The Urantia Book (Part 3): The History of Urantia [Earth]

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By Mo on 16-08-10

Evolution way beyond Darwin

Part 3 of The Urantia Book totally changed my perception of history. I’d heard its teaching of evolution would help me understand the thinking of men like Darwin, Leaky, Gould, and Chardin. Little did I suspect it would help me understand God, Adam and Eve, the Lucifer Rebellion, and the million year story of people on this world. I started reading Part 3 hoping to reconcile science and religion. When I finished I had a clear sense of how God divinely guides the scientific and evolutionary process.

You’ll hear the history of our solar system and life on earth since its origin more than four and one-half billion years ago. The teachings trace human existence from the birth of the first two human beings nearly 993,500 years ago up to the times of Jesus. It describes the rise and fall of lost civilizations, the bleak years of the Lucifer Rebellion, and the detailed story of Adam and Eve (not the first two people on earth). You’ll learn diverse information from the extinction of dinosaurs to the life of Abraham and Confucius.

Beyond plotting our physical evolution this section describes the development of civilization, industry, government, religion, and family life. It brings God up close and personal with its description of the “Thought Adjuster”, that part of God that lives within us. All in all, I loved Part 3 and highly recommend it for those looking for new answers.

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By Amazon Customer on 26-07-18

Incredibly mind altering.

You'll never think of the world we live in the same way! These insights open your mind into a limitless realm of creative awareness that will transform the way you look at life and the creator. Well worth the investment of time and energy to assimilate the information in this series of books.

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By Jaybird on 14-03-16

Overwhelmingly good.

So much information. ... it was overwhelming good, but in a good way.

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