Urantia Book history, records can be found here.
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Urantia Book History
The Urantia Book Historical Society
We cherish the teachings of the Urantia Book, and share its vision of unity among all people of faith.
Our mission is to promote and foster an awareness and appreciation of the Urantia Book through its heritage, origins, background, development, and general history.
Our hope is that this revelation, delivered to humanity, and its history will remain an inspiration for generations to come.
This library makes available to the public--the history of The Urantia Book Movement. The scope of the UBHS collection on-line digital library includes records of individual expressions about the teachings in the Urantia Book and organizations whose sole purpose is the study and dissemination of the teachings..
The home of the largest physical repository is the "American Religions Special Collection" at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB), Davidson Library. The “American Religions Collection” contains over 30,000 books and 2,000 magazines, journals, and newspapers in its serial collection. It is the largest collection of its kind in the world. The Special Collections Reading Room makes accessible to the public and scholars, valuable, rare, and unique materials which are non-circulating. The archive is available for research during posted hours. Learn more »
- Sarah Izzabell Sadler MD
Seventh Day Adventist doctor/physician, Seattle Sanitarium, 2nd generation Adventist Continue Reading »
- Translations of the Urantia Book
- James T Case MD
Radiologist, Forum member, secretary to John Harvey Kellogg, Adventist doctor/physician professor of medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago IL.
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- John Harvey Kellogg MD
Surgeon, Director, Battle Creek Sanitarium, Founder of the Chicago Adventist Medical and Benevolent Society.
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