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1. What is the Urantia Book?
2. Is the Urantia Book a New Age book?
3. Who wrote the Urantia Book?
4. Is Urantia a new religion?
5. Is Urantia a cult?
6. Where should I start reading?
7. Who reads the Urantia Book?
8. How many people read the Urantia Book?
9. How many languages has the book been translated into?
10. Do readers have rituals, dogmas or religious practices?
11. What makes the Urantia Book different from other revelations?
12. Is the Urantia Book an "inspired" work?
13. Isn't the Bible enough? Why do we need the Urantia Book?
14. How does the Urantia Book compare to the Bible?
15. Is the Urantia Book a rewriting of the Bible? go
16. The Bible states there can be no other revelation, so how can the Urantia Book be valid?
17. Is the Urantia Book similar to A Course in Miracles?
18. Do I have to give up my church if I embrace the Urantia teachings?
19. Does this book claim to contain all truth for all time?
20. How do I know the book is true?
21. How can I meet other readers?
22. How do Urantia Book readers get together?

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - with multiple answers from readers around the world

15. Is the Urantia Book a rewriting of the Bible?

ANSWER #1: Although the book contains a phenomenal account of the life and teachings of Jesus, it is not considered a Christian document. Although there are ministers and priests who have discovered the book, the Christian denominations are by and large still unaware of it. The Urantia Book contains information on the major world religions and their histories, stating that there is truth in all religions and that each one would do well to learn from the others, whereas the Bible is limited to Christian doctrines.

ANSWER #1: The Urantia Book could be considered an extension of existing holy writings or possibly a Bible for the new millennium. This one is open to debate. There are teachings which reinforce and expand on certain Bible teachings as well as truths found in other religions. However, there’s also a wealth of information on science, philosophy, cosmology, and advanced teachings on deity which are not found anywhere else.