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the Urantia Book: Legitimate Religion or Satan-inspired Cult?

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« on: March 11, 2008, 04:50:18 am »

No worries Calvin

Thanks for you concern, I appreciate it.

I responded in the other post as a proposal to you and your church.

By going out there to the proposed city that is described in the Urantia Book and verifying it would prove the Urantia Book as a reliable source.

The proof would be in the discovery.

If I am proved wrong then I would have to review myself not a problem.  However, I would have to be proven wrong in my hypothesis regarding the locations.

Even if I was wrong I dont think the Father would condemn me because I was sincere, truthful, I shared everything of my discoveries with my friends no matter whether they liked me or not.  I was honest in my feelings and really desired to do the will of the Father and wanted to do a good job.  I trusted his guidance within me as I went through the books in focalisation to 1stEden.

Why would the Father condemn me even if was wrong.

In the second, you seem to hold nothing but disdain in your heart for the Bible, the one true book of the Almighty.

On the contrary, I love the Bible, I'm just so surprised what people say about it.  But for me I use more Bible scripture in my posts than anyone else including yourself.  Allot of them from the Bible but also from the other books as they form a oneness in the focalisation to the ancient cities.

I love the Bible more anything because I understand it very well and can see the oneness in the words.

And I look wider and deeper.

Like in this journey, its all here.

Fragments from the Odes of Solomon.

8 Like my nature He became that I might learn Him and like my form, that I might not turn back from Him:
9 The Father of knowledge is the word of knowledge:
10 He who created wisdom is wiser than His works:

11 And He who created me when yet I was not knew what I should do when I came into being:

13 Because He it is that is incorrupt,  the fulness of the ages and the of them.
14 He hath given Him to be seen of them that are His, in order that they may recognize Him that made them:

and this about the method and delivery and how it happens.

15 For knowledge He hath appointed as its way, hath widened it and extended it; and brought to all perfection;
16 And set over it the traces of His light, and I walked therein from the beginning even to the end.
17 For by Him it was wrought, and He was resting in the Son, and for its salvation He will take hold of everything.

I mean to say the above is a complete reflection of this journey.

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