Urantia: The Great Cult Mystery

Urantia The Great Cult Mystery Gardner s skill insight reveal how modern cults arise the extent to which believers develop a mind set that becomes impossible to alter regardless of how strong the evidence is against those beliefs I

  • Title: Urantia: The Great Cult Mystery
  • Author: Martin Gardner
  • ISBN: 9780879759551
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gardner s skill insight reveal how modern cults arise the extent to which believers develop a mind set that becomes impossible to alter regardless of how strong the evidence is against those beliefs In addition to discussing the beliefs of the Urantia cult, he reveals major developments that threaten to split the movement addresses the extent to which 7thGardner s skill insight reveal how modern cults arise the extent to which believers develop a mind set that becomes impossible to alter regardless of how strong the evidence is against those beliefs In addition to discussing the beliefs of the Urantia cult, he reveals major developments that threaten to split the movement addresses the extent to which 7th Day Adventist beliefs have penetrated the Urantia movement.The Urantia book Dr William SadlerDr John Kellogg Ellen White s plagiarisms The Living temple Wilfred Custer KelloggThe revelation begins Harold Sherman Harry Loose OAHSPE Science in the Urantia book, part 1Science in the Urantia book, part 2Adventist influence on the Urantia book Sadler Sister White Did Sadler contribute to the papers Part 1Did Sadler contribute to the papers Part 2Plagiarisms in the Urantia book Bitter schisms Joe Pope the new teachers The Great rebellionAppendicesName Index

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    1. Ugh. I have read other works by this author, and find him a trustworthy historian. My issues with this book are not about what he has to say, but about how he structures the book for readability (or lack thereof). The first few chapters are great. I grew up in the Seventh Day Adventist church community, and am familiar with Ellen White's writings, as well as the Adventist teachings, and I read the Urantia Book while acting out in middle school (yes, I read the whole thing). I thought back then t [...]

    2. The Catholic Church in Fairfax, CA has a nice little resale shop just south of it in a mini-mall on Sir Francis Drake. Looking for books to present to the various friends I would be visiting in the Bay Area, I found this oddity--along with another book actually published by the Urantians. I'd heard of them, certainly, but hadn't given this small, Chicago-based cult much thought previously and wouldn't have looked twice at it were it not for its authorship, Martin Gardner having been the long-tim [...]

    3. I read the Spanish versión of this book:Gardner, Martin [1995]: Urantia. ¿Revelación divina o negocio editorial? [Urantia: the great cult mystery]. Traducción de Pilar Tutor. Tikal Ediciones (Col. “Eleusis”). Gerona. xv + 348 páginas. ISBN 9788430584123.If you liked or are interested in the Urantia Book or looking for the sources of the J.J. Benitez saga "Caballo de Troya", then _this_ book is a must read choice. It debunks the origins, content and purposes of the Urantia Book in a marv [...]

    4. If you want an interesting history of where the Urantia Book came from, Kellogg and The Seventh Day Adventist Church, this is the book.

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