals the actual men who conspired to condemn and crucify the Savior.

In March of this year, to a crowd of nearly a thousand at the Layton Christian Academy for his book launch party, he released his newest book, RETURN FROM RYSA, co-authored by his friend Richard Nelson. Two other friends and accomplished authors spoke at the event, NY Times Best-Selling Author Brandon Mull of the Fablehaven series and Michael Rush, LDS author of A Remnant Shall Return, that discussed the Ezra’s Eagle prophecy. Brandon and Michael provided great insight and help during the writing process of Return From Rysa.

Phill’s life experience has allowed him to speak to large groups of people around the country on politics, religion, the paranormal, and future events.

Return From Rysa, became an instant best-seller, shooting to number one in its category on Amazon. The book was written as a Religious-Fantasy-Fiction that teaches the Plan of Salvation from a benevolent alien race perspective. He wrote the book to reach out to the many millennials who are leaving the Church and to help unite Christians and Ancient alien believers to discover that God created worlds without number, and he placed his children on all those worlds. This Earth is where the Son of God was born, brought the Gospel, was crucified, and resurrected for ALL of God’s children on worlds without number.

His favorite quote: “Never give up what you want most for what you want at the moment.”





About the Author

Oak Norton - Just trying to share a love of the scriptures with others.

  • Chris Wright says:

    Hey Oak working my way slowly through your videos and podcasts and came across this one with Phill Wright.

    Thoroughly enjoyed it and it never ceases to amaze me how things fall in line and come in order when you are focused and researching something.

    Though I have been a student of deep doctrine for some 20 years now, and have a rock solid testimony of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ I have struggled with the idea of our Saviour being the Saviour of other worlds as well as we are taught that He is the first fruits of the resurrection yet other worlds have come and gone (passed through the resurrection) so how could this be. One of my recent thoughts was that time was not linear to Heavenly Father, and so though we are here in the here and now living our lives and waiting for the Saviours return, perhaps to other worlds what is happening to us now was 150 million years ago in their past and then out of the blue Phill mentions something similar.

    I had already had similar thoughts also regarding the fact that the natural man is an enemy to God and therefore could still be evil but not as evil as on this planet.

    Still wondering though about the fall and how it would take place in the garden of Eden without Satan beguiling Eve, and as an aside, Satan does say he is only doing that which has been done on other worlds.

    I guess what also bothers me is that Joseph Smith said that after the final judgment more of God’s children will go to the Telestial Kingdom than any other so it seems coming here will be the eternal undoing of billions of God’s children which seems unfair to me.

    Well they are some my thoughts but thoroughly enjoyed the podcast.

    Thank you as always Chris W.

    • Oak Norton says:

      Thanks for commenting Chris. I’ll just point out that the Telestial kingdom isn’t an “undoing,” but a kingdom of glory. Of course the Father wants all his children to return to his presence, but he, and we, knew that wouldn’t happen in the beginning and planned for the happiness of all his children except those that inherit hell in outer darkness and reject all attempts at happiness. Here’s an interesting statement, though it seems to be some oral passing because there is no record of Joseph saying this.
      “The Lord has told us of three degrees of glory. There are three ‘heavens,’ as it is often referred to. We call them the telestial, terrestrial, and the celestial. I cannot for a minute conceive the telestial being hell, either, because it is considered a heaven, a glory. The Prophet Joseph Smith told us that if we could get one little glimpse into the telestial glory even, the glory is so great that we would be tempted to commit suicide to get there” (Eldred G. Smith, BYU Speeches, March 10, 1964, p. 4).

  • Christopher Wright says:

    Thanks again Oak for your courteous and prompt reply. In my previous post to you regarding this earth being some spirit children’s undoing and ending up going to the Telestial Kingdom; whereas I understand it is a kingdom of glory, it occurs to me that if they had gone to another world where there was not the influence of Satan, maybe they would have made it to the Telestial Kingdom or maybe even got into one of the lower levels of the Celestial Kingdom.

    With the obvious additional dangers present on this earth, “the prison planet” as Michael B. Rush calls it, why would anybody choose to come here?

    Again this is the different places my mind goes.

    • Oak Norton says:

      I don’t know what life on another world entails, but I think a few things are important to consider.
      1) Only by experiencing tremendous opposition can people be refined to be Celestial material (IE. you have to experience hell to rise above it)
      2) God doesn’t punish his children. He only wants what is best for them and their advancement. This world is special and we knew it.
      3) Our agency rules everything pertaining to God. We chose to come here. Nobody was forced to come. We all knew the difficulties we would endure.
      4) Judgment will be fair. Nobody will question it because it will be written in our souls. We will know what kind of being we are and where we belong.

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