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The Urantia Book, first published by Urantia Foundation in 1955, presents us with the origin, history, and destiny of humanity. It answers questions about God, life in the inhabited universe, the history and future of this world, and it includes an uplifting narrative of the life and teachings of Jesus.
The Urantia Book portrays our relationship with God the Father. All human beings are the sons and daughters of a loving God and therefore brothers and sisters in the family of God. The book provides new spiritual truth for modern men and women and a pathway to a personal relationship with God.
Building on the world's religious heritage, The Urantia Book describes an endless destiny for humankind, teaching that living faith is the key to personal spiritual progress and eternal survival. It also describes God’s plan for the progressive evolution of individuals, human society, and the universe as a whole.
Many people around the world have said that reading The Urantia Book has profoundly inspired them to reach deeper levels of spiritual growth. It has given them new meaning to life and the desire to be of service to humanity.
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THE FORUM STUDY GROUP meets in the Gallery Room at the United Church of Rogers Park (UCRP) http://www.ucrogerspark.org (http://www.ucrogerspark.org/) , located at the corner of Ashland Ave. (1600W (https://maps.google.com/?q=Ashland+Ave.+(1600W&entry=gmail&source=g)) and Morse Ave. (6934N) in Chicago. Enter the UCRP building through the door at 1545 W. Morse Ave (https://maps.google.com/?q=1545+W.+Morse+Ave&entry=gmail&source=g). If door is not open, ring the bell. Look for the signs directing you to the Gallery Room on the second floor. After entering, immediately turn left and proceed up one flight of stairs. At the top of the stairs, go through the doorway to the left, the Gallery Room is then to the right. There is also an elevator available which stops directly facing the Gallery Room.