First Draft of Book on Urantia Done

May 25, 2011 at 5:20 PM 2 comments

I’m pleased to say that the first draft of my next book, Why Should We Believe Them is complete.  Now for the rewrites and then off to the editor!

After studying these books especially The Urantia Book and A Course in Miracles, it is absolutely fascinating what people will believe when it allegedly comes from an “ascended master,” or “alien”!

Here is the updated cover:

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2 Comments

  • 1. edsaves77  |  September 9, 2011 at 7:48 PM

    I can’t compare The Urantia Book with Scientology. What faith in God is there in Scientology. I admit I know little about that
    I’ve heard WONDERFUL things about A Course in Miracles though I admit I have seen no miracles myself. Love is the miracles said one spiritual master from India.
    Why should we believe? Why should we believe anything? Why the Bible? Should we only believe in science? There used to science projects in elementary school. They were big things. I hated them. I also didn’t memorize the table of elements in the 4th grade which really impaired me in chemistry later in school.
    Good luck with your book, but I’m not buying it.
    The Urantia Book teaches that God is not a God of Wrath, hateful and avenging. It says Christ did not die for our sins, that God does not desire the sacrifice of his son. He loves his son, why should he want him to die, an opinion I first heard in Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahamsa Yogananda.
    UB tries to present scientific theses for Christ’s miracles. It says something about a time lapse. It says that Jesus’ birth was natural and not a miracle of the Holy Spirit’s. It says that Jesus did not walk on water and that Jesus did not rise in physical body but appeared to the Apostles in what it calls his Morontia form. In this sense it is very different from the Bible and I believe it is much more believable than it.
    You mentioned the church of the Ascended Masters. UB is different from this religion in that it does not offer a view that reincarnation is true. It is not so much like the Bible in that sense as it is of Western Civilization.

    • 2. modres  |  September 9, 2011 at 7:59 PM

      That’s fine if you don’t want to buy the nook. You need to realize that you are merely choosing to believe in something that you LIKE because it makes you feel good, not because it’s based in anything that offers you something of eternal value. If you’re happy with your decision, I assume that is the reason you prefer to look no further.


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