Are we attempting to assimilate a new revelation using old paradigms of thinking, just as did the apostles?
In popular religion today, personal religious experience is often understood as the cultivation of particular states of consciousness and the construction of an idealized self. How does this relate to the Urantia Book’s vision of a quest for cosmic citizenship in a personal universe?
This 15 minute video covers the basics of personal religion, cosmic citizenship, the nature of the soul, and how we prepare for eternal life.
Trailer for the film, Re-Imagining Jesus. Follow a revolutionary Jesus teaching about a spiritual kingdom amidst the social, political, and religious turbulence of his time. From the Negev desert to Galilee and Mount Hermon, through ruins of ancient synagogues in Israel, excavated Greek cities in Jordan, and Phoenician cities of Lebanon, this historical drama culminates in an inspiring view of the human hero of the Christian story.
A Reader's Theater production of a story from The Urantia Book -- the story of Ruth, the youngest sibling of Jesus. Performed by a group of readers from Harvard Divinity School, backed up by an orchestra and choir made up of volunteers who work in the music and theater worlds, this charming performance provides humor, inspiration, a delightful twist on the Jesus story, and some great musical moments.
This is a recording of the performance at the 2014 summer conference of The Urantia Book Fellowship at the University of Massachusetts.
A short Tour of the Universe as depicted in The Urantia Book:
This film has been made for presentation at a UB conference being held in July 2010. During the conference people are showing entries in different formats, web based, flash and Video I am one of the judges of the competition so I thought I would add something myself for people to watch outside of the competition. I hope you like it.
Music is Claire de Lune part of the Suite bergamasque by Claude Debussy.