The URANTIA2 Book3 presents its readers with a vast spectrum of new ideas. These include ‘new concepts of a far-flung cosmos’ and the notion of ‘millions of other inhabited planets’. It introduces the reader to ‘scores of different and varied echelons of celestial personalities’. It gives ‘confirmation of the evolutionary origin of humankind – even of an evolutionary cosmos’. Further, The URANTIA Book provides an ‘intimation of multiple Creator Deities’.4