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Autobiography, 101:private chapel of a friend's house by a Mr. Boyd-Carpenter. My father's eldest brother, William LaAutobiography, 165:me since the inception of our work - Mr. Henry Carpenter - went out to India to try and reach theAutobiography, 165:them and bowing. Through his interpreter, Mr. Carpenter made inquiries and was told that the lamaAutobiography, 165:that he had come down especially to speak to Mr. Carpenter. The abbot told him that he wasAutobiography, 165:two large bundles of incense for me. Later, Mr. Carpenter saw General Laden Lha at Darjeeling. TheAutobiography, 165:He is now dead but was a great and good man. Mr. Carpenter told him of his experience with thisAutobiography, 166:or visit an Occidental. When, however, Mr. Carpenter returned the following year, General Laden LhaBethlehem, 3:own philosophies. The developments which the Carpenter of Nazareth brought about in the fabric ofBethlehem, 61:- Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, p. 50. Any student of comparative religion canBethlehem, 68:means "he who shall add"; he was a builder, a carpenter, a worker in the building trade, one whoBethlehem, 77:He functioned as a man in the daily life of the carpenter's shop and in the home with His parents.Bethlehem, 100:time, for thirty years, He had simply been the carpenter of the little town, and the son [101] ofBethlehem, 178:meals." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp. 20, 21. These facts can be checkedBethlehem, 178:of world Saviors in world idealism. Edward Carpenter goes on to say, in the same book: "The numberBethlehem, 179:found." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp. 129, 130. Into the argument for andBethlehem, 180:will not be of the utmost moment to man. Edward Carpenter points this out, throwing light upon thisBethlehem, 181:- Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp. 217, 218. The Crucifixion and the Cross ofFire, 219:cosmic geometrizer known as Viawakarma, the deva carpenter in our Puranic writings. The revealedFire, 934:of the temporary forms is the work of the Divine Carpenter, whilst the building of the Temple ofHercules, 138:spent among the Essenes in Egypt or in the carpenter's shop, in which that great son of GodIntellect, 4:some most significant realization. Edward Carpenter says that: "We seem to be arriving at a timeIntellect, 4:dominate human thought for a long period." - Carpenter, Edward, The Art of Creation, page 7. HereinProblems, 139:follow the way of the Savior, of the humble Carpenter of Nazareth, she can render a world servicePsychology2, 57:of those great Identifications which enabled the Carpenter of Nazareth to say: "I and my Father areReappearance, 12:the fiery Saul of Tarsus and not the gentle Carpenter of Galilee. And so, He has waited. But HisReappearance, 97:this training, His thirty years of work in the carpenter's shop in Palestine has ever been theReappearance, 97:been the hitherto unrecognized symbol. The word "carpenter" is significant of building, ofSoul, 87:nineteenth century, the optic thalamus by W. B. Carpenter, and the pons cerebri by HerbertSoul, 89:fluid of the cerebral ventricles, whilst W. B. Carpenter, the physiologist, regarded the opticSoul, 145:improves so may our concepts of Divinity. Edward Carpenter expresses this idea in the followingSoul, 146:in its psychology and powers of perception." - Carpenter, Edward, Pagan and Christian Creeds; TheirSoul, 160:Barrett Pagan and Christian Creeds, Edward Carpenter Religion, Edward Scribner Ames The Science of
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