Urantia Foundation Quotes
From a court case in Hawaii:
[Witness for the state.]
Q If you do not understand a question, would you
let me know, and I'll rephrase the question?
Q Are you
familiar with the Urantia Book?
A Yes, I am.
Q How are you familiar with this book?
A I've been studying the book for a number of years.
Q Do you know
approximately how many years you've been a student studying
A I started studying the book in 1967
Q To the present?
Q How much time a week do you spend studying the book, the Urantia Book?
A I spend approximately a half an hour a day, a half an hour, depending on
how much time I have.
Q Are you going to be employed by the Foundation soon?
Yes, I am.
That would be as an administrator?
As an executive director, yes.
You'll be relocating to Chicago?
A Yes, I will.
Q How does one become an executive director?
A First of all, one has to have experience as an
executive director of a nonprofit, which I do have. One must
also have experience in management of people, which I have.
I have also been a volunteer at the Foundation for Foundation
business for the past seven years.
Q Is the Urantia
Foundation a religious organization?
A No, it is not.
Foundation Executive Director Tonia Baney, and a reader of the book for 30
A: No, I do not.
Patty Mundelius, President of Urantia Foundation:
not given consideration as to where we might be classified under
world religions. We believe we could be considered essentially Christian,
yet Buddhists, Hindus, and many other religions or philosophical systems of
thought would find considerable harmony with the teachings of the Urantia
Book. If one must classify, I guess we should be just called 'Urantians.'"