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 New Continental Land Stage

Audio File THE AGE OF EARLY MAMMALS   50,000,000 years ago, the land areas of the world were very generally above water or only slightly submerged. The formations and deposits of this period are both land and marine, but chiefly land. For a considerable time, the land gradually rose but was simultaneously washed down to the … Continue reading The New Continental Land Stage

The Cretaceous Stage — The Flowering-Plant Period

Audio File   THE AGE OF BIRDS   The great Cretaceous period derives its name from the predominance of the prolific chalk-making foraminifers in the seas. The period brings Urantia to near the end of the long reptilian dominance and witnesses the appearance of flowering plants and bird life on land. These are also the times … Continue reading The Cretaceous Stage — The Flowering-Plant Period