In this podcast we cover a few general topics and perspectives concerning race, new discoveries about the Native Americans, and also a discussion about ‘Jesus and the Jab,’ and take on the vaccine dilemma from the Urantia Book. Follow us on Twitter @UrantiaRadio Also online at UrantiaRadio.net — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/james-watkins/supportRead More
Series: Urantia Radio Podcast
A podcast about the many different fascinating topics contained in the Urantia Book.
The Urantia Book describes how mind evolution took place over time, and in the culmination of the appearance of truly intelligent man 998,000 years ago we witness the appearance of Andon and Fonta, the first two true human beings. From Paper 62, section 6 for those who want to read along — Support this podcast:…Read More
This is a brief read of Paper 5 on God and the Individual for those who want to know where the Urantia Book stands on the issue. These papers pertaining to the nature of God it perhaps some of the best writings ever produced about God – and it reveals the premise and purpose of…Read More
Years ago I interviewed Dr. Philip Calabrese who wrote an essay on the Science in the Urantia Book, the Coming Validation. It goes through about 64 points to show the UB was ahead of science on a great many issues. In this interview we discuss them. Music intro Road to Ganymede by David R Dinger…Read More
In this episode first we get an updated from the Urantia Foundation president regarding growth of the book, then we delve into Paper 14 on Havona, a universe of 1 billion perfect worlds. If you want to know what heaven might look like, this episode will give you a glimpse. Pretty fascinating trip. — Support…Read More
On the subject of periodic visitations of spiritual orders of beings, this episode covers Paper 74 and what happened on that day when Adam and Eve came to our world, and what it might teach us about future visitations of divine beings. How prepared should we be? — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/james-watkins/supportRead More