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Bethlehem, 177:of comparative religion will question the Christian parallels to earlier events. No man who hasBethlehem, 178:commemorated by Eucharistic meals." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp. 20, 21.Bethlehem, 179:legends are, or were, to be found." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp. 129,Bethlehem, 180:- a revelation which will be based upon truly Christian ethics and vital Christian truths. That forBethlehem, 180:be based upon truly Christian ethics and vital Christian truths. That for which Christ stood, theBethlehem, 181:heart, and of human consciousness." - Pagan and Christian Creeds, by Edward Carpenter, pp. 217,Bethlehem, 182:in the Bible, and are regarded in our Christian belief as the four sacred animals. The ProphetBethlehem, 184:to illustrate the astronomical background of our Christian festivals. There are two festivals keptBethlehem, 184:This information should be in the hands of all Christian people, because then and only then canBethlehem, 187:"...modern thought does not clash with primitive Christian ideas; but in regard to the propitiationBethlehem, 190:never enter heaven. On these truths the Eastern Christian has placed little emphasis, stressing theBethlehem, 190:now stand ready to accept from the Eastern Christian what he has so long believed. This gnosis hasBethlehem, 193:this purification a man was 'born again' and the Christian expression 'washed in the blood of theBethlehem, 194:and the teachers and interpreters of the early Christian times were no more free from the thralldomBethlehem, 195:To this rule Christ was no exception. "Advanced Christian thinkers now regard the Crucifixion ofBethlehem, 195:books in fact were so accustomed to the pre-Christian ideas of an expiatory sacrifice andBethlehem, 195:vagueness was not to the liking of the early Christian Fathers. In the Second Century A.D.,Bethlehem, 197:have been like today if the exponents of the Christian faith had occupied themselves with the themeBethlehem, 198:omniscience and eternal justice - a common Christian doctrine, but developed by Calvinists withBethlehem, 199:- the truth of physical inheritance. Under the Christian teaching, Christ, the perfect man, suffersBethlehem, 204:closest possible parallel between this and the Christian way of forgiveness. Both methods areBethlehem, 212:regarded half the world as lost and only the Christian believer as saved, yet all the time ChristBethlehem, 232:was restored, and the first few centuries of the Christian history (before theology gave a turn toBethlehem, 234:passed out from Christ to the fellowship of the Christian community." - Psychology and God, by L.Bethlehem, 235:glorify the personality of Jesus and safeguard Christian believers, and to reconcile humanBethlehem, 237:of Osiris bear a close resemblance to the Christian teaching, and that after the resurrection ofBethlehem, 237:out in an illuminating passage that: "In the Christian Mysteries - as in the ancient Egyptian,Bethlehem, 238:Sons, the fact of immortality, as before our Christian world, through the death and resurrection ofBethlehem, 238:We have fed the fires of separation by our Christian divisions, churches, sects and "isms." "TheirBethlehem, 241:and unable to do more than simply die. The Christian attitude, as a rule, is more definitely anBethlehem, 244:- The Bhagavad Gita, II, 26, 29. [244] A modern Christian poet has expressed the same idea in theBethlehem, 249:question is merely one of time and location. The Christian may believe in a sudden perfectingBethlehem, 251:the negation of the individual. The orthodox Christian doctrines are three in number, and consistBethlehem, 254:and has its parallel in the process of Christian "conversion" and the adjustments incident to thatBethlehem, 259:had been isolated personalities. Now, in the Christian era, we live in an age of personalities. SoBethlehem, 262:and are generally so recognized, even when their Christian interpretation is ignored, or whenBethlehem, 263:advanced people of the world. The mystic and the Christian may talk in terms of the kingdom of God;Bethlehem, 273:This is the challenge which today confronts the Christian Church. The need is for vision, wisdomBethlehem, 279:to widen its horizon and recognize as truly Christian all who demonstrate the Christ spirit,Bethlehem, 279:labeled by any name other than that of orthodox Christian? Another basic thought emerges out of allDestinyThe energy of Will, Purpose or Power, called in Christian lands the energy of the Will of God. TheDestiny, 59:the Master Jesus will again take hold of the Christian Church in an effort to respiritualize it andDestiny, 96:two relatively antagonistic divisions of the Christian faith to work together with a minimum ofDestiny, 99:been [99] seen or known. There is a word in the Christian Scriptures which says "In that lightDestiny, 147:the Festival of the Christ, and this the Christian churches have emphasized and to this allDestiny, 147:This is both true and false. The Founder of the Christian Church - God in the flesh - availedDiscipleship1, XI:others are Roman Catholics; still others are Christian Scientists or belong to one or other of theDiscipleship1, XIII:The sixth Ray of Devotion or Idealism. Many Christian people. Fanatics. Numbers of earnestDiscipleship1, 181:the following brief spiritual exercise - as the Christian mystics call it: [182] Sound the O.M.Discipleship1, 557:and the pining-for-release psychology of the Christian presentation of truth. As still furtherDiscipleship1, 611:of the sixth ray person, working in the Piscean Christian age, loves public conviction of wrongDiscipleship1, 633:interest in things Piscean and [633] your strong Christian tendency. Hence, also, your strongDiscipleship1, 717:not taken place. Saul must become Paul, as the Christian phraseology puts it. The babe within theDiscipleship2, 149:usual connotation and its well-known mystical Christian sense. Christ has never left the Earth.Discipleship2, 157:is that in its presentation to a definitely Christian public (as for instance to the ecclesiasticsDiscipleship2, 165:so worded and rendered the Invocation that the Christian world, through its churches, may not findDiscipleship2, 170:categories: that of invoking divine aid (to use Christian phraseology) and then - through faith andDiscipleship2, 200:so closely associated in the mind of the western Christian thinker. I refer to all who - in quietDiscipleship2, 219:As the Christ said, when he instituted the Christian civilization of the past two thousand yearsDiscipleship2, 237:to these laws from the mystical and strictly Christian angle that the terms used are essentiallyDiscipleship2, 258:of the Gospel and many disciples of the Christian dispensation have singularly failed to grasp thisDiscipleship2, 259:I have given you this teaching in terms of the Christian presentation as it may be simpler for youDiscipleship2, 340:and related to a conviction of sin (as the Christian theology so dreadfully miscalls it), has anyDiscipleship2, 376:to tread the Path or - to express the idea in Christian phraseology - to follow the footsteps ofDiscipleship2, 379:as an expression of the Law of Sacrifice. The Christian interpretation of the Will of God and ofDiscipleship2, 380:has colored the entire presentation of what Christian theologians regard as God's Will; thisDiscipleship2, 402:which has been travestied and distorted by the Christian teaching anent the "vicariousDiscipleship2, 407:separative group. The Kingdom of God is not Christian, or Buddhist, or to be found focused in anyDiscipleship2, 409:Earth and the Kingdom of God in Heaven (to use Christian phraseology) became such that the "GatesDiscipleship2, 472:and most inaccurately depicted in the Christian discipline as the seven stations of the Cross. As IDiscipleship2, Esoter:Vol. III, Page 476.) "from the standpoint of Christian symbolism (even though the interpretation isDiscipleship2, 584:life. I say this not from the standpoint of the Christian ministry, which so frequently urges uponDiscipleship2, 685:age, due to the sixth ray expression of the Christian era. Today the energies are concretizing andDiscipleship2, 685:to enlarge your perspective, I would add that Christian Science is a fifth ray expression ofDiscipleship2, 685:incoming fifth ray life. A very large number of Christian Scientists are either fifth or sixth rayEducation, viii:than a recrudescence of some earlier forms of Christian ideology. In this education for the NewEducation, 121:an effect upon humanity, as has the Piscean or Christian Age, or the earlier period governed byExternalisation, 86:the Ancient of Days (as He is called in the Christian Bible), the Lord of Shamballa, Who is theExternalisation, 110:to all happenings which have occurred within the Christian era. I want you to attempt to regard theExternalisation, 150:carried forward by true believers in all lands (Christian and non-Christian) who address themselvesExternalisation, 150:true believers in all lands (Christian and non-Christian) who address themselves to the Christ, noExternalisation, 158:seven sacred planets Who are spoken of in the Christian Bible as the "seven Spirits before theExternalisation, 179:and in justifying the fighting spirit of the Christian democracies, [180] that it is motive thatExternalisation, 188:Germany, and no other nation will be considered. Christian teaching and Christian ethics mustExternalisation, 188:will be considered. Christian teaching and Christian ethics must necessarily be eliminated, becauseExternalisation, 201:of all religion and the justification of the Christian message. Christ, in His high place, caresExternalisation, 245:arrests right action. The great Leader of this Christian era has warned us not to be afraid ofExternalisation, 251:truth as well as the misinterpretation of the Christian teaching anent the return of the Christ.Externalisation, 264:of all these demands and prayers in the many Christian countries, lies a subtle, deep seatedExternalisation, 286:in the fact of the nature of Deity itself. The Christian statement that "God is Love" is founded onExternalisation, 304:time prior to the phrase so well-known in the Christian fields: "The Lamb slain from the foundationExternalisation, 344:among groups and nations. It is the theme of the Christian teaching, just as Will, divinelyExternalisation, 405:world theologies have been built, including the Christian doctrines and dogmas built around theExternalisation, 420:to the waiting Spiritual Lives. At present, the Christian religion has its great festivals, theExternalisation, 420:Moon of spring, and is the great Western and Christian festival. The Festival of Wesak. This is theExternalisation, 469:should be [469] regarded as active. The Christian view of the Christ is built upon that which HeExternalisation, 469:as individuals and as representing the organized Christian Church. It is a picture of a listening,Externalisation, 476:by the sweet sentimentality of the unthinking Christian and by the well-meaning, but oftExternalisation, 477:some kindly and well-intentioned but ignorant Christian thinkers often overlook. Externalisation, 480:thus linking the full enlightenment of the pre-Christian era and the wisdom of the Buddha to the
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