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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CHRISTIANITY

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Astrology, 212:signs of death), it is interesting to note that Christianity is governed by Mars. One is apt toAstrology, 212:that the sixth ray, working through Mars, rules Christianity. It is a religion of devotion,Astrology, 213:nevertheless upon the influence of Mars upon Christianity, making it a definitely militantAstrology, 213:creed of a crucified and dead Christ which rules Christianity and not that of the risen Master. OneAstrology, 214:of Scorpio and of [214] Mars which have ruled Christianity for so long and which are only nowAstrology, 215:the substitution of love for attachment. Christianity exemplifies the death of the personality,Astrology, 215:lacking and the controlling color of Christianity has indeed been red. It is not Christ'sAstrology, 215:presentation of St. Paul. Mars has ruled Christianity because St. Paul misinterpreted the esotericAstrology, 215:is responsible for the sorry historical story of Christianity and the dire plight of the nationsAstrology, 678:in The Secret Doctrine "In Judaism and Christianity, the Messiah is always connected with water,Atom, 44:upheaval is that these fundamental truths of Christianity should be demonstrated to be scientificAtom, 65:me. I am not trying to prove that the spirit of Christianity is inadequate, and I am not seeking toAtom, 66:very carefully between the vital truths of Christianity and the crystallized form of theology. TheAutobiography, 1:value in knowing that the love of God antedates Christianity and recognizes no boundaries. This wasAutobiography, 34:looks. I had been taught the narrowest kind of Christianity; unless people thought as I did, theyAutobiography, 127:a Christian symbol but that it long antedated Christianity and this was a final blow. I was,Autobiography, 161:with the T.S. as I had with orthodox Christianity but the situation was not so acute because greatBethlehemthe problem of my own relation to Christ and to Christianity, have brought me to two definitelyBethlehemrites and ceremonies." - The Paganism in Our Christianity, by Arthur Weigall, p. 16 The kingdom ofBethlehem, 3:remains to be determined. Claims are made that Christianity has failed and that man does not needBethlehem, 3:there is never any question. The enemies of Christianity admit His uniqueness, His basic profundityBethlehem, 4:problem of religion and the problem of orthodox Christianity are not one and the same thing. MuchBethlehem, 4:the fact that theologians have attempted to lift Christianity out of its place in the scheme ofBethlehem, 5:which already existed, began to be called Christianity." (Quoted by W. Kingsland in Religion in theBethlehem, 5:on Initiation In the continuity of revelation, Christianity enters upon its cycle of expressionBethlehem, 6:without witness, and He never will. The place of Christianity as the fulfilment of the past and asBethlehem, 6:one of the reasons why people speak of a failing Christianity, and look forward to that spiritualBethlehem, 6:the exoteric teaching. Orthodox and theological Christianity is founded on it, as are all theBethlehem, 7:that "The Incarnation, which is for popular Christianity synonymous with the historical birth andBethlehem, 8:is dynamic and divinity in the message of Jesus. Christianity is, for us today, a culminatingBethlehem, 10:of man, and man owes this to the influence of Christianity. As a member of the human family, he hasBethlehem, 10:religions is simply a part of that revelation. Christianity is not a religion of the same order asBethlehem, 11:of religions. What does it matter if within [11] Christianity, supposedly so different from otherBethlehem, 12:shall see the resurrection of the essentials of Christianity and the revivifying of the form whichBethlehem, 12:to recall that other teachings besides that of Christianity have emphasized these five importantBethlehem, 12:us nevertheless to a larger interpretation of Christianity. "Buddhism and Christianity find theirBethlehem, 12:interpretation of Christianity. "Buddhism and Christianity find their origins respectively in twoBethlehem, 13:at this time, one faith, one might choose Christianity, and for this specific reason: the centralBethlehem, 17:Modern thinkers would do well to remember that Christianity is a bridging religion. Herein lies itsBethlehem, 17:religion. Herein lies its great importance. Christianity [18] is the religion of that transitionalBethlehem, 18:stage in man's unfoldment, and the purpose of Christianity has been to reveal this; also to pointBethlehem, 20:a period of temporary chaos is inevitable. Christianity will not be superseded. It will beBethlehem, 20:restored, must be reinterpreted in the light of Christianity, and readapted [21] to meet modernBethlehem, 33:things. First, we shall endeavor to realize that Christianity is the flower and the fruitage of theBethlehem, 33:our Western theologians have often forgotten. Christianity may and does preserve secret withinBethlehem, 34:Representative. As we consider the message of Christianity and its unique contribution, let us notBethlehem, 36:the disciple preparing for initiation. For this, Christianity has prepared numbers of the race. TheBethlehem, 37:tells us: "The historical foundation of Christianity, as rationalism, liberalism, and modernBethlehem, 37:no longer - which, however, is not to say that Christianity has therefore lost its historicalBethlehem, 38:which we call the "new birth," [38] and which Christianity has ever taught. The effect of all thatBethlehem, 39:of Him is true also of the teaching He gave. In Christianity the past is comprised and its bestBethlehem, 45:child to enter into the Kingdom." - Esoteric Christianity, by Annie Besant, pp. 185, 286, 53, 54.Bethlehem, 49:nearer as time went on; and before the advent of Christianity men recognized Him as the belovedBethlehem, 58:of that composition." - The Paganism in Our Christianity, by Arthur Weigall, p. 42. [59] Bethlehem, 61:were all of divine and human birth." - Esoteric Christianity, by Annie Besant, p. 158. It isBethlehem, 62:perform their rites undisturbed." - Esoteric Christianity, by Annie Besant, p. 160. The choice ofBethlehem, 63:At the time when the English were converted to Christianity in the Sixth and Seventh Centuries theBethlehem, 63:until recent years." - The Paganism in Our Christianity, by Arthur Weigall, pp. 236, 237. At theBethlehem, 64:The ancient zodiac of Denderah (antedating Christianity by several thousand years) is ample proofBethlehem, 64:Saviors. We have already seen that the age of Christianity is the Piscean Age, and Christ came toBethlehem, 80:by St. Paul, and the slant which he gave to Christianity is perhaps largely responsible for theBethlehem, 162:which has so deeply colored the presentation of Christianity in the world. It is the Christ life inBethlehem, 167:to penetrate the theological presentation of Christianity and there find reality. His serviceBethlehem, 175:[175] I. We now come to the central mystery of Christianity, and to the climaxing initiation toBethlehem, 179:Five - The Fourth Initiation - The Crucifixion Christianity is the restatement of a very oldBethlehem, 181:far back, it will be found that it antedates Christianity by thousands of years, and that finally,Bethlehem, 189:to note how the two great branches of orthodox Christianity, the Eastern, as expressed through theBethlehem, 190:has emphasized the crucified Savior. Eastern Christianity looks to the resurrection as its pivotalBethlehem, 190:intention have been the contribution of Western Christianity to the religious beliefs in the world.Bethlehem, 192:development of the mind could give. The age of Christianity has been an age of mental unfoldment.Bethlehem, 193:and thus formulated their doctrine, which Christianity absorbed. When the sun was in the zodiacalBethlehem, 194:have been so familiar." - The Paganism in Our Christianity, by Arthur Weigall, pp. 132, 133. ChristBethlehem, 194:St. John XVII), and the doctrine of the God-Man. Christianity inherited many of itsBethlehem, 195:are we [195] from the interpretations given to Christianity during the past two thousand years.Bethlehem, 195:world, and therein lay the great appeal of early Christianity. In Him a dozen shadowy Gods wereBethlehem, 197:but it took nearly two thousand years of Christianity to raise sin to a position of such importanceBethlehem, 198:That is also why, from the psychological angle, Christianity has produced such sad, weary, andBethlehem, 232:be the Christ. When he was placed in the tomb, Christianity was dead and buried too. Now we meetBethlehem, 233:they were mistaken, nearly two thousand years of Christianity has proved. We are not yet citizensBethlehem, 238:changed, and took on a new nature." - Esoteric Christianity, by Annie Besant, pp. 247, 248, 249.Bethlehem, 238:event for the Occident. The outstanding need of Christianity today is to emphasize the living,Bethlehem, 239:Christ, the historical Savior, the founder of Christianity, watching over His Church; Christ, theBethlehem, 258:the intangible, the visible and the invisible, Christianity has fostered, because it was theseBethlehem, 259:kingdom. Through the example of its Founder, Christianity has also had a unique mission inDestiny, 37:of the outgoing sixth ray is to be found in Christianity, the spirit and principles of which wereDestiny, 39:and potency of the second ray) and for us Christianity in its earlier days was the great andDestiny, 40:from its contact with Him, the founder of Christianity but not of Churchianity. I generalize. ThereDestiny, 132:to the physical. The Eastern teaching affected Christianity and indicated and determined the linesDestiny, 132:and determined the lines of its development and Christianity is definitely a bridging religion. TheDestiny, 133:mentally motivated and produced. The history of Christianity (which is the history of Europe) willDestiny, 148:into a profoundly materialistic presentation of Christianity, so the simple Christmas Day whichDiscipleship1, 32:true "marriage in the Heavens" of which mystical Christianity speaks and the result of this fusionDiscipleship1, 631:(no matter what its disastrous effects on Christianity may have been) and his impersonality shouldDiscipleship2, 165:religion what the Lord's Prayer has been to Christianity and the twenty-third Psalm has been to theExternalisation, 188:be eliminated, because Germany regards Christianity and its divine Founder as effeminate and weak,Externalisation, 188:the decadence of all nations, except Germany. Christianity must also be overthrown because it isExternalisation, 192:of democracy upon the entire world or to force Christianity upon a world of diversified religions.Externalisation, 448:terminology of churchianity (I did not say, of Christianity), or in the phraseology of a markedExternalisation, 448:of the churches is over, but not the precepts of Christianity or the example of the Christ. He is,Externalisation, 502:the Great Ones seek to break is not the form of Christianity but the grip of the Churches on the
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