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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CHURCHES
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Initiation, 46:the inspirer and director of the Christian Churches everywere, [47] though an adept on the sixthInitiation, 52:and truth dissemination of the various churches, sciences, and philosophies, and thus producingInitiation, 56:energy that flows through the various Christian churches, is at present living in a Syrian body,Initiation, 57:great prelates of the Anglican and Catholic Churches are wise agents of his. The Master DjwhalInitiation, 59:of the various fraternities and of the Churches everywhere. He is called in the Lodge, usually,Magic, 327:of ideas, theories, speculations, religions, churches, cults, sects and organizations, two mainMagic, 354:the majority of Christians, for instance, in the churches. These, knowing not the laws ofMagic, 399:hierarchical effort. They will supersede all churches, all groups, and all organizations and willProblems, 7:and in the theological impasse of the orthodox churches) has been to take and not give, to acceptProblems, 8:endeavor, whether carried out by the organized churches (which show a woeful lack [9] ofProblems, 33:our educational systems or the ineptitude of the churches may not be the basic [34] causes behindProblems, 34:Church and the fundamentalists in the Protestant churches. It would train bigots, build barriersProblems, 34:It is an indictment of the past methods of the churches and of the old theologies which have failedProblems, 38:making) we pay the penalty of war. Neither the churches nor our educational systems have been soundProblems, 40:are engaged in raising funds to rebuild stone churches and restore ancient buildings, thusProblems, 56:activity to be handled exclusively by the churches and through theological teaching, though thereProblems, 80:cannot be done without the required funds; the churches are materialistic in their mode of work andProblems, 118:[118] inhabitants; differences in families, in churches, in municipalities, in cities, in nations,Problems, 122:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches CHAPTER V The Problem of the Churches TheProblems, 122:of the Churches CHAPTER V The Problem of the Churches The title of this chapter is not called theProblems, 123:of purpose and of vision. The Failure of the Churches. Would you, in all truthfulness and in theProblems, 123:and in the light of world events, say that the churches had succeeded? The Opportunity of theProblems, 123:churches had succeeded? The Opportunity of the Churches. Do they recognize it? The Essential TruthsProblems, 123:accepts. What are they? The Regeneration of the Churches. Is it possible? The New World Religion.Problems, 123:emerging with clarity, and the steps which the churches propose taking to meet that need are alsoProblems, 123:that we define the way of salvation which the churches should follow; if the churches are workingProblems, 123:which the churches should follow; if the churches are working and the churchmen are thinking in aProblems, 124:that the human spirit is greater than the churches and greater than their teaching. In the longProblems, 124:If the great organized religious groups of churches in every land and composing all faiths do notProblems, 124:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches I. The Failure of the Churches Let usProblems, 124:Problem of the Churches I. The Failure of the Churches Let us remember: Christ has not failed. ItProblems, 124:money have created a vast dark cloud between the churches and God; they have shut out the trueProblems, 124:return? Are there enough men of vision in the churches to save the day - a vision of [125] meetingProblems, 125:a vision of the growth and aggrandizement of the churches? Such men do exist in every religiousProblems, 125:acute sense the need for the regeneration of the churches. Our religious platforms, our pulpits,Problems, 125:which are responsible for the failure of the churches: Narrow theological interpretations of theProblems, 128:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches Today men's minds are recognizing the dawn ofProblems, 128:of a living truth is with us. This the orthodox churches refuse to recognize. Truth is essentiallyProblems, 128:It signifies progress, but, as yet, the churches fail to see in this the workings of divinity.Problems, 129:truths, a refusal to accept the teachings of the churches in terms of the past theology, and aProblems, 129:the materialistic and political ambitions of the churches. In the Eastern faiths this is not soProblems, 129:is fast bringing on the degeneration of the churches. In the Oriental religions a disastrousProblems, 130:or Greek Orthodox Church and the Protestant Churches. All of them split away on the question ofProblems, 130:stands for great stone structures - cathedrals, churches, institutions, convents, monasteries. InProblems, 131:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches 2. The Greek Orthodox Church reached such aProblems, 131:it cannot be reactionary as can - and are - the churches in other parts of the world. [132] 3. TheProblems, 132:parts of the world. [132] 3. The Protestant Churches. The church, covered by the generic name ofProblems, 132:protesting. It comprises within its borders many churches, large and small. These churches are alsoProblems, 132:borders many churches, large and small. These churches are also distinguished by materialProblems, 132:church organization or procedure. The Protestant Churches have set a precedent of acrimoniousProblems, 132:of acrimonious controversy from which the older churches are relatively free, owing to theirProblems, 132:arises whether Christ would be at home in the churches if He walked again among men. The ritualsProblems, 132:they are many in the aggregate, and within all churches and faiths. Their lot is a difficult one;Problems, 133:and see little hope for humanity in the churches; they know well that the spiritual realities haveProblems, 133:forgotten in the material development of the churches; they love their fellowmen and would like toProblems, 134:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches II. The Opportunity of the Churches SomethingProblems, 134:of the Churches II. The Opportunity of the Churches Something of great moment has happened in theProblems, 136:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches Will the organized religions and the churchesProblems, 136:Churches Will the organized religions and the churches throughout the world recognize theProblems, 136:Or will they work for organizations and the churches? Will the institutional aspect of the worldProblems, 136:truth? Will the interest and the power of the churches be turned to the rebuilding of the materialProblems, 136:anew of temporal power and prestige? Or will the churches have the vision and the courage to letProblems, 137:into old bottles? Will the potentates of the churches and the proud ecclesiastics relinquishProblems, 137:surely bring? Can the materialism for which the churches have stood and the failures of theirProblems, 137:they have had small place in the life of the churches. The responsibility rests squarely upon theProblems, 137:The responsibility rests squarely upon the churches. These are the questions with which theProblems, 137:These are the questions with which the organized churches are confronted. Within the churches todayProblems, 137:organized churches are confronted. Within the churches today there are men responding to the newProblems, 138:The movements towards the reorganization of the churches which are now proceeding all over theProblems, 138:is no indication on any large scale within the churches of a basic change of attitude towardsProblems, 138:with this demand and this opportunity that the churches are faced. What is the solution of thisProblems, 139:and developed by the spiritually minded in all churches, whose minds are open to the newProblems, 139:world religions at this time. No longer must the churches interpose their authority and theirProblems, 140:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches III. The Essential Truths There are certainProblems, 141:of spiritual recognition! It is the task of the churches to teach men to unfold this latent powerProblems, 141:is along these three lines that the work of the churches should, in the future, be directed; theProblems, 141:forward of this task would truly restore the churches and obliterate all the failures of the past.Problems, 141:there are certain basic truths which the churches can present to men everywhere - truths which areProblems, 141:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches 1. The Fact of God, Immanent and TranscendentProblems, 142:in every created form. Today we should have the churches presenting a synthesis of these two ideasProblems, 142:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches 2. The Fact of Immortality and EternalProblems, 142:of Rebirth and the Law of Cause and Effect. The churches in the West have refused officially toProblems, 142:from which there is no possible exit. The churches in the East have over-emphasized these laws soProblems, 144:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches 3. Christ and the Hierarchy The third greatProblems, 146:to a conquering church (conquering because the churches have done so fine a piece of work) but aProblems, 146:will know that it is He Who is overthrowing the churches by the strength of His influence over theProblems, 147:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches 4. The Brotherhood of Man Much has beenProblems, 148:betray which have engrossed the attention of the churches to the exclusion of the penetrating,Problems, 148:man. It is the fact of brotherhood which the churches must begin to teach - not from the angle of aProblems, 148:peace on earth through goodwill among men. The churches have forgotten that all men are sons of theProblems, 149:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches 5. The Divine Approaches To all these aboveProblems, 152:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches IV. The Regeneration of the Churches Can theProblems, 152:of the Churches IV. The Regeneration of the Churches Can the churches, both in the East and in theProblems, 152:IV. The Regeneration of the Churches Can the churches, both in the East and in the West, beProblems, 153:been presented; salvation is not achieved as the churches teach; man is not the miserable sinnerProblems, 153:is unreal but the Real exists; it exists for the churches and for the professional representativesProblems, 153:group of men on earth. The salvation of the churches rests on the humanity of its representativesProblems, 154:spiritual might let them eliminate out of the churches those materially minded and narrowProblems, 155:of all faiths everywhere in the world. The churches in the West need to realize that basicallyProblems, 155:of Humanity - Chapter V - The Problem of the Churches V. The New World Religion In what way will
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