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The Titles of the Papers




Contents of The URANTIA Book

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  II. God
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The Seven Absolutes
Reality
Concept of the I AM



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Paradise

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PART I. THE CENTRAL AND SUPERUNIVERSES

Sponsored by a Uversa Corps of Superuniverse Personalities
acting by authority of the Orvonton
Ancients of Days

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The inevitabilities
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The benediction
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Providence
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Omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience
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Bestowals of the Eternal Son
Bestowals of the Original Michael
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Creative Daughters
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Functional family of the Third Source and Center
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Finite, absonite, and absolute attitude
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Justice, evidence, and judgment
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Limits of mortal destiny

Artist representation of Paradise as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of Paradise as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of Paradise as described in The Urantia Book

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Unpervaded space
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Midspace zones
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Force, energy, power
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Artist representation of the Universe of Universes, the Master Universe, as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of the Universe of Universes, the Master Universe, as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of the Universe of Universes, the Master Universe, as described in The Urantia Book

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(1) Divinington
(2) Sonarington
(3) Spiritington
(4) Vicegerington
(5) Solitarington
(6) Seraphington
(7) Ascendington
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Executive abodes of the Master Spirits

Artist representation of the Central and Divine Universe as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of the Central and Divine Universe as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of the Central and Divine Universe as described in The Urantia Book

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Paradise-Havona day
The dark gravity bodies
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Havona natives
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Monotony and adventure
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Artist representation of the Seven Superuniverses swinging around the Central Universe of Havona as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of the Seven Superuniverses swinging around the Central Universe of Havona as described in The Urantia Book
Artist representation of the Seven Superuniverses swinging around the Central Universe of Havona as described in The Urantia Book

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Superuniverse time
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Local universe circuits
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Causation, duty, and worship
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Creature-trinitized Sons
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Stationary Sons of the Trinity
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Trinitized Sons of Attainment
Trinitized Sons of Selection
Trinitized Sons of Perfection
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Ascender-trinitized Sons
Paradise-Havona-trinitized Sons
Trinitized sons of destiny
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Seraphic and other space velocities
Trinitized sons of destiny
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Grandfanda, the first ascender
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Ministering Spirits of the Central Universe
Ministering Spirits of the Superuniverses
Ministering Spirits of the Local Universes
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(1) The Harmony Supervisors
(2) The Chief Recorders
(3) The Broadcasters
(4) The Messengers
(5) The Intelligence Co-ordinators
(6) The Transport Personalities
(7) The Reserve Corps
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Ascenders' arrival in Havona
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Failure to find Deity
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Assignments of defeated candidates
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Creature-trinitized sons
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Nature of rest
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(1) The Voice of the Conjoint Actor
(2) The Voice of the Seven Master Spirits
(3) The Voice of the Creator Sons
(4) The Voice of the Angelic Hosts
(5) Broadcast Receivers
(6) Transport Personalities
(7) The Reserve Corps
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(1) The Voice of Wisdom
(2) The Soul of Philosophy
(3) The Union of Souls
(4) The Heart of Counsel
(5) The Joy of Existence
(6) The Satisfaction of Service
(7) The Discerner of Spirits
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(1) The Significance of Origins
(2) The Memory of Mercy
(3) The Import of Time
(4)The Solemnity of Trust
(5)The Sanctity of Service
(6)and   ...(7) The Secret of Greatness and the Soul of Goodness
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(1) Supreme Center Supervisors
(2) Havona Centers
(3) Superuniverse Centers
(4) Local Universe Centers
(5) Constellation Centers
(6) System Centers
(7) Unclassified Centers
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(1) Associate Power Directors
(2) Mechanical Controllers
(3) Energy Transformers
(4) Energy Transmitters
(5) Primary Associators
(6) Secondary Dissociators
(7) The Frandalanks
The Chronoldeks
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Primary Eventuated Master Force Organizers
Associate Transcendental Master Force Organizers
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   I. Triune-Origin Beings
  II. Dual-Origin Beings
 III. Single-Origin Beings
  IV. Eventuated Transcendental Beings
   V. Fragmented Entities of Deity
  VI. Superpersonal Beings
 VII. Unclassified and Unrevealed Orders
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   I. The Paradise Deities
  II. The Supreme Spirits
 III. The Trinity-Origin Beings
  IV. The Sons of God
   V. Personalities of the Infinite Spirit
  VI. The Universe Power Directors
 VII. The Corps of Permanent Citizenship
Composite Personality Groups
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(1) The Star Students
(2) The Celestial Artisans
(3) The Reversion Directors
(4) Extension-School Instructors
(5) The Various Reserve Corps
(6) The Student Visitors
(7) The Ascending Pilgrims
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(1) Planetary Mortals
(2) Sleeping Survivors
(3) Mansion World Students
(4) Morontia Progressors
(5) Superuniverse Wards
(6) Havona Pilgrims
(7) Paradise Arrivals
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PART II. THE LOCAL UNIVERSE

Sponsored by a Nebadon Corps of Local Universe Personalities
acting by authority of Gabriel of Salvington


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Local universe time
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Dual nature of man
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"This is the way."
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Melchizedek incarnations
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Primary Lanonandeks
Secondary Lanonandeks
Tertiary Lanonandeks
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The midsoniters
Salvington Worlds of the Finaliters
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(1) The spirit of intuition
(2) The spirit of understanding
(3) The spirit of courage
(4) The spirit of knowledge
(5) The spirit of counsel
(6) The spirit of worship
(7) The spirit of wisdom
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Created Evening Stars
Ascendant Evening Stars
The Worlds of the Evening Stars
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The Worlds of the Archangels
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Race commissioners
Nebadon Corps of Perfection
Worlds of the Spirit-fused Mortals
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Nebadon educational system
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Solitary Messengers
Universe Circuit Supervisor-Andovontia
Census Director-Salsatia
Associate Inspector
Assigned Sentinels
Universal Conciliators
Technical Advisers
Celestial Recorders
Morontia Companions
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(1) Susatia
(2) Univitatia
(3) Material Sons
(4) Midway Creatures
Abandonters
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The Spironga
The Spornagia
Courtesy colonies
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(1) Ascension Candidates
(2) Mid-phase Cherubim
(3) Morontia Cherubim
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(1) Primary Midwayers
(2) Secondary Midwayers
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(1) Son-Spirit Ministers
Bestowal attendants
(2) Court Advisers
(3) Universe Orientators
(4) The Teaching Counselors
(5) Directors of Assignment
(6) The Recorders
(7) Unattached Ministers
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(1) The Intelligence Corps
(2) The Voice of Mercy
(3) Spirit Co-ordinators
(4) Assistant Teachers
(5) The Transporters
Seraphic transport techniques
(6) The Recorders
Broadcasters
(7) The Reserves
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(1) Supervising Assistants
(2) Law Forecasters
(3) Social Architects
(4) Ethical Sensitizers
(5) The Transporters
(6) The Recorders
(7) The Reserves
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(1) Administrative Assistants
(2) Justice Guides
(3) Interpreters of Cosmic Citizenship
(4) Quickeners of Morality
(5) The Transporters
(6) The Recorders
(7) The Reserves
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(1) The Voices of the Garden
(2) The Spirits of Brotherhood
(3) The Souls of Peace
(4) The Spirits of Trust
(5) The Transporters
Departure of a seraphic transport
(6) The Recorders
(7) The Reserves
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Mortals of the transient or experiential Adjuster sojourn
Mortals of the non-Adjuster-fusion types
Mortals of Adjuster-fusion potential
The unnumbered series
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Techniques of memory reconstruction
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(1) Space potency
(2) Primordial force
(3) Emergent energies
a. Puissant energy
b. Gravity energy
(4) Universe power
(5) Havona energy
(6) Transcendental energy
(7) Monota
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(1) Preadjutant-spirit minds
(2) Adjutant-spirit minds
(3) Evolving morontia minds
The cosmic mind
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(1) The Finaliter World
(2) The Morontia World
(3) The Angelic World
(4) The Superangel World
(5) The World of the Sons
(6) The World of the Spirit
(7) The World of the Father
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Parental experience
The probation nursery of Satania
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(1) Circles of the Sons of God
(2) Circles of the angels
(3) Circles of the Universe Aids
(4) Circles of the Master Physical Controllers
(5) Circles of the ascending mortals
(6) Circles of the courtesy colonies
(7) Circles of the finaliters
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Requisite parental experience
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Morontia Companions
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Adjuster fusion
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(1) Circuit Regulators
(2) System Co-ordinators
(3) Planetary Custodians
(4) Combined Controllers
(5) Liaison Stabilizers
(6) Selective Assorters
(7) Associate Registrars
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(1) Pilgrim Guardians
(2) Pilgrim Receivers and Free Associators
(3) Hosts to Celestial Visitors
(4) Co-ordinators and Liaison Directors
(5) Interpreters and Translators
(6) Excursion and Reversion Supervisors
(7) Area and Building Custodians
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Celestial humor
Mortal humor
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(1) Seraphic Evangels
Original of Twenty-third Psalm
(2) Racial Interpreters
(3) Mind Planners
(4) Morontia Counselors
Stereoscopic effect of mota
(5)Technicians
(6)Recorder-Teachers
Truth and fact
(7) Ministering Reserves
Success, failure, and ego
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(1) The atmospheric types
(2) The elemental types
(3) The gravity types
(4) The temperature types
(5) The electric types
(6) The energizing types
(7) The unnamed types
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(1) Adjustment to planetary environment
Experimental series inspected by Tabamantia
(2) Brain-type series
(3) Spirit-reception series
(4) Planetary-mortal epochs
(5) Creature-kinship serials
(6) Adjuster-fusion series
(7) Techniques of terrestrial escape
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(1) The dispensational or group order of survival
(2) The individual orders of ascension
(3) The probationary-dependent orders of ascension
(4) The secondary modified orders of ascension
(5) The primary modified order of ascension
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Agondonters
Tabamantia an agondonter
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Twelve reasons
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The seven stages on a planet
Release of midwayers
Adamic departure
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The Unqualified Supervisors of the Supreme
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PART III. THE HISTORY OF URANTIA

These papers were sponsored by a Corps of Local Universe Personalities
acting by authority of Gabriel of Salvington

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Origin of the Sun
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Retrograde motion
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The planet-forming Era
Tidal friction
Gravity-tidal explosions
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The Volcanic Age
The Primitive Planetary Atmosphere
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The Age of Earthquakes
The World Ocean and the First Continent
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The Trilobite Age
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The Invertebrate-Animal Age
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The Coral Period
The Brachiopod Age
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The Vegetative Land-Life Period
The Age of Fishes
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The Fern-Forest Carboniferous Period
The Age of Frogs
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The Seed-Plant Period
The Age of Biologic Tribulation
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The Flowering-Plant Period
The Age of Birds
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The Age of Early Mammals
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The Age of Advanced Mammals
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Age of the Elephant and the Horse
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The Last Great Mammalian Migration
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Origin of the Simian tribes
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(1) The red man
(2) The orange man
(3) The yellow man
(4) The green man
(5) The blue man
(6) The indigo race
Purpose of the six races
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(1) The physical level of electrochemistry
(2) The usual mid-phase of quasi-morontial existence
(3) The advanced semispiritual level
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Mechanical-nonteachable mind
Nonmechanical-experiencing mind
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(1) The council on food and material welfare
(2) The board of animal domestication and utilization
(3) The advisers regarding the conquest of predatory animals
(4) The faculty on dissemination and conservation of knowledge
(5) The commission on industry and trade
(6) The college of revealed religion
(7) The guardians of health and life
(8) The planetary council on art and science
(9) The governors of advanced tribal relations
(10) The supreme court of tribal co-ordination and racial co-operation
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(1) The collection stage
(2) The hunting stage
(3) The pastoral stage
(4) The agricultural stage
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The land-man ratio
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(1) Institutions of self-maintenance
(2) Institutions of self-perpetuation
(3) Institutions of self-gratification
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Modern industrialism versus militarism
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Tabamantia's inspection
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The Sethite priesthood
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Michael's message
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Story of Noah
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Flooding of the Mediterranean
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(1) The taming of fire
(2) The domestication of animals
(3) The enslavement of captives
(4) Private property
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(1) The Caucasoid races
(2) The Mongoloid races
(3) The Negroid races
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Might and right
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(1) Natural circumstances
(2) Capital goods
(3) Scientific knowledge
(4) Human resources
(5) Effectiveness of material resources
(6) Effectiveness of language
(7) Effectiveness of mechanical devices
(8) Character of torchbearers
(9) The racial ideals
(10) Co-ordination of specialists
(11) Place-finding devices
(12) The willingness to co-operate
(13) Effective and wise leadership
(14) Social changes
(15) The prevention of transitional breakdown
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Images and idols
"Sacred Books"
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The continence cult
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Temple harlotry
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Prayer versus magic
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(1) The Dalamatian teachings
(2) The Edenic teachings
(3) The Melchizedek of Salem
(4) Jesus of Nazareth
(5) The Urantia Papers
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Eleven living religions
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The creed
The seven commandments
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The Rig-Veda
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Doctrine of reincarnation
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The gospel of Gautama
The moral commandments
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Materialistic Providence
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Micah and Obadiah
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Ephraim and Judah
Saul and David
Solomon and taxation
Israel and Judah
Destruction of the Kingdom of Israel
End of the Kingdom of Judah
The Babylonian captivity
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The Phrygian cult of Cybele and Attis
The Egyptian cult of Osiris and Isis
The Iranian cult of Mithras
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Twelve illustrations of spiritual faith
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Seven aspects of salvation
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God the Sevenfold
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The Supreme Being
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The Trinity Ultimate
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Ultimate Deity
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The Trinity Absolute
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The cosmos infinite
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(1) The level of three Trinities
(2) The level of experiential Deity
(3) The level of the I AM
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On Urantia
On other worlds
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Tabamantia's tribute
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The Adjuster that indwelt Jesus
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Omnipersonal beings
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The Adjuster's plea to the soul
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A guardian of destiny's statement
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Fourteen aspects of personality
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Most High regencies
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(1) The epochal angels
(2) The progress angels
(3) The religious guardians
(4) The angels of nation life
(5) The angels of the races
(6) The angels of the future
(7) The angels of enlightenment
(8) The angels of health
(9) The home seraphim
(10) The angels of industry
(11) The angels of diversion
(12) The angels of superhuman ministry
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The cosmic mind
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The problem of equilibrium
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Creature-trinitized sons and growth
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Cosmic morality-supreme duty
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Finaliter transcendation
Repercussions of human growth
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Experiential (subjective) time units
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Truth and fact
Space and pattern
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The time governor of progress
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PART IV. THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF JESUS

This group of papers was sponsored by a commission of twelve
Urantia Midwayers acting under the supervision of
a Melchizedek revelatory director.
The basis of this narrative was supplied by a secondary
midwayer who was onetime assigned to the superhuman
watchcare of the Apostle Andrew.

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(1) The Epicurean
(2) The Stoic
(3) The Cynic
(4) The Skeptic
1336
The mystery religions
1338
1339
1341
(1) The Gospel by Mark
(2) The Gospel of Matthew
(3) The Gospel by Luke
(4) The Gospel of John
Acknowledgment
1344
1344
1345
1346
1347
The "house of David"
1348
1349
1350
1351
The legend of the shepherds
The three priests from Ur
The "Star of Bethlehem"
1352
1353
The flight to Egypt
1355
The Sojourn in Egypt
1356
Jesus' fourth year
1357
Child rearing
1359
1361
Material accidents
1362
1364
1366
1366
The picture on the floor
Climate in Galilee
1368
Jacob the stone mason's son
1369
The Scythopolis episode
1371
Personal morality and group loyalty
1373
1374
Mary, Martha, and Lazarus
1377
1378
1379
1381
1381
1382
1383
1386
1387
1388
1389
Origin of "The Lord's Prayer"
The "Son of Man"
Who is the Messiah?
1391
1392
1395
1395
1396
The Zealot episode
1398
With James at the Passover
Visit of Elizabeth and John
Death of Amos
1401
Rearing the children
1402
1403
Passover visit to Jerusalem
1407
1407
Growing awareness of divinity
With Joseph at the Passover
1409
As a smith at Sepphoris
1411
With Simon at the Passover
Jesus meets Stephen
1412
1413
The Alexandrian proposal
1415
With Jude at the Passover
"Uncle Joshua tell us a story."
1416
James' marriage
Miriam's marriage
James head of the family of Joseph
1419
1419
Zebedee of Capernaum
Jesus the boatbuilder
1421
Jesus visits Jerusalem
Meeting Gonod and Ganid
1423
Purpose of the trip to Rome
1424
1427
1428
Discussion of good and evil
1429
The merchant from Mongolia
The Greek worker and the Roman foreman
God's will and man's will
1432
1433
1436
1437
1438
1440
Ezra, the backslidden Jew
1442
1442
1444
1446
1447
1449
1450
1451
1451
1452
1453
1455
Influence on thirty-two religious leaders
1456
1457
1459
1460
To the Roman senator
To the Roman soldier
To the speaker at the forum
To the poor man, falsely accused
1462
1465
1466
The thoughtless pagan
"Let's you and I make a new religion."
1468
India's caste system
1468
1470
The man mistreating his wife
1471
Crispus, chief ruler of the synagogue
Justus, the merchant
The two public women
1474
To the miller
To the Roman centurion
To the Mithraic leader
To the Epicurean teacher
To the Greek contractor
To the Roman judge
To the mistress of the Greek inn
To the Chinese merchant
To the traveler from Britain
To the runaway lad
To the condemned criminal
1476
1477
1479
1480
1481
1483
1483
Return to Nazareth
Marriage of Simon; marriage of Jude
Caravan Trip to the Caspian
1484
1485
1486
1487
1490
1492
Solitary wanderings
1492
End of the Lucifer Rebellion
The sovereignty of Nebadon
1494
Visit with John at Jerusalem
Working in Zebedee's boatshop
1496
1496
1497
1497
1499
1500
1501
1503
1503
Baptism of Jesus
1505
1506
1506
1508
1509
1509
1510
1512
Conference with Gabriel
Completion of universe sovereignty
1514
The Father's way
1516
Personalized Adjuster in command
Insensitivity of Adjuster to time
1517
The path of normal earthly existence
1519
Obedience to natural law
1520
Refusal to compromise with evil
1521
Rejection of David's throne
1523
"I will be subject to the will of my Father."
1524
1524
Andrew and Peter
James and John
1526
1527
1528
1531
1532
1533
1535
1538
1538
1539
1540
Not the righteous but sinners
1541
1542
1542
1543
1545
1546
1547
1548
1548
1550
1552
1553
1556
1558
1559
1561
1563
1564
1565
1568
1568
1569
1570
The "Sermon on the Mount"
1572
1573
Happy are the poor in spirit--the humble . . .
Happy are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness . . .
Happy are the meek . . .
Happy are the pure in heart . .
Happy are they who mourn . . .
Happy are the merciful . . .
Happy are the peacemakers . . .
Happy are they who are persecuted . . .
1576
"I look beyond the act . . . "
Concerning divorcement
Justice and mercy
"They do well-trouble them not."
1578
1579
(1) Doing the Father's Will
(2) Political attitude
(3) Social attitude
(4) Economic attitude
(5) Personal religion
1583
1584
1587
1587
1588
1589
Jesus' personality
Jesus' appearance
1590
Minister to the sick
1591
1592
Teherma the Persian
1593
Teaching about the kingdom
Salvation by faith; liberty through truth
1595
1595
1596
Visit to Annas
1596
1597
Jacob of Crete
1598
Six Hebrew concepts of God
The earlier ten commandments
1600
1601
1601
1603
1605
The camp in Gethsemane Park
1607
1607
"They made light of our message."
"Do you resemble weaklings?"
1609
1610
Three days on Mount Sartaba
1612
1612
1615
In camp on Mount Gerizim
1616
1617
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
Seven prayers from other worlds
1624
1626
1626
". . . tell John that he is not forgotten."
1627
1628
Visit with Ruth
1628
1629
Religion is a personal experience
The young epileptic
Peter's wife's mother
1631
1634
1634
1637
1637
1638
Prayer, thanksgiving, and worship
Justice and mercy
Prayer and personal effort
Ethical prayer
1641
Religion, science, and philosophy
The assurance of truth
The visit at Zebulun
1643
Work in the mines
Healing the leprous man
1644
Titus the nobleman
1645
1646
1647
1647
1648
Separation from John's apostles
1649
1650
Nathaniel's question about the golden rule
1651
Parable of the moneylender
Status and progress
1653
The six spies
"The Sabbath was made for man . . ."
1655
1656
1657
1657
1658
1659
1659
1661
1662
1664
1665
Kirmeth of Bagdad
1666
Baptism of three of the spies
1668
David's intelligence organization
1668
The healing phenomena
1670
Two mistakes of early Christianity
Jesus' fame as a healer
His recognition of the equality of women
Charm of his personality
1672
1673
Comments on anger
Concerning well-balanced characters
1674
1675
1677
1678
1678
1679
1680
Discourse on "Magic and Superstition"
1681
1682
1683
1683
1684
1686
1688
1688
1689
1691
1693
1694
The storm on the lake
1695
1698
Veronica of Caesarea-Philippi
1699
1700
1702
1703
1703
1705
More about the parable of the sower
1706
1707
1707
1709
"I am the bread of life."
1712
1713
The boy possessed by the evil spirit
"How can Satan cast out Satan?"
1715
Desertion of the halfhearted followers
1717
1717
1718
Closing of the synagogues
1719
1719
"What shall we do with Jesus ...?
1720
1721
1723
1725
1725
1726
1727
Truth and creed
Origin of religious traditions
1728
1728
1730
1734
1734
1735
"This world is only a bridge . . ."
1736
1737
1737
Parable of the foolish carpenter
Temptation and human nature
The essentials of material success
Spiritual living and self-respect
Ideals and ideas
Tact, charm, and wisdom
1741
Attitude of the Jewish leaders
1743
Jesus attempts to see his family
1743
"The fish with a shekel in his mouth."
1744
1745
"Who do men say that I am?"
1746
1748
1748
The four stages of Jesus' life
New authoritative pronouncements
1750
1752
1752
1754
1755
1755
James of Safed
1757
"Lord I believe . . . help my unbelief."
1758
1759
1761
1762
1762
"How often shall my brother sin against me?"
Parable of the reckoning with the stewards
Dangers of personal judgment
1764
1765
1767
"What is the truth about the Scriptures?"
1769
". . . carry the pack a second mile."
1771
1772
1772
The three drives of life
Problem solving and worshipful meditation
Prejudice and the recognition of truth
1775
Socializing value of friendship
The great value of marriage
1777
1778
Essentials of temporal life
Factors of material success
The meaning of failure
1780
What is religion?
The idea of God and the ideal of God
The Father is the final value
"But are we willing to pay the price . . . ?"
1783
1783
Nathaniel's five points
1785
Discourse by Nathaniel and Thomas
1787
The midwayers' views
1788
"Master . . . bid fire come down from heaven . . ."
1788
1790
Eber the officer of the Sanhedrin
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1800
1800
The harvest is plenteous but the laborers are few
1801
Riches and the love of wealth
1803
Parable of the laborers in the vineyard
1804
Jesus' instructions
Peter's ordination sermon
1806
1806
1808
1809
1809
1810
1811
1813
1815
1817
1817
1818
1819
"Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees . . ."
". . . the very hairs of your head are numbered"
1821
Parable of the foolish rich man
"Where your treasure is there will your heart be also."
"What shall it profit if you gain the whole world . . ?"
1823
"Consider the lilies, how they grow . . ."
1824
1825
1825
Ceremonial hand washing
1827
1828
The straight and narrow way
Many who are first will be last
"I stand at the door and knock . . ."
1830
1831
The later ministry and death of Abner
1833
1833
Healing the believer
". . . sit not down in the chief seat . . ."
1835
1835
1836
1838
The Pharisee and the publican
Teaching about marriage
1839
Beauty as an influence to worship
1840
1842
"I am the resurrection and the life . . ."
1843
1845
1847
"It is better that one man die . . ."
1848
1849
1850
The Sanhedrin's charges against Jesus
1850
1853
1854
1855
Jesus lived a revelation of God
Elohim and Yahweh
1858
1858
1859
Sin and forgiveness
1861
1862
1864
Social brotherhood and spiritual brotherhood
Another and greater John the Baptist
Christianity and the Jesus gospel
1867
". . . promise me that these my sons shall have honor ."
1868
David Zebedee's later life
Antioch and Philadelphia
1869
1870
Farewell to Abner
1871
Peter and Simon and the ...100 swords
Warning of the friendly Pharisees
1873
1873
1874
1875
Nathaniel's interpretation of the parable
1878
1878
Mary anoints Jesus' feet
Jesus rebukes Judas
1880
1880
1883
The widow's mite
1883
1888
1888
1891
"The baptism of John, whence was it?"
1893
1893
The stone which the builders rejected
1894
"Destroy this temple and . . . I will raise it up."
1897
Individual salutations to the twelve
1898
1899
Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar?
1900
1901
The Deliverer, whose son is he?
1902
". . . except a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies . . . "
. . . if I be lifted up . . . in your lives . . ."
1905
1905
"Generation after generation have we sent our prophets . . . "
". . . he who would be greatest among you . . ."
"Woe upon you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!"
". . . you . . . cleanse the outside of the cup . . ."
"And now I take leave of you."
1909
1909
1910
Judas' final decision
1912
1912
1914
The account in the Matthew Gospel
1916
Parable of the talents
"Carry on until I come."
Comments on the growth of living truth
1918
1920
1920
John Mark and the lunch basket
1921
1923
1924
1927
Beware of the support of the multitude
1929
1929
Learn to be faithful even in prosperity
Tempt not the angels of your supervision . . .
1932
David relieves Judas of the "bag"
Arrangements for the Last Supper
1934
1936
1936
1937
1938
1940
1941
1944
1944
". . . love one another even as I have loved you."
1945
1946
"Let not your hearts be troubled. "
"Master, show us the Father . . ."
1948
1949
Comments on the golden rule
1951
1953
1953
"I give each of you all you will receive."
"Let not your heart be troubled. "
1955
1963
1963
Jesus' enlargement of the revelation of God's name
1966
Dispatching the runner to Abner
David Zebedee's farewell
1968
The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
1971
1971
1972
1973
1975
1977
1978
1978
1980
1982
1984
A new revelation of man to God
1985
1987
1987
1989
The written charges of the Sanhedrist tribunal
1991
1992
1993
1994
The scourging of Jesus
"Behold the man!"
1995
1996
1997
Jesus' family at Bethany
1997
The thirty pieces of silver
1999
"Pilate on trial before Jesus."
"Behold God and man!"
2000
2001
2002
2004
2004
"Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not for me . . ."
Simon from Cyrene
2006
2008
2008
Jesus' charge to John
2010
2011
2012
Joseph and Nicodemus before Pilate
2012
2014
2014
What did Jesus commend to the Father's hands?
Status of the personality of Jesus
2016
2017
2020
2020
2022
2024
Departure of the Personalized Adjuster
2025
The five women
Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene
2027
Second appearance--to Mary Magdalene
2029
2029
2031
Appearance to his brother James
Appearance to his earthly family
2033
2033
2034
2037
Reactions of the individual apostles
2039
2040
2040
Stages of morontia progression
2041
2042
"Blessed are those in the ages to come . . ."
2044
2045
2045
"Lads, have you caught anything?"
2047
2050
2050
2052
The sixteenth appearance (courtyard of Nicodemus)
2053
2054
2055
2055
2057
2057
2059
The new gospel about Jesus
2060
2060
The mission of the Spirit of Truth
Man's threefold spiritual endowment
The seven higher spiritual influences
2062
2066
2069
Reasons for the triumph of Christianity in the Occident
Early Christian compromises
2071
2072
2073
2074
2075
2076
2078
2081
2082
2084
2087
Jesus' living faith in God
"Seek first the kingdom of heaven."
"Why do you call me good?"
What prayer meant to Jesus
Jesus' childlike faith in God
2090
2091
The religion about Jesus
Religion as a personal experience
2093
Fact, Idea, and Relation
Reason, Wisdom, and Faith
Thing, Meaning, and Value
Unless a divine lover lived in man . . .
Morality and Religion
The Father is living love . . .



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