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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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Cultural society is no great and beneficent club of inherited privilege into which all men are born with free membership and entire equality. Rather is it an exalted and ever-advancing guild of earth workers, admitting to its ranks only the... more

About twelve thousand years ago the era of the independent cities was dawning. And these primitive trading and manufacturing centers were always surrounded by zones of agriculture and cattle raising. Traveling traders and roving explorers... more

Despite the miscarriage of the plans for world betterment—the Caligastia betrayal and the default of Adam and Eve—the organic evolution of the human species continued to carry the races forward in the scale of human... more

The enduring state is founded on culture, dominated by ideals, and motivated by service. In the ideal state, education continues throughout life, and philosophy sometime becomes the chief pursuit of its citizens. Urantia is far from the... more

Progress in the arts of civilization leads to the realization of the highest human and divine goals of mortal endeavor—the social achievement of the brotherhood of man and the personal status of God-consciousness, revealed in... more

A moral society should aim to preserve the self-respect of its citizenry and afford every normal individual adequate opportunity for self-realization. In advanced states, political service is esteemed as the highest devotion of the citizenry. That... more

The measure of the advance of society is directly determined by the degree to which public opinion can control personal behavior and state regulation through nonviolent expression. The really civilized government had arrived when public... more

The modern state is the institution which survived in the long struggle for group power, and its superior power produced the moral myth of the absolute obligation of the citizen to live and die for the state. But the state is not of divine... more

When long established, the undefined mores tend to crystallize into precise laws, concrete regulations, and well-defined social conventions. Law is always at first negative and prohibitive; in advancing civilizations it becomes increasingly... more

In the earliest primitive society public opinion operated directly; officers of law were not needed. There was no privacy in primitive life. Society was regulated by the group having an interest in, and some control over, the behavior of each... more

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