"A Feast of Uncertainty" represents, is, an unprecedented look at Jesus' life, lifework, teachings, and ministry as presented in the book mentioned in the introductory material to this film, The Urantia Book, which contains a statement to the effect that those who become successful in their long mortal and post-mortal quest for God shall learn to "feast upon uncertainty," that is, to thrive in making courageous and progressive decisions in the presence of incomplete or partial information regarding all the ramifications of such necessary choosing. The story of Jesus' life presented in this superbly intriguing film proceeds to unfold an account of how Jesus made bold, brave, and even death-defying decisions in the pursuit of his life's work and divine mission. Filmed on location in modern Israel, this documentary-style film covers the full life of Jesus, alternating between information regarding conditions and artifacts from Jesus' time with contemporary vistas, showing the present-day circumstances prevailing in the locations where Jesus' eventful life unfolded. "A Feast of Uncertainty" is also a record of one man's exploratory journey through modern-day Israel and what he found there as he walked in the footsteps of the Master. Because of the admissions of the narrative accompanying the visuals of the film, stating that the locations filmed are at best approximations of where actual events in Jesus' life took place, the title seems to reflect the filmer's courage and tenacity in his attempt to determine accurate locations for events whose locale is historically uncertain, indefinite, or unclear. "A Feast of Uncertainty" should not be missed: It is not only a gripping personal adventure record, but a bold new presentation of newly acquired information regarding the mission and ministry, the life, of the Son of Man and the Son of God. I recommend it supremely for anyone interested in the lifework of the most influential personality to grace our planet to date.