Urantia: The Great Cult Mystery

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Prometheus Books, Aug 1, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 468 pages
Published in 1955 under the direction of psychiatrist William Sadler, The Urantia Book is the largest and most sophisticated work of New Age literature ever produced. This massive tome of more than two thousand pages is believed by devotees to be a revelation to our world, which is allegedly called "Urantia" in the language of the unseen higher beings credited with inspiring the book. Unlike other channeled "bibles," The Urantia Book contains a vast amount of modern science as well as an extensive biography of Jesus Christ, filled with details not found in the Gospels.

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Picking up a book by an interesting author on an interesting subject would lead one to expect the book would not be tedious. In the case of this work, one would be wrong. Over long, and larded with ... Read full review

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The relative intelligence used in Gardner's book is an insult to the Urantia book in which is sit in judgement of. Gardner's book is like a child's view of an adults views. If you want to know about the Urantia book then read it, don't leave it up to someone else to form your opinion for you.

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A 01 01 v
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Dr William Sadler
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Ellen Whites Plagiarisms
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Martin Gardner is the author of more than seventy books, including Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science, The Annotated Alice, The Annotated Hunting of the Snark, and The Colossal Book of Mathematics. He lives in Norman, Oklahoma.

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