My Urantia Book Journey

Revelations self-validate

These are the topics we have posted so far on my Urantia Book journey:

The four Evangelists give us a fair narrative of Jesus’ life. But the Urantia Book provides precious life details and critical explanations of the Master’s behavior. One may doubt the revelation, but the coherence and completeness of the chronicle speak about its authenticity. CLICK!

Man is too extraordinary not to be eternal. The richness of Creation cannot be a waste. The unending life quest that the Urantia Book describes may be unproofed, but its mere possibility is a reason for rejoicing. CLICK!

A religion without intermediaries. The Urantia Book explains why we have the right to it. It doesn’t disqualify the formal religions on Earth, recognizing their roles in bringing men closer to God. But plainly suggests the corrections in the religionists’ strategies to achieve that goal. CLICK!

Prayer works. It does. Even if the prayers aren’t answered, just the act of praying gives relief. At least in my case, they are often answered without noticing, and we become aware once the consequent events occur. This is just one part of the Urantia Book about answering prayers. CLICK!

The exact birth date of Jesus is irrelevant to me. His actual existence is the main issue. I always thought of Jesus as a mythical man or prophet but never as the actual son of God. The Urantia Book opened that possibility to me. We may not be as lucky as Saint Paul to see him face to face, but reading the Urantia Book eases the transition from possibility to certainty. CLICK!

Integrity is the opposite of lunacy. Several times during his public life, Jesus claimed to be the Son of God. Such a disruptive assertion under the assumption that he was just a prophet may make us think he was either a lunatic or a self-important person. But, are lunacy or superiority consistent with his life? In fact, it was just the opposite. Then, the only other possibility is that he spoke the truth. Is Jesus the son of God? Read the Urantia Book!

Morontia Mota is the philosophy of the Cosmos. One could think our moral code is universal, but Is it profound enough? Is it subtle enough?
Take a look at these 28 moral statements, which roughly correspond to Mota principles. Aren’t they amazingly correct? CLICK!

Does rude mean bad? It is easy to confuse rudeness with evil when we are not trained to enlarge the picture. The real motives are often unseen, and, when known they may even reverse the picture. CLICK!