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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CHRISTIANITY
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Externalisation, 506:of the people who carry forward the destiny of Christianity. The Master Hilarion is activelyExternalisation, 543:of God have been largely ignored; the failure of Christianity can be traced to its JewishExternalisation, 573:be spreading and becoming increasingly dogmatic; Christianity will be in a state of chaoticExternalisation, 590:Deity and the feeble Christ which historical Christianity has endorsed. A Christ Who is present andExternalisation, 596:growth of the world religions (including Christianity and Buddhism) to prove His world missionHealing, 402:negate its accuracy lies the fact that [402] Christianity posits a long future but no past; it isHealing, 615:in the Christian teaching anent the Christ; Christianity has presented Him as acting as theHealing, 631:a "conversion," as the Fundamentalist School of Christianity calls it. The faith of the person andHealing, 654:illuminated them and might have produced a Christianity built around a living Christ and not aroundHercules, 179:the feet of his disciples. It has been said: "Christianity has not failed: it has never beenHercules, 199:extent, Christ did. We hear about the failure of Christianity. I do not see failure anywhere in theHercules, 227:initiation, the birth of the Christ, called in Christianity the birth of the Christ in the heart.Initiation, 47:at present under the Christ for the welfare of Christianity; other Masters hold similar posts inIntellect, 193:- The Universality of Meditation The Method in Christianity It is, of course, easy to find manyIntellect, 194:of Buddhism, of Hinduism, of Sufism, and of Christianity, there is the same basic goal: UnificationMagic, 596:upon the dominance of the Christ principle by Christianity has laid a sure foundation for the workPatanjali, xiii:thought, closely connected with the founder of Christianity and the early Christians, are basedProblems, 29:with the emphasis upon the work of practical Christianity, and not by dominant theologies andProblems, 99:of the Hindu faiths, and much more ancient than Christianity, and there are features in it whichProblems, 123:need of humanity at any given period in history. Christianity is an expression - in essence, if notProblems, 126:Hinduism in its many aspects, Mohammedanism and Christianity - has produced a flock of outstandingProblems, 129:in their activities. The great Western faith, Christianity, has been definitely objective in itsProblems, 139:followers of every faith and of every branch of Christianity. The problem of the freedom of theProblems, 142:renewed opportunity, controls the people. Christianity has emphasized immortality but has madePsychology1, 28:One - I. Introductory Remarks 4. The Function of Christianity I have now laid down the basicPsychology1, 28:do well to bear in mind that the importance of Christianity lies in the realization that it is aPsychology1, 28:and which partakes of the character of both. Christianity is the religion of the transitionalPsychology1, 29:their need find light and peace at last." [29] Christianity is primarily a religion of cleavage,Psychology1, 29:served humanity well; the purpose and intent of Christianity has been definite and high, and it hasPsychology1, 50:and mental science. Ray VI - Higher Expression: Christianity and diversified religions. (NoticePsychology1, 165:ray was already in operation before the dawn of Christianity; also that the seventh subray becamePsychology1, 166:great sixth ray was operating before the rise of Christianity. It is also apparent that BuddhismPsychology1, 166:between the rise of Buddhism and that of Christianity was only five hundred years. It seemsPsychology1, 167:the fourth, and the fifth rays respectively. Christianity and probably Buddhism were the result ofPsychology1, 167:great root religion, being a hybrid offshoot of Christianity with the tinge of Judaism. The raysPsychology1, 177:of their own faiths, and to the part that Christianity plays in the same great religious program.Psychology1, 411:educational systems. Ray VI - Higher expression: Christianity and diversified religions. NotePsychology2, 89:in the Piscean Age and through the influence of Christianity, upon just these two things, -Psychology2, 100:Unity, Divine Science, and the emphasis laid by Christianity and the esoteric schools upon thePsychology2, 271:devil (to use the symbolic formal terminology of Christianity) are to be transmuted with rapidityRays, 296:this will be increasingly so. As the essence of Christianity emerges into expression (and in soRays, 296:In the new world religion which is on its way, Christianity will be expressed through the creativeRays, 356:event does not portray the triumph of orthodox Christianity (as the theologians believe and teach),Rays, 533:of a newly interpreted and enlightened Christianity, having no relation to theology and beingRays, 614:have you note my choice of words; I said not "of Christianity," for true Christianity, as ChristRays, 614:of words; I said not "of Christianity," for true Christianity, as Christ taught it, is free fromRays, 747:That is why the issue is stressed between Christianity and Communism - a controversy emphasized byRays, 750:but also to himself. The emphasis of medieval Christianity upon weakness, wickedness and the innateRays, 757:Only a few - a very few - in the early days of Christianity employed the Lord's Prayer, because itReappearance, 19:of any of the ancient religions, including Christianity, but He will come to restore man's faith inReappearance, 32:religion what the Lord's Prayer has been to Christianity and the 23rd Psalm has been to theReappearance, 42:growth of the world religions (including Christianity and Buddhism) to prove His world missionReappearance, 63:possible effort has been made to force orthodox Christianity on those who accept the inspirationReappearance, 124:will engineer. The world religions (including Christianity) and Masonry are today before theReappearance, 140:There is, however, no point in attacking Christianity. Christianity cannot be attacked; it is anReappearance, 140:is, however, no point in attacking Christianity. Christianity cannot be attacked; it is anReappearance, 146:renewed opportunity, controls the people. Christianity has emphasized immortality but has madeSoul, 155:has, however, been associated in traditional Christianity not primarily with man's will, but with
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