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Thread: One Liners from the Urantia Book (OK sometimes two-liners)

  1. #521  
    "Faith most willingly carries reason along as far as reason can go and then goes on with wisdom to the full philosophic limit; and then it dares to launch out upon the limitless and never-ending universe journey in the sole company of TRUTH."

    103:9.7 (1141.5)



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  2. #522  
    "To enjoy privilege without abuse, to have liberty without license, to possess power and steadfastly refuse to use it for self-aggrandizement----- these are the marks of high civilization."

    48:7.8 (556.8)



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  3. #523  
    "The religion of the spirit leaves you forever free to follow the truth wherever the leadings of the spirit may take you."

    155:6.5 (1731.3)



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  4. #524  
    "As man shakes off the shackles of fear, as he bridges continents and oceans with his machines, generations and centuries with his records, he must substitute for each transcended restraint a new and voluntarily assumed restraint in accordance with the moral dictates of expanding human wisdom."

    118:8.10 (1302.7)


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  5. #525  
    "[Religions] can never hope to attain a uniformity of creeds, dogmas, and rituals----- these are intellectual; but they can, and some day will, realize a unity in true worship of the Father of all, for this is spiritual, and it is forever true, in the spirit all men are equal."


    92:7.4 (1012.5)



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  6. #526  
    "The feeling of religious assurance is more than an emotional feeling. The assurance of religion transcends the reason of the mind, even the logic of philosophy."

    101:0.3 (1104.3)



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  7. #527  
    "This magnificent and universal injunction to strive for the attainment of the perfection of divinity is the first duty, and should be the highest ambition, of all the struggling creature creation of the God of perfection."

    1:0.4 (21.1)



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  8. #528  
    "Modern man is perplexed by the thought of talking things over with God in a purely personal way. Many have abandoned regular praying; they only pray when under unusual pressure----- in emergencies. Man should be unafraid to talk to God."

    91:8.8 (1001.12)



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  9. #529  
    "Divine righteousness is not dominated by strict retributive justice; God as a father transcends God as a judge."

    2:6.6 (41.4)



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  10. #530  
    "Is-faith — the supreme assertion of human thought — desirable? Then must the mind of man find itself in that troublesome predicament where it ever knows less than it can believe."

    3:5.9 (51.8)



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