Nebadon is the name of our local universe, containing millions of
inhabited planets. Urantia is the name of our planet. Michael
of Nebadon (Jesus) is the Creator Son. The Urantia Book, as the fifth revelation of epochal significance
for our world, describes the nature of God, the structure of the universe, the hierarchy of angels,
life after death, life on other planets, mankind's origin and destiny, evolution, the history of our planet,
and the life and teachings of Jesus.
The Urantia Book is ideally suited to the long-term educational process of presenting an integrated picture of planetary and universe history and cosmology appropriate to our era of evolutionary development. It has an appreciation of all of the religions of the world and will be a powerful inspiration toward world-wide ecumenical fellowship and worship.**
You have to read it to believe it. The following links will help you get started in this
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[Jesus said:] "I admonish you ever to remember that your
mission among men is to proclaim the gospel of the kingdom--the
reality of the fatherhood of God and the truth of the sonship of man.
Proclaim the whole truth of the good news, not just a part of the
saving gospel. Your message is not changed by my resurrection
experience. Sonship with God, by faith, is still the saving truth of
the gospel of the kingdom. You are to go forth preaching the love of
God and the service of man. That which the world needs most to know
is: Men are the sons of God, and through faith they can actually
realize, and daily experience, this ennobling truth."
The Urantia Book, page 2052
"Jesus swept away all of the ceremonials of sacrifice and
atonement. He destroyed the basis of all this fictitious guilt and
sense of isolation in the universe by declaring that man is a child
of God; the creature-Creator relationship was placed on a
child-parent basis. God becomes a loving Father to his mortal sons
"God the Father deals with man
his child on the basis, not of actual virtue or worthiness, but in
recognition of the child's motivation--the creature purpose and
intent. The relationship is one of parent-child association and is
actuated by divine love."