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Biblical Distortions in The Urantia Book


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« Reply #75 on: May 07, 2008, 09:44:47 pm »

I found this timeline thing interesting relating to the word  Iran .

The recording of the Urantia Book as I understand finished in1934 ...right!

Here are references to the word Iran in the Urantia Book.

         http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=iran         

and here is word search on Persia.

         http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=Persia   

and the keyword Persian

 http://www.urantia.org/cgi-bin/webglimpse/webglimpse/usr/local/www/data/papers?query=persia&submit=Submit       

and here is the Date when the name Iran was adopted  one year later  after the recording of the Urantia Book.

         
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The country has always been known to its own people as Iran (land of the Aryans),  although for centuries it was referred to as Persia  (Pars or Fars, a province in southern Iran) by the Europeans, mainly due to the writings of Greek historians.  In 1935 the Government specified that it should be called Iran; however, in 1949 they allowed both names to be used.

      http://www.artarena.force9.co.uk/history.html
       
Dont you find it curious that after the urantia book was recorded the Nation of Persian one year later officialy called themselves Iran.

I find that an interesting demonstration also the Urantia book uses both words Persian and Iran.

and look at this interesting Iranian proverb in relation to the journey to the ancient places.

   
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"History is a mirror of the past
(A Persian Proverb) [/size]
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