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 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: Pagans and the Evolution of Religion

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2020 9:39 am +0000 

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The evolution of religion is in many ways dependent upon the progress of science and knowledge of physics and natural laws of cause and effect which reduces the influences of superstition over time as we slowly glimpse reality as the duality of existence that it truly is...not all material or super...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2020 10:53 am +0000 

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It is because scientists do not understand linear gravity that they cannot understand the process of a dying star (normal star to supernova to white dwarf to neutron star to gamma ray burst explosion out of existence). In my view, a star does not contain an amount of energy that runs out. It is bein...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Wed May 20, 2020 11:20 pm +0000 

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PS: graybear13, with regard to " gravity ", have you thought through the very different causes of the two very different types of gravity the UB reveals? Thanks for the provocation! Nigel Hi Nigel, I don't mean to be provocative. I respect your work and I think the video's are well done a...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Fri May 15, 2020 11:49 am +0000 

Replies: 18
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118:3.2 Things are time conditioned, but truth is timeless. The more truth you know, the more truth you are, the more of the past you can understand and of the future you can comprehend. Gravity is the attraction or pull that an electronic system or mass has on the puissant emergent energy (PEE) fie...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: The Pandemic Chronicles

 Post subject: Re: The Pandemic Chronicles
Posted: Mon May 11, 2020 2:35 pm +0000 

Replies: 8
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Thanks, Agon! TLhall's post represents the sleepwalkers, the truly unenlightened people caught in a nightmare. We must blame someone! Which bogeyman scares you the most? We don't have time for this anymore. What thoughts and actions do we have that expresses hope, charity, and love? We need to pay ...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Tue Jan 28, 2020 9:19 am +0000 

Replies: 18
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MY "one free miracle" is when I look at the 2013 map of the background radiation taken by the ESA's Plank spacecraft I see waves of puissant emergent energy slowing down and bursting into atomic ignition. The 90% of energy that I cannot actually see is the singularity of infinite energy. I...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 8:52 am +0000 

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After there is an understanding of how creation works, it is not a very large leap or brain rewire to see that the gravitational force that we feel is a push, not a pull, on the atoms of our body. Puissant emergent energy is pulled into the planet to feed all of it's atomic activity and we are simpl...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 11:34 am +0000 

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I think the best small step might only come when believers again reclaim the method and fearlessly and logically pursue evolutionary creationism. This is the small leap of faith I am talking about. To rewire our thinking to move away from the illogical faith in big bang and adopt a logical approach...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:47 am +0000 

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Thanks for the links Nigel, although I didn't see the videos. While I read about CNB I was impressed by their push to make neutrinos fit into their faith in big bang. Congratulations to science for discovering neutrinos, but their is a logical explanation for their existence. Instead of creation beg...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 10:04 am +0000 

Replies: 18
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I think our most urgent experiment should be the creation of mesotron. Really? I should rather hope you think the creation of a partnership with a fragment of God is more urgent. Really? If this has not happened for you yet, then I think, on a personal level, you should get that done. Maybe you thi...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 9:31 am +0000 

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Scientists aren't in the business of faith leaping, big or small, when it comes to knowledge of material things... Well that's simply not true. :mrgreen: Around a hundred years ago science took the leap of faith to believe in the primeval atom mathematics coming out of the Catholic Church. The chur...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: Re: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Tue Aug 27, 2019 8:56 am +0000 

Replies: 18
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Thank you Thank you Agon and Riktare. I understand that science was on the verge of understanding how creation actually works a hundred years ago. With help from the Urantia Book, at that time, it could have been realized but for the influence of the Catholic Church with it's primeval atom mathemati...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: ~ Jesus' Birthday Wishes & Wants ~

Posted: Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:10 am +0000 

Replies: 3
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Hi rick, thanks for your question. :D So, to answer your question: "At the very top of my list of wishes for the people of Urantia is that they quickly learn how to control Urantia's gravity, because I fear that without this economic boost humankind might commit suicide. You were given the key ...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: A Small Leap of Faith

 Post subject: A Small Leap of Faith
Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2019 9:17 am +0000 

Replies: 18
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How can scientists take the big leap of faith to believe in God but cannot take the small leap of faith to believe that the ultimaton is the actual building block of the known universe. All of the atomic energy that we can see and measure is electronically organized untimatinic energy. We were given...

 Forum: General Urantia Book Discussion   Topic: Evangelism & The Urantia Book

Posted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 9:44 am +0000 

Replies: 116
Views: 20527


I am not an evangelical type of person, but I do try in my own way to advance the teachings of Jesus. The best way for me to do that is to point out that the Urantia book gives us the solution to our energy needs going forward. A paradigm shift in physics is imminent and I think some people sense it...
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