The underlying theme of the universe appears to be that of two primary characteristics, the teacher and the student; those who teach and those who learn.
In human life our totality of experience is in learning from others as pupils, then sharing these experience with others as teachers.
When considering the Urantia Book, take into account the 196 individual papers were comprised by experienced universal teachers, spiritual personalities here to teach us what they know (and we can comprehend) about total reality.
The authors of the Urantia papers represent a cream-of-the-crop faculty consisting of the best and brightest instructors in the universe; they bring to us in written form their vast experience and knowledge. We are the students and we have the best teachers to be found anywhere.
The Urantia Book will be studied, examined and debated for the rest of human history.
One can appreciate these teachers as not only being effective at conveying truth-concepts, but also know the best way to teach, even when limited by the constraints of an alphabet that contains 26 letters (the authors of the Urantia Book come from worlds where they have 70 symbols which make up their alphabet).
Consider the following statement from the author of Papers 44 (an Archangel) on how much their language is advanced in comparison to our own English):
“In the language of Nebadon we could, in a half hour’s address, cover the subject matter of the entire lifetime of a Urantia mortal.”
In other words, these teachers have such a great command of concepts and ideas at their disposal, they could describe one’s entire lifetime on earth and explain it in thirty-minutes.
We have received a repository of rich knowledge from teachers who are among the most experienced in the grand universe. No doubt in the decades and centuries to come every single word in the Urantia Book will be scrutinized and evaluated, and it is my belief that because of the richness of the Urantia Book narrative, the book will be paying out spiritual, scientific and philosophic dividends (of knowledge) for ages to come.