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Symmetry of Soul

Symmetry of Soul

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Each Tuesday, a broadcast focused on science, religion, and philosophy, based on the unifying concepts of The Urantia Book. Broadcasts begin 9:00 PM ET(worldtimezone.com for local start time). Co-hosted by Dr. Chris Halvorson, Andrea Barnes, Brad Garner, Dave Tucker, and Justin Armstrong. Artwork compliments of www.rassouli.com.

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True philosophy grows out of the wisdom which does its best to correlate quantitative and qualitative observations. When both science and religion become less dogmatic and more tolerant of criticism, then will philosophy begin... more

To a Greek contractor and builder Jesus said: ?My friend, as you build the material structures of men, grow a spiritual character in the similitude of the divine spirit within your soul. Ever remember, there is a city whose foundations are... more

Said Jesus: "My brother, always remember that man has no rightful authority over woman unless the woman has willingly and voluntarily given him such authority. The loving care and consideration which a man is willing to bestow upon... more

Mankind can appropriately be divided into many classes in accordance with differing qualifications, as they may be viewed physically, mentally, socially, vocationally, or morally, but as these different classes of mortals appear before... more

Said Jesus to the Indian: ?Your Buddha was much better than your Buddhism. Buddha was a great man, even a prophet, but his experience was tragic. He tried to live and teach as a messenger of God, but without God. He knew God... more

A rich man asked Jesus what he would do with wealth if he had it. Jesus answered: "I would bestow material wealth for the enhancement of material life, even as I would minister knowledge, wisdom, and spiritual service for the... more

Always the message of Jesus was: the fact of the heavenly Father's love and the truth of his mercy, coupled with the good news that man is a faith-son of this same God of love. Invariably would he tell distressed mortals about the love of... more

Truth cannot be defined with words, only by living. Truth is always more than knowledge. Knowledge originates in science; wisdom, in true philosophy; truth, in the religious experience of spiritual living. Knowledge deals with facts;... more

Goodness is living, relative, always progressing, invariably a personal experience, and everlastingly correlated with the discernment of truth and beauty. But until you attain Paradise levels, goodness will always be more of a quest than a... more

Jesus learned much about men while in Rome, but the most valuable experiences of his six months' sojourn in that city were his contacts with, and influences upon, the religious leaders of the empire's capital. He enhanced their discernment of... more

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