The Urantia Book Fellowship


What The Urantia Book Says About Its
Origin and Purpose

Compiled by David Kantor


[0:0.2] The revelators acknowledge the requirement placed on their activities of making use of the symbolism of the English language in giving expressing to the substance of the revelation.

[0:12.10] Initial acknowledgement by the authors of The Urantia Book of the revelator's reliance upon human sources of expression.

[0:12.12] Editors acknowledge the role of spiritual forces in effective communication of spiritual values and universe meanings.

[77:8.13] Credit is given to the Midwayers for initiating the action which resulted in the appearance of The Urantia Book.

[119:8.9] Comment on the material presented in the discussion of the seven bestowals of Christ Michael

[121:0.1] A Midwayer's comment about Part IV of The Urantia Book

[ 121:8.12] Midwayer acknowledgment of human sources used in the construction of the story of Jesus

Note that the Midwayers say of the four Gospels, "And these records, imperfect as they are, have been sufficient to change the course of the history of Urantia for almost two thousand years." [121:8.11]

[77:8.8] About "contact personalities"

[110:5.7] "The Adjuster of the human being through whom this communication is being made . . ."

[101:4.1] The Limitations of Revelation

[101:5.1] Religion Expanded by Revelation


[0:0.2] ". . . our endeavor to expand cosmic consciousness and enhance spiritual perception . . "

[196:1.2] ". . . What a transcendent service if, through this revelation, . . ."

[195:10.6] "The call to the adventure of building a new and transformed human society . . ."

[195:10.16] "The great hope of Urantia . . ."

[99:1.3] "The paramount mission of religion as a social influence is . . ."

[2:7.10] "The religious challenge of this age is . . ."

[195:9.4] "Religion does need new leaders, men and women who will dare . . ."

[196:1.3] ". . . Of all human knowledge, that which is of greatest value is . . ."

[99:2.6] "True religion carries over from one age to another the worth-while culture . . ."

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