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Each Tuesday, a broadcast focused on science, religion, and philosophy, based on the unifying concepts of The Urantia Book. Broadcasts begin 9:00 PM ET(worldtimezone.com for local start time). Co-hosted by Dr. Chris Halvorson, James Woodward, Kermit Anderson, and Brad Garner. Artwork compliments of www.rassouli.com.

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Genuine religious experience far transcends the philosophic objectification of idealistic desire; it actually takes salvation for granted and concerns itself only with learning and doing the will of the Father in Paradise. The earmarks of such a religion are: faith in a supreme Deity, hope of eternal survival, and love, especially of one's fellows. [NOTE: Archive page of symmetryofsoul.org includes referenced 'Sections' previously studied in The Urantia Book. Broadcast begins each Tuesday at 9:00 PM Eastern Time (02:00 GMT). Check worldtimezone.com for local time.] Our study this week begins at Paper 103, Section 9.
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In the mortal state, nothing can be absolutely proved; both science and religion are predicated on assumptions. Science starts out by assuming the reality of three things: matter, motion, and life. Likewise, religion starts out with the assumption... more

Logic can never succeed in harmonizing the findings of science and the insights of religion unless both the scientific and the religious aspects of a personality are truth dominated, sincerely desirous of following the truth wherever it may lead... more

The highest attainable philosophy of mortal man must be logically based on the reason of science, the faith of religion, and the truth insight afforded by revelation. Science must always be grounded in reason; religion is forever dependent on... more

Neither science nor religion, standing alone, can hope to gain an adequate understanding of universal truths and relationships without the guidance of human philosophy and the illumination of divine revelation. Revelation authoritatively... more

Man, in his spiritual domain, does have a free will. Mortal man is neither a helpless slave of the inflexible sovereignty of an all-powerful God nor the victim of the hopeless fatality of a mechanistic cosmic determinism. Man is most truly... more

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 relationship is one of parent-child association and is actuated by divine love. Jesus swept away all of... more

The characteristic difference between a social occasion and a religious gathering is that in contrast with the secular the religious is pervaded by the atmosphere of communion. In this way human association generates a feeling of fellowship with... more

The evolutionary soil in the mind of man, in which the seed of revealed religion germinates, is the moral nature that so early gives origin to a social consciousness. When a moral being chooses to be unselfish when confronted by... more

The religious tendencies of the human races are innate; they are universally manifested and have an apparently natural origin. The unity of religious experience among a social or racial group derives from the identical nature of... more

Of God, the most inescapable of all presences, the most real of all facts, the most living of all truths, the most loving of all friends, and the most divine of all values, we have the right to be the most certain of all universe experiences. [NOTE:... more

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