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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CHRISTIAN
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Astrology, 212:are familiar to us in the presentation of Christian theology. It is however pre-eminently aAstrology, 213:of God's love). Throughout the teaching of Christian theology, the theme of blood runs ceaselesslyAstrology, 213:to the interpretation and exposition of the Christian teaching and deflected its energy intoAstrology, 215:dire plight of the nations today - ostensibly Christian nations yet swept by hate, ruled by fearAstrology, 234:promiscuity to the orthodox narrow and bigoted Christian angle, as that is normally understoodAstrology, 234:and kept secretly in the background of the Christian consciousness, where it is hidden as aAstrology, 235:so much of its expression), the narrow-minded Christian inheritance of a "guilt [236] complex"Astrology, 314:thus translated somewhat inaccurately in the Christian Bible, there are three meanings or trueAstrology, 346:This Mutable Cross is, therefore, peculiarly a Christian symbol and significantly connected withAstrology, 392:of expression. This has been called in the Christian phraseology, "the Gethsemane experience." TheAstrology, 476:mark the Cross of Life." From the standpoint of Christian symbolism (even though the interpretationAstrology, 522:two relatively antagonistic divisions of the Christian faith to work together with a minimum ofAstrology, 524:yet been seen or known. There is a word in the Christian Scriptures which says "In that light shallAstrology, 558:of the Holy Spirit, of the third Person of the Christian Trinity, as it organizes substance andAstrology, 566:but has been preserved for us in the ancient Christian legend that - in the cradle itself - ChristAstrology, 567:and energy which enabled Him to inaugurate the Christian era; it initiated, through Him, the "ageAstrology, 567:the new, between the East and the West. In the Christian era comes a "point of balance" or thatAstrology, 582:among groups and nations. It is the theme of the Christian teaching, just as Will, divinelyAstrology, 646:and the Spirits of the Presence by the Christian Church." (S.D. Vol. III, 160) 31. "The seven chiefAstrology, 671:461) The sun was adopted as a planet by the Post-Christian Astrologers who had not been initiated."Atom, 14:has led, for instance, to the evolution of the Christian and Jewish point of view, which posits aAtom, 21:of consciousness. This is the God to Whom the Christian refers when he says "in Him we live, andAtom, 32:frankly materialistic scientist, the orthodox Christian, and the deist of every faith. I indicatedAtom, 43:being a God, or Divine Being. Where the orthodox Christian would say with reverence, God, theAtom, 56:of the Atom - The Evolution of Form In the Christian Bible the same thought is borne out by St.Atom, 65:for instance, the old religious form of the Christian faith. Here I must warn you not toAtom, 66:more adequate vehicle through which to function. Christian thinkers at this time need toAtom, 66:the life seemed adapted to each other, and the Christian ideals expressed themselves through theAtom, 66:of crystallization has set in, and the expanding Christian consciousness is finding the limitationsAtom, 85:in deed and in truth, you have what the Christian would term the "image of God." For, as must beAtom, 87:the various stages which are pictured in the Christian Bible where man makes the discovery that heAtom, 93:the great Life of the solar system, Whom the Christian calls God, or the Logos. Browning expressesAtom, 146:instance, speaks of force, or energy, and the Christian speaks of God, and the Hindu uses termsAtom, 149:out of group plans, then we shall have what the Christian calls the "millennium." Now, if you haveAtom, 156:it is not possible for us to say, but even our Christian Bible recognizes it, and Job speaks ofAutobiography, 1:It might be useful to know how a rabid, orthodox Christian worker could become a well-known occultAutobiography, 1:a proven fact to an exceedingly narrow-minded Christian. I glory in the name of Christian but I nowAutobiography, 1:narrow-minded Christian. I glory in the name of Christian but I now belong to the inclusive kindAutobiography, 14:she has no use for me, being a most orthodox Christian and regarding anyone who has had theAutobiography, 18:gave up being an orthodox, theologically minded Christian, she wrote me that she could notAutobiography, 35:with the statues and images of the Christ in the Christian churches with which I was so familiar onAutobiography, 40:time) the heathen were still heathen and I was a Christian. Deep and fundamental doubts were leftAutobiography, 42:all the tremendous and awful Deity to which the Christian Church, as I knew it, bowed down.Autobiography, 42:what He was doing and - in any case - no real Christian questioned God: he simply accepted what heAutobiography, 52:well meant but crude interpolations of the early Christian monks who tried to render into theirAutobiography, 62:knew whether my escort would be a nice, reliable Christian soldier or a blackguard. I believe thatAutobiography, 78:in hell, and a lot of the men orthodox from the Christian point of view, ought to have gone there.Autobiography, 81:and we would talk and talk. She was a very good Christian. She loved me and watched me grow up withAutobiography, 121:that the whole problem could be solved by the Christian taking right action. Lots of us, thousandsAutobiography, 123:or else I would not be in this position. The old Christian complex of being a "miserable sinner"Autobiography, 127:time. I discovered next that the cross was not a Christian symbol but that it long antedatedAutobiography, 141:is the "one creation" theory of the orthodox Christian, which I had held without any speculation asAutobiography, 161:of a very nice, sweet, well-intentioned, Christian, subconscious, or again automatic writing, theAutobiography, 197:We have church members, Catholic and Protestant, Christian Scientists, Unity people and members ofAutobiography, 262:of Hindu metaphysical speculation or under Christian terminology. Much knowledge has been imparted.Autobiography, 286:working in the Arcane School as well as Christian Scientists, churchmen of every denomination -Autobiography, 287:It is the Spiritual Hierarchy to which the Christian teaching of the Kingdom of God surely refers.Autobiography, 288:- as taught in all the world religions. The Christian looks forward to the advent of Christ, theBethleheman evangelist and as a teacher in the field of Christian principles, and a difficult cycle in whichBethlehem, 3:many, the whole question of the validity of the Christian religion remains to be determined. ClaimsBethlehem, 5:tells us that "that which is called the Christian religion existed among the ancients, and neverBethlehem, 6:continuity is emphasized and the place of the Christian faith in it, revelation may come and passBethlehem, 6:to teach the secret and the technique of the Christian life. We have over-emphasized the doctrinalBethlehem, 9:and interest the weakening aspiration of the Christian. If it can be shown that the story revealedBethlehem, 10:For this we must prepare. We have seen that the Christian revelation unified in itself theBethlehem, 10:and the Spirit, throw light on this: "The Christian revelation is universal, and everythingBethlehem, 11:The Crises of the Christ, by that veteran Christian, Dr. Campbell Morgan. Taking the five majorBethlehem, 19:the appearance of the [19] symbol of the fish in Christian literature, including the New Testament.Bethlehem, 19:and the keeping of the Passover feast. In the Christian age we use the fish symbology, even toBethlehem, 19:table, and hold communion one with another. The Christian dispensation comes between the two greatBethlehem, 20:the Fishes, those influences have colored our Christian symbology so that the fish preponderates inBethlehem, 22:injustice of the one sorrowful life which the Christian allots himself, men have turned within toBethlehem, 27:first initiates to attain that status under the Christian dispensation. Read what he says aboutBethlehem, 33:religion. We have seen that the emphasis of the Christian religion has been laid upon the unit inBethlehem, 41:time and temperament of the aspirant. Where the Christian disciple speaks of "Christ in you, theBethlehem, 57:a great [57] experiment which has led into the Christian experience. Faith in Christ! Faith inBethlehem, 57:Such was the faith of God in humanity. The Christian faith, in spite of dogma and doctrine, and inBethlehem, 57:by the heart, will enable each aspirant to the Christian Mysteries to pass through the gateway ofBethlehem, 58:to it in the Epistles which form the earliest Christian documents; but, on the contrary, St. PaulBethlehem, 59:the same as Mary, the name of the mother of the Christian Savior. The month of May was sacred toBethlehem, 59:said to have been born in an inn stable, early Christian writers, as Justin Martyr and Origen,Bethlehem, 61:the truth of the Resurrection!" - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, p. 50. AnyBethlehem, 62:a so-called heathen opportunity to determine a Christian rite or a day of sacred remembrance. EvenBethlehem, 62:thirty-six different dates fixed on by different Christian sects. Lightfoot gives it as SeptemberBethlehem, 69:and of Egypt. The sign immediately preceding the Christian era was that of Aries, the Ram or Lamb,Bethlehem, 80:the dominant inferiority complex of the average Christian - an inferiority which Christ in no wayBethlehem, 83:THOUGHT "It is a propitious moment to put the Christian life into serious practice... At a time ofBethlehem, 97:of the lower nature is a requirement which the Christian Church has ever emphasized, as has alsoBethlehem, 110:One of the finest thinkers in the field of Christian interpretation today tells us that "all theyBethlehem, 130:no separateness can be." - Dramatic History of Christian Faith, by Dr. van der Leeuw, p. 19.Bethlehem, 136:we only the Gospel story upon which to base our Christian belief. This is a point to consider, andBethlehem, 136:of serious speculation. The bias thrown on Christian theology by St. Paul has perhaps over-balancedBethlehem, 148:truth of this can be realized if we study the Christian concept of the Virgin Mary over-shadowed byBethlehem, 154:friends of Christ are to be found in every race (Christian or otherwise), in every clime and inBethlehem, 159:one for Moses and one for Elias, link up this Christian happening with its ancient prototype.Bethlehem, 159:and this mountain experience is not uniquely Christian. But Christ was the first to gather togetherBethlehem, 161:points of view usually held by the orthodox Christian might be enumerated as follows: He came toBethlehem, 170:of Arjuna, spoken to Krishna, long before the Christian era, after the revelation of the unveiledBethlehem, 175:and the after effects upon the history of the Christian Church. But the Crucifixion has always beenBethlehem, 175:episode upon which the entire structure of Christian theology has been founded. Upon this has the
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