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Re: I'm out of here.


Golfegg, you say are Urantian. What logic do you use to accept Urantian beliefs that there are other worlds and that humans are destined to EVOLVE into spirit beings based on:

"During the 1920's and 1930's, a Chicago psychiatrist, Dr. W.S. Sadler (1875-1969) became very interested in an unusual case. Sadler had been asked to examine a patient after the patient's wife noticed he was talking in his sleep, and seemed to be speaking for various super-mortal personalities, called revelators. The name of the patient has been kept secret and the exact manner of communication is not clear. However, Dr. Sadler insisted that this process did not involve spiritualism, channeling, or automatic writing. The contact personality was entirely unconscious (asleep) during the transmission, and had little or no interest in the process when awake. From these sessions emerged The Urantia Book. The material that eventually became the Urantia Book was received during the years 1934-35."

How is a 1920's mental patient more credible on evolution than the many many modern scientists releasing scientific studies done with genes/dna, new fossil discoveries... How can you accept that humans evolve into spirit beings because some psychiatrist heard his patient mumbling it in his sleep, but you can't accept the vast seperate evolutionary conclusions of chemistry, biology, paleontology, etc...? What was it exactly that made you agree with Urantians?



 

 
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