The Urantia Book

Fifth Epochal Fellowship, 2003 - 2128 pages
"There is in the mind of God a plan which embraces every creature of all his vast domains, and this plan is an eternal purpose of boundless opportunity, unlimited progress, and endless life. And the infinite treasures of such a matchless career are yours for the striving!" (The Urantia Book, p. 312) The Urantia Book presents comprehensive answers to age-old questions about the nature and personality of God, the life and teachings of Jesus, the relationship between science and religion, spiritual living, and much more. It describes a near infinite universe containing millions of inhabited worlds similar to Urantia (the universe name of our planet earth), each lovingly fostered by a vast host of celestial personalities. The Urantia Book reveals God as our loving Parent, one who cherishes each of us with an affection that surpasses human understanding. God's spirit indwells us, inspiring us with intelligent faith as we face the manifold problems of earthly existence. After this life, we continue our spiritual ascent until, in the far-distant future, our perfected souls find God in person on Paradise. Is the Urantia Book a revelation? Almost nothing is known about how The Urantia Book came to be written. What can be said is that it presents a philosophy of spiritual living that integrates and unifies all aspects of human existence to a degree far exceeding anything previously available. Thousands upon thousands of individuals have concluded that its qualities of thought and expression are beyond the power of human invention. Decide for yourself whether The Urantia Book is a genuine revelation, as it claims, or merely an inspired work of fiction. Whatever you conclude, this account of the history of the universe, the evolution of humankind, and God's plan for our eternal careers is likely to transform your life and your understanding of the world around you.

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