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Commonality Among Faiths - Orthodox Christianity

2020-06-16 9:30 PM | Stephanie

CHRISTIANITY- THE RELIGION OF THE FATHERHOOD OF GOD AND BROTHERHOOD OF MAN MEDIATED BY JESUS

Orthodox ChristianityGreek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Orthodox

 Major Tenets of Orthodox Christianity

Comparative Passages from The Urantia Book

Orthodox “The Fatherhood” of Jesus. Jesus created our Universe. Jesus is the second person of the trinity and together with the Father and the Holy Spirit created our universe.

“Such an experiential discovery-career of the realization of God begins with the recognition of the divinity of the Creator Son of the local universe…(The Forward, Section iii).

Greek and Roman Catholic - Jesus Christ is the second person of the Holy Trinity and, together with the Father and the Holy Spirit, has created the vast universe

The three blue concentric circles is a universal symbol of the Trinity – The Universal Father, the Eternal Son and the Infinite Spirit. “Melchizedek wore an emblem of three concentric circles, the symbol of the Paradise Trinity

(Paper 93.2)

Greek and Roman Catholic - The Virgin Mary is the Mother of God. She is a virgin and did not make any other children, nor was she in relation with any man or with Joseph. The Virgin Mary is worshiped by all, and it is believed that she intercedes for all people to Her Son, and to our God, for the well-being of all mankind.

The Local Universe Mother Spirit – (Paper 34). This personalized presence of the Infinite Spirit, the Creative Mother Spirit of the local universe, is known in …as the Divine Minister. (Paper 34.1). The Universe Mother Spirit acts as the universe focus and center of the Spirit of Truth as well as of her own personal influence, the Holy Spirit (Paper 34.4).


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