The Marine-Life Era on Urantia

Audio File   The history of Urantia is reckoned as beginning about one billion years ago and extending through five major eras: The prelife era extends over the initial four hundred and fifty million years, from about the time our planet attained its present size to the time of life establishment. Students here have designated … Continue reading The Marine-Life Era on Urantia

The Great Land-Emergence Stage

Audio File    THE VEGETATIVE LAND-LIFE PERIOD        THE AGE OF FISHES   For long periods, the sea has been comparatively victorious in the agelong struggle between land and water, but times of land victory are just ahead. And the continental drifts have not proceeded so far but that, at times, practically all of … Continue reading The Great Land-Emergence Stage

The First Continental Flood Stage — The Invertebrate Animal Age

Audio File   Accompanied by little or no volcanic action, the periodic phenomena of land elevation and land sinking characteristic of these times were all gradual and nonspectacular. Throughout all of these successive land elevations and depressions the Asiatic mother continent did not fully share the history of the other land bodies. It experienced many … Continue reading The First Continental Flood Stage — The Invertebrate Animal Age

The Melchizedek Missionaries

Audio File         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, these teachers journeyed farther and farther from Salem, carrying with them Machiventa's gospel of belief and faith … Continue reading The Melchizedek Missionaries

The Early Ice Age

Audio File   By the close of the preceding period the lands of the northeastern part of North America and of northern Europe were highly elevated on an extensive scale, in North America vast areas rising up to 30,000 feet and more. Mild climates had formerly prevailed over these northern regions, and the arctic waters … Continue reading The Early Ice Age