Bio—Carolyn Kendall was introduced to the Urantia Papers by her father, Clarence Bowman, in 1951, and has been an avid student since. She spends her spare time researching special subjects in The Urantia Book. She attends study groups of the First Society in the Chicago area, including one she hosts. When a new reader asks … read more of The Rehabilitation of Urantia.
The story begins on October 1, 1922, Chicago’s traditional moving day. The weather was seventy degrees and fair. After 25 years of moving from one apartment to another, a middle-aged physician couple and their teenage son finally settled into a permanent house at 533 Diversey Parkway. The new house would also serve as their office. … read more of A History of the Contact Commission and Forum.
The revelators predicted that the book would be ready to serve an era “…at the conclusion of the present ideological struggle,” “when men would be willing to seek for truth and righteousness,”….and “…when the chaos of the present confusion has passed” Chicago Of all the states and cities in the world, why did the revelators … read more of The Urantia Book – The Early Years.
Following is an Open Letter to the Urantia Community that was written by a team of co-authors who state: “The students of The Urantia Book, whose names appear below, believe that this revelation is best served by following Michael’s Plan, to the best of our ability to understand it.” Open Letter to the Urantia Community Following … read more of Michael’s Plan.