I'm interested in truth. It's true that the Urantia Book I'd plagiarized. The question is: What are the implications of that?
The revelators admitted to using the existing base of human knowledge at that time, they borrowed those concepts and expanded on them...and only some parts of the papers reflect that. Dont forget much of what is original to the UB itself, and its vast expansions on religious philosophy and spiritual cosmology. It is pretty consistent as a whole, with its focus on spiritual progression and the ascension career of mortals.
I wouldn't describe myself as a biblical-oriented person. I'm unaware that the gospel authors sought copyright protection got their writings. But the authors of the Urantia Book did. So maybe they didn't regard it as trivial. If they did regard it as trivial, why did they want a copyright?
I think LC was meaning that the gospels are collections of writings that are attributed to matthew, mark, luke and john....but it cant be proved they were the authors beyond traditional assumptions and other references. I find the copyright thing as 'trivial',......as copyrights didnt exist back in Jesus day. The Urantia Foundation and those associated with the printing of the papers naturally sought to have the papers copyrighted to preserve the original record for future generations....its a pretty logical and moral procedure.