Contemporary society attempts to identify and overcome a variety of sources of racial, economic and social oppression. The authors of The Urantia Book advise us to consider biological oppression as well. They further challenge us to overcome all forms of oppression and prejudice as well as the limitations imposed by our evolutionary heritage through the acceptance of the ideals of Jesus and his teachings about the kingdom of heaven. David Kantor
Scientific theories are logical myths which explain the data available at any given moment, but which must constantly evolve to encompass emerging information. Dan Massey -- Scientific Symposium I, The Urantia Book Fellowship.
We all want to live the integrated life, with science as part of a growing mind in a progressive personality. How might we approach this great ideal? Jeffrey Wattles, PhD. -- Scientific Symposium I, The Urantia Book Fellowship.
The brain, thinking styles, pituitary gland and cognitive therapy are related. What practical techniques can we use to orchestrate this endowment for spiritual growth? Lawrence L. Schkade, Ph.D. -- Scientific Symposium I
A physical therapist considers the non-material aspects of healing with a focus on problems of the central nervous and the musculoskeletal systems. Joy Dirham -- Scientific Symposium I, The Urantia Book Fellowship.