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Urantia Paper 2—The Nature of God—Pt 6: §7. Divine Truth and Beauty

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This week we conclude our study of Urantia Paper 2 - The Nature of God. We will read and discuss § 7: Divine Truth and Beauty.

So far, in our study of Paper 2. The Nature of God, we have covered the following sections: 1.The Infinity of God, 2.The Father's Eternal Perfection, 3.Justice and Righteousness, 4.The Divine Mercy, 5. The Love of God, and 6. The Goodness of God. We've learned that the best way to understand God is by knowing the life and teachings of Jesus. We have learned much about God's nature, love, mercy, and now goodness. This week we'll go even deeper to discover God's Goodness.

Consider the following:

(42.2) 2:7.1 All finite knowledge and creature understanding are relative. Information and intelligence, gleaned from even high sources, is only relatively complete, locally accurate, and personally true.

42.3) 2:7.2 ...truth is a living and flexible factor in the philosophy of the universe. ...that which apparently may be wholly true in one place may be only relatively true in another segment of creation.

(42.4) 2:7.3 Divine truth, final truth, is uniform and universal, but the story of things spiritual, as it is told by numerous individuals hailing from various spheres, may sometimes vary in details owing to this relativity in the completeness of knowledge and in the repleteness of personal experience as well as in the length and extent of that experience. 

If ever there was "good news" that restores faith in God, The Urantia Book provides it abundantly.

We hope you can join us this week to discover God's true and loving nature in The Urantia Book!


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