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 A Creator Son did not incarnate in the likeness of mortal flesh and bestow himself upon the humanity of Urantia to reconcile an angry God but rather to win all mankind to the recognition of [More]
Having grown out of the earlier religious forms of worship of the family gods into the tribal reverence for Mars, the god of war, it was natural that the later religion of the Latins was [More]
The Melchizedek teachings entered Europe along many routes, but chiefly they came by way of Egypt and were embodied in Occidental philosophy after being thoroughly Hellenized and later Christianized.  The ideals of the Western world [More]
Moses was an extraordinary combination of military leader, social organizer, and religious teacher.  He was the most important individual world teacher and leader between the times of Machiventa and Jesus.  Moses attempted to introduce many [More]
The evolution and elevation of the Mosaic teaching has influenced almost one half of the world, and still does even in the twenty-first century.  While Moses comprehended the more advanced Egyptian religious philosophy, the Bedouin [More]
The beginning of the evolution of the Hebraic concepts and ideals of a Supreme Creator dates from the departure of the Semites from Egypt under that great leader, teacher, and organizer, Moses.  His mother was [More]
The early Semites regarded everything as being indwelt by a spirit.  There were spirits of the animal and vegetable worlds; annual spirits, the lord of progeny; spirits of fire, water, and air; a veritable pantheon [More]
In conceiving of Deity, man first includes all gods, then subordinates all foreign gods to his tribal deity, and finally excludes all but the one God of final and supreme value.  The Jews synthesized all [More]
The Melchizedek teachings of the one God became established in the Arabian desert at a comparatively recent date.  As in Greece, so in Arabia the Salem missionaries failed because of their misunderstanding of Machiventa’s instructions [More]
From Palestine some of the Melchizedek missionaries passed on through Mesopotamia and to the great Iranian plateau.  For more than five hundred years the Salem teachers made headway in Iran, and the whole nation was [More]
The original Melchizedek teachings really took their deepest root in Egypt, from where they subsequently spread to Europe.  The evolutionary religion of the Nile valley was periodically augmented by the arrival of superior strains of [More]
As India gave rise to many of the religions and philosophies of eastern Asia, so the Levant was the homeland of the faiths of the Occidental world.  The Salem missionaries spread out all over southwestern [More]
In the days of Melchizedek, India was a cosmopolitan country which had recently come under the political and religious dominance of the Aryan-Andite invaders from the north and west.  At this time only the northern [More]
      It was shortly after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah that Machiventa decided to end his emergency bestowal on Urantia.  Melchizedek’s decision to terminate his sojourn in the flesh was influenced by numerous conditions, [More]
      Melchizedek continued for some years to instruct his students and to train the Salem missionaries, who penetrated to all the surrounding tribes, especially to Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Asia Minor.  And as the decades passed, [More]
      Abraham envisaged the conquest of all Canaan.  His determination was only weakened by the fact that Melchizedek would not sanction the undertaking.  But Abraham had about decided  to embark upon the enterprise when the [More]
     Although it may be an error to speak of “chosen people,” it is not a mistake to refer to Abraham as a chosen individual.  Melchizedek did lay upon Abraham the responsibility of keeping alive [More]
     With the passing of a decade, Melchizedek organized his schools at Salem, patterning them on the olden system which had been developed by the early Sethite priests.  Even the idea of a tithing system, [More]