Urians don't agree on every little thing, 100%, but each committed and studied Urian has the right to interpret the teachings as their heart and inner voice dictates... we have no absolute ruler... leadership is by merit.
There has always been a standing debate within our community over Christianity and Jesus, as we are strict monotheists/panentheists --- aka One God who is within all and also beyond and more than the sum of Its parts. The worship of a human being, any human being, seems outright against the Hebrew teachings (Old Testament), and certainly against monotheism in general. We honor the prophets and saints of the One God, but we do not worship them.
My own view of Jesus has evolved during my life, as I began as a Christian, became more of an Arian Christian (non-trinitarian), but with a personal revelation began on this path years ago. After the death of my wife, almost three years ago, in the midst of my sorrow and loneliness, Jesus/Yeshua made himself plainly, clearly, present, and got me through it, and has been trying to help me overcome certain personal flaws (which are many)... But when I ask Jesus about Urianism, that voice within always says, "Let it stand." He is not against it.
In conversations with this spirit being, I came to realize that whether called Uriel or Jesus, or The Spirit, God is One.... Wearing masks at times, that we need to see or experience, and sometimes we need God to be kind father, a supportive brother, or a loving mother. Jesus is personal, a human face to relate to, who went through our hell world experience, and can therefore relate... Whatever he was on earth, he is one with God now, and a face thereof (a humanized aspect). Moreover, Urianism has always held Jesus in highest regard, even if we are less positively predisposed toward mainstream Christianity for various reasons, and unlike Islam, have acknowledged that Jesus/Yeshua died on the cross, rose from the dead, walked among humans for forty days, and ascended (transformed) to a heavenly plane of existence, sitting at the Right Hand of God. Still, we worship God, as Jesus worshiped God, and told others to worship God/The Father, in truth and in spirit (John 4:24, John 14:28).
Some come from Jewish backgrounds, or Muslim backgrounds, and were taught to be Anti-Christian... But we, as Urians understand that people are coming out of various experiences, various religious or anti-religious backgrounds, which color their ideas, prejudice them against this or that. Still, to be Urians we must set aside the petty differences and embrace the unity of The One.
Ours is self-initiation, personal experience of the Divine, the effort to achieve a relationship with the Most High. We are no longer what we were, neither Christian, nor Jew, nor Muslim, nor pagan, nor Hindu, nor........... We are one people, a tiny tribe of spirit; and our goal is ascension, immortal existence, too conquer reincarnation, and access the infinite, as spirit beings eternal.
19 Now Jesus’ mother and brothers came to see him, but they were not able to get near him because of the crowd. 20 Someone told him, “Your mother and brothers are standing outside, wanting to see you." 21 He replied, “My mother and brothers are those who hear God’s word and put it into practice.”
The Chosen People are those who seek a direct and personal relationship with The Most High, and strive to live in harmony there with (and keep striving no matter how much they fail or fall short).