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Ba and the ka significance of the, 111:0.4 (1215.4)

Baal cult, of, two major doctrines of the, 97:3.3 (1064.7)
     Elijah’s fight against, 97:2.1 (1064.2)
     followers of, socioeconomic clash between Yahweh believers and, 97:3.1 (1064.5)
     the god of fertility, 97:3.3 (1064.7)
     Judah’s return to the worship of, under Manasseh, 97:9.23 (1074.5)
     meaning of the word, 97:3.3 (1064.7)
     -Perazim, Old Testament reference to, significance, 97:9.12 (1073.2)
     priests of, Elijah’s exposure of the, 123:5.12 (1363.5)
     worship, an analysis of, 97:9.24 (1074.6)
     Yahweh and, 97:3.0 (1064.5–1065.3), 97:9.26 (1075.2)

Baalim politicians control of Judah’s courts and priesthood by the, 97:9.24 (1074.6)

Baalites the aristocratic landlords, 97:3.4 (1065.1)
     attitude of, toward ownership of the land, 97:3.3 (1064.7)
     eighty per cent of David’s soldiers, 97:9.12 (1073.2)
     Elijah’s campaign against the, 97:3.6 (1065.3), 97:9.19 (1074.1)
     owners of houses, lands, and slaves, 97:3.4 (1065.1)

Babe(s) Avonals on magisterial missions not born as, 20:2.6 (225.5)
     of Bethlehem, Jesus’ second coming not as a, 176:4.5 (1919.2)
          a Michael Son born of woman as the, 21:4.3 (239.9)
          reaction to the Salvington broadcast telling of the birth of the, 119:7.3 (1316.6)
          visit of the priests of Ur to the, 122:8.6 (1352.2)
     helpless, Jesus to appear as a, 122:2.6 (1346.1)
          Michael’s Urantia bestowal as a, 120:1.1 (1325.3)
     prophecy of Jesus’ appearance as a, 122:8.6 (1352.2)
     of the realm, Jesus as a, 127:6.15 (1405.7)

Babel vs. Bablot, 77:3.3 (858.4)
     and the national name of the Mesopotamian invaders, 78:8.4 (876.1)
     tower of, 77:3.0 (858.2–859.3)

Bablod vs. Bablot, 77:3.3 (858.4)

Bablot breakup of the project of, 77:3.4 (858.5)
     conflict, and establishment of Nodite centers, 77:4.2 (859.5)
     identity of, 77:3.1 (858.2)
     interruption of work on, reasons for, 77:3.4 (858.5)
     plan of, for Nodite memorial, 77:3.2 (858.3)

Baboon ancestry of, 62:3.12 (706.3)

Baby(ies) deformed or premature, early superstitions relating to, 84:1.4 (932.1)
     and early differentiation of male and female activities, 68:2.6 (765.3)
     girl, killed before times of wife purchase, 68:6.8 (770.5)
     human, lack of education of, at birth, 81:6.24 (909.5)
     Jesus, secretion of, with Joseph’s relatives, 122:10.1 (1353.28)
     men’s and women’s attitude toward, 69:3.2 (774.1)

Babylon Jesus’ visit to, 134:1.1 (1483.3)
     Old Testament Jewish religion’s real origin in, during the captivity, 97:9.27 (1075.3)
     one of the kingdoms of Daniel’s great image, 135:3.2 (1498.1)
     origin of astrology in, 121:5.5 (1337.1)
     people of Jerusalem taken captive to, 97:9.26 (1075.2)
     Peter’s visit to the churches in, 139:2.11 (1551.7)
     significance of baptism in, 85:4.1 (946.8)

Babylonia contact of, with Palestine, 121:2.2 (1333.4)

Babylonian(s) Abner’s philosophy less Hellenic than, 166:5.4 (1831.7)
     captivity, compilation of Hebrew narratives during the, 93:9.8 (1023.5)
          effect of, upon the Jews, 93:9.9 (1023.6)
          of the Jews, repercussions of, 143:4.2 (1612.2)
          Jews’ explanation of the, 135:5.2 (1500.2)
     cavalrymen, penetration of, into Mesopotamia, 79:1.5 (879.2)
     early triad gods of the, 104:0.3 (1143.3)
     embellishment of story of man’s creation by the, 74:8.6 (837.5)
     vs. Hellenistic schools of Jewish thought, 128:5.3 (1414.1)
     ideas, incorporation of, into Christianity, 146:1.3 (1637.5)
     Ishtar, worship of, in Arabia, 95:7.2 (1050.7)
     the Jews’ inherited ideas from the, 95:2.1 (1043.7)
     a part of the Semitic race, 121:2.1 (1333.3)
     superstitions of, the source of magicians’ practices, 150:3.11 (1681.6)
     teachers, saving of Jewish theology by, 121:6.8 (1339.4)
     teachings, in beliefs of Rimmonites, 146:1.1 (1637.3)
     theologic thought, influence of, on the Hebrew religion, 96:0.3 (1052.3)
     traditions, influence of, on the Jews, 97:7.2 (1068.2)
     triad, identity of, 95:1.4 (1042.5)

Bachelor tax and state police forces in the continental nation, 72:7.5 (815.5)

Backboned animals fishes the first, 65:2.6 (732.4)

Backthrust of continental drift, effect of, 60:3.13 (690.4)

Backward and lazy peoples, slavery’s influence on, 69:8.6 (779.5)
     peoples, and the Roman state, 71:1.19 (801.7)
     tribes, ancient, slavery not practiced by, 69:8.7 (779.6)

Bacteria destruction of small plants in vegetative land-life era by, 59:4.13 (679.6)
     disease-causing, renegade parasitic fungi, 65:2.3 (732.1)
     parasitic, effect of, on human species, 65:5.2 (736.5)
     in plant kingdom, compared to ameba in animal kingdom, 65:2.4 (732.2)
     and plant life, common ancestry of, 65:2.3 (732.1)
     position of, in plant evolution, 65:2.4 (732.2)
     regression behavior of, 65:2.3 (732.1)

Bad luck about, 86:1.0 (950.3–951.2)
     definition, 86:1.4 (950.6)
     the ghost cult and, 87:0.1 (958.1)
     man’s dread of, consequence, 86:1.2 (950.4), 89:2.1 (975.5)
     primitive man’s explanation of, 87:4.5 (961.6)
     savages’ fear of, 86:1.2 (950.4)
     spirits, comparative numbers of, 87:4.4 (961.5)

Badge of distinction clothing an early, 69:5.6 (776.4)

Badonan children of, belief of in two souls, 86:5.17 (955.5)
     cultural center of, location, 79:0.1 (878.1)
     identity of, 64:3.1 (720.2)
     tribes, cultural status of, 64:2.4 (719.7)
          Indian cultural center of, 64:3.1 (720.2)
          racial struggle of, 64:5.1 (722.2)
     war against inferior neighbors, 64:3.5 (720.6)

Badonites homeland of, location, 64:3.2 (720.3)
     living quarters of the, 64:3.2 (720.3)
     work of, 67:6.1 (759.4)

Bag of Judas David’s turning over to Matthew, 190:1.3 (2030.2)

Baganda tribes of Africa present status of prayer of the, 91:0.5 (994.5)

Balance wheel(s) dark islands of space as astronomical, 15:6.11 (173.1)
     of infinity, triunities the functional, 104:4.46 (1150.13)
     for Peter, James a, 139:3.7 (1553.3)
     Seven Master Spirits the mind-spirit, 13:4.2 (150.1)
     universe, unclassified power centers as, 29:2.19 (322.3)

Balances secoraphic, 28:6.15 (316.2)

Balkans Andonite invasion of Europe via the, 80:9.6 (898.1)

Ballots vs. bullets, in cultural growth, 71:2.7 (802.1)

Baluchistan Andite infiltration through, 79:1.1 (878.2)
     influx of superior peoples into India through, 79:2.4 (880.2)

Bandages linen, women’s provision of, for Jesus’ embalming, 189:4.3 (2025.4)

Bank of human experience, solvency of the, 195:6.1 (2076.6)
     moral, of the ages, unthinking run on the, 195:6.1 (2076.6)
     spiritual, of the kingdom of heaven, disbursement of, 195:6.1 (2076.6)

Banker the early, 69:5.2 (775.10)

Banking conduct of, by money-changers, 173:1.4 (1889.2)
     in temple, origin of, 173:1.3 (1889.1)

Banner of Lucifer description, 53:5.5 (606.1)
          nonenlistment by any Panoptians under the, 53:7.1 (607.2)
     of Michael description, 53:5.4 (605.8)
          display of, by Gabriel, 53:5.4 (605.8)

Banquet(s) access of the public to Pharisee, 147:5.2 (1651.6)
     Jesus’ admonition regarding one’s guests at a, 167:1.5 (1834.3)
     public, Jewish custom regarding women at a, 172:1.2 (1878.5)
          at Simon’s Bethany home, purpose, 172:1.2 (1878.5)

Baptism(s) of Abraham the Sanhedrist by Abner, 148:8.1 (1665.4)
     of all believers on the Perean mission by the seventy, 165:0.4 (1817.4)
     apostles’ Gilboa decision in regard to, 144:6.7 (1625.4)
     of believers, 149:0.3 (1668.3), 165:3.9 (1820.8)
     Christ Michael’s living under evolutionary religion up to time of his, 101:6.5 (1112.1)
     a common practice in Mithraism and Christianity, 98:6.4 (1083.4)
     conversation of Jesus with John at his, 135:8.5 (1504.3)
     day of Jesus’, universe announcement of his sovereignty achievement on, 134:8.9 (1494.2)
     of the divine Spirit, water baptism as the emblem of, 144:6.9 (1625.6)
     early and later, rituals of, 194:4.9 (2067.4)
     of Flavius, 142:4.4 (1600.5)
     with the Holy Spirit, Jesus’ statement regarding, 137:8.10 (1536.7), 141:6.5 (1593.1)
          John’s assertion regarding, 135:7.2 (1503.2), 135:9.4 (1505.4), 135:9.7 (1505.7)
     the Immanuel conference as recalled by Jesus on the day of his, 129:3.9 (1424.4)
     of Jesus, 136:2.0 (1510.4–1512.4)
          apostles’ recollection of John’s pronouncement at the, 142:7.14 (1604.9)
          date, 135:8.6 (1504.4)
          and end of second stage of his human life, 157:6.3 (1749.2)
          and the making of his two minds one, 129:4.2 (1425.1)
          presence of certain apostles at the, 157:7.5 (1751.4)
     Jesus’, and the forty days, 136:0.0 (1509.1–1523.6)
          and his first knowledge of Gabriel’s visit to Mary, 126:2.4 (1388.4)
          historical record of date of, 136:2.8 (1512.4)
          manifestations attendant upon, 196:1.9 (2091.5)
          significance of, 136:2.3 (1511.2)
     Jesus’ arrangement to advise his brothers as to their, 135:8.2 (1503.5)
          comment on, at Amathus, 141:6.5 (1593.1)
          doubts as to his divine nature prior to his, 128:1.8 (1408.5)
          nonopposition to his apostles’ practice of, 170:5.13 (1865.3)
          presentation of himself to John for, 134:9.8 (1495.5), 135:8.4 (1504.2), 136:2.3 (1511.2)
          request for, reasons, 135:8.5 (1504.3)
          use of no supernatural power prior to his, 128:1.3 (1407.8)
     by Jesus’ apostles in case of John’s death, 144:6.7 (1625.4)
     of Jesus’ converts by John’s apostles, 144:6.7 (1625.4)
     Jewish practice of, for gentile proselytes, 135:6.4 (1502.2)
     John’s, Jesus’ query as to source of authority for, 173:2.4 (1892.1)
          temple rulers’ confession of ignorance concerning, 173:2.5 (1892.2)
     the Master’s completion of his seventh bestowal at the time of his, 186:5.3 (2002.4)
     in the name of Jesus, vs. Father, Son, and Spirit, by early Christians, 194:4.9 (2067.4)
     number of John the Baptist’s, 135:6.4 (1502.2)
     a onetime religious ceremonial in Babylon, 85:4.1 (946.8)
     the only prerequisite to membership in the fellowship of believers, 194:4.9 (2067.4)
     Pentecost the great Jewish festival of, 194:1.5 (2060.5)
     at Pentecost not indicative of disconnection with Jewish faith, 194:1.5 (2060.5)
     of the Pharisee lawyer, 174:4.4 (1901.4)
     the price of compromise by Jesus’ followers, 144:7.1 (1626.2)
     of repentance, Jews’ introduction to, 135:6.4 (1502.2)
     significance of, 87:6.12 (964.11), 170:5.13 (1865.3)
          assigned to, by Gilboa conference, 144:6.9 (1625.6)
     of the spirit, a definition, 148:4.8 (1660.7), 194:2.10 (2061.8)
          and entrance into the kingdom, 148:4.8 (1660.7)
     Sychar dwellers’ request for, 143:6.2 (1615.3)
     of three spies, 148:9.4 (1667.2)
     with water, John’s assertion as to his, 135:7.2 (1503.2), 135:9.4 (1505.4), 135:9.7 (1505.7)
     worship of Jesus by followers subsequent to his, 128:1.13 (1409.3)

Baptismal candidates, John’s surprise at Jesus’ appearance in the line of, 135:8.4 (1504.2)
     ceremonies, interruption of, by John, 135:8.5 (1504.3)

Baptize agreement by disciples and apostles as to who would, 144:6.7 (1625.4)
     the apostles being sent out two and two to, on third preaching tour, 150:0.4 (1678.4)
          continue to, on first preaching tour, 146:3.9 (1642.5)
          did not yet, during early public work, 142:4.4 (1600.5), 143:6.2 (1615.3)
               their new disciples, while John preached, 141:1.4 (1588.2)
     the evangelists did not, until ordained as the seventy, 148:1.4 (1658.3)
     group that continued to, in John’s name, 137:2.2 (1526.2)
     the six apostles instructed not to, 138:1.1 (1538.3)

Barabbas the crowd’s cheer at Pilate’s order to release, 185:8.2 (1996.6)
     a former hero of the penitent brigand, 187:4.5 (2009.4)
     identity of, 185:5.3 (1993.3)
     Jesus’ substitution for, 187:0.2 (2004.2)
     Pilate’s question to the crowd whether to release, 185:5.4 (1993.4)
     the two crucified thieves former associates of, 187:0.2 (2004.2)
     urging of the crowd by Jewish rulers to call for the release of, 185:5.8 (1994.2)

Barbarian(s) belief of, concerning the nature of God, 188:5.11 (2019.4)
     Christianity’s conquest of the, 195:10.18 (2086.4)
     horsemen, from the north, influence of, on the Mesopotamian religion, 95:1.1 (1042.2)
     influence of, on the ruin of Mesopotamia, 78:8.11 (877.1)
     morasses, a source of the stream of modern Christianity, 195:9.11 (2083.7)
     northern, conquest of Mesopotamia by the, 78:6.8 (874.5)
     twentieth-century, revealed religion and absurd beliefs of, 86:4.6 (953.5)

Barbarism Chinese history an account of the ascent of a superior people from, 79:8.15 (888.8)
     planetary, sex tyranny an indication of, 49:4.4 (564.6)

Barbers the original matchmakers, 83:2.1 (923.1)

Bargaining with God philosophic, man’s evolution to the point of, 89:8.6 (983.4)

Barnabas a convert of Rodan, 194:4.11 (2068.1)

Barnacles first appearance of, 59:4.3 (678.4)

Barometers living, frandalanks as, 29:4.37 (328.6)

Barren wives redemption of, by their parents, 82:3.14 (917.2)
     use of dolls by, 88:6.4 (972.4)

Barrenness the most frequent cause for separation in primitive marriages, 83:7.2 (928.3)
     supposed causes of, 83:4.4 (924.7)

Barrier kingdom’s ability to break down every, 140:1.6 (1569.3)

Barter the first, technique of, 69:4.2 (775.2)
     group, and commerce, 69:3.11 (774.10)
     goods commonly used for, 69:4.5 (775.5)
     legitimacy of honest, recognized by Jesus, 132:5.5 (1462.6), 132:5.17 (1464.1)
     presence of, in the temple, effects on Jesus, 125:5.6 (1382.8), 173:1.5 (1889.3)
     security measures in early, 69:4.3 (775.3)
     silent, period of, 69:4.1 (775.1)
     traits developed by, effect of, on primitive prayer, 89:8.7 (983.5)

Bartholomew Nathaniel’s father, death of, 139:6.9 (1559.4)

Bartimeus the blind beggar of Jericho, 171:5.1 (1873.1)
     reaction of, to the restoration of his sight, 171:5.3 (1873.3)

Basalt formations created by extrusion of, 60:1.3 (685.5)
     molten, the undercushion of the earth’s crust, 58:5.3 (668.5)
     weight of, effect on ocean beds and continents, 58:5.6 (668.8)

Basic energies, reactivity of high spirits to certain, 44:0.15 (498.6)
     human institutions, about, 69:1.0 (772.4–773.1)

Basket incident of Jesus and John Mark with the, 177:1.2 (1920.6)
     weaving, origin of the art of, 81:2.18 (902.8)

Basques and Berbers representatives of the survival of the blue man, 80:9.11 (898.6)

Bat family ancestry of the, 65:2.12 (733.2)
     mammalian air navigators, 49:2.17 (562.1)

Batanea Jesus’ and his associates’ journey through, 154:7.4 (1723.7)
     plans for apostolic tour through, 155:0.1 (1725.1)

Bathing in the past and present, 87:6.12 (964.11)
     a religious ceremony before Caligastia, 66:5.21 (748.2)

Bathsheba ancestor of Jesus’ mother, 122:1.2 (1345.1)
     David’s marriage to, 97:9.10 (1072.8)
     Solomon the son of, 97:9.15 (1073.5)

Battalion number of the destiny guardian of human subject used in these contactual communications, 113:2.6 (1243.3)
     of seraphim, number in, 38:6.1 (421.4)

Batteries soul’s spiritual, prayer the recharging of the, 144:4.8 (1621.7)

Battle contention, and slaughter, Jesus’ repugnance for, 136:9.7 (1522.6)
     cry, of the Father’s kingdom, a definition, 140:1.3 (1568.6)
          of the Lucifer rebellion, 53:4.2 (604.4)
     for existence, and physical environment, 5:5.1 (68.4)
     of a new day, the struggle with spiritual darkness, 191:1.2 (2039.2)

Bautan identity and influence of, 94:7.5 (1035.5)

Beam and mote casting out of, 140:3.17 (1571.4)

Bearing one another’s burdens men’s sometime delight in, 71:4.16 (804.16)

Beast(s) of burden, man at one time a, 81:2.12 (902.2)
     envy of, by savages, 88:1.4 (967.6)
     the four, of John’s vision, real identity and appearance of, 34:4.12 (378.6)
     not distinguished from men and gods by the savage, 85:6.1 (948.1)
     protection from, a stimulus for man’s innovations, 66:5.8 (746.6), 69:6.2 (777.5), 69:7.1 (778.4)
     secondary midwayers’ power over, 77:8.11 (865.4)
     wild, use of, in defense of Garden, 73:4.3 (824.2)

Beating of girls after their monthly periods, 84:4.8 (936.1)

Beautification biologic, possibilities of, on architectural worlds, 43:6.7 (492.7)

Beautiful adoration of the, not the worship of God, 5:5.4 (68.7)
     the art of the, besmirched by the presence of evil, 111:7.5 (1223.7)
     finite antithesis of the, 56:10.4 (646.5)
     love of the, and aesthetic appreciation, 56:10.7 (646.8)
     love of the essence of the, 192:2.1 (2047.5)
     the supernal achievement of the supremely, 56:10.3 (646.4)

Beauty of the Adjuster, the mortal’s possible consciousness of the, 109:5.2 (1199.3)
     an aid to worship, 167:6.6 (1840.5)
     appreciation of, 3:5.16 (52.2)
          and mortals’ recognition of a God of love, 56:6.3 (641.4)
          of Nodites and Adamites, relation to sex interest, 82:1.2 (913.5)
          a result of, 56:10.9 (646.10)
     association of truth, fact, and relationship with philosophic concepts of, 44:7.2 (507.3)
     attractiveness of, 2:7.12 (43.5)
     a comprehensible element of Deity, 56:10.2 (646.3)
     concealment of Paradise values of, 195:7.4 (2078.7)
     creation of, Father and Son equal in, 6:2.7 (75.4)
     a definition, 55:3.4 (625.3), 56:10.17 (647.8)
     divine, Havoners’ exultation in, 14:4.13 (157.5)
          mortal attempt to depict human recognition of, 44:7.3 (507.4)
          morontia synthesizers’ portrayal of, 44:6.9 (507.1)
          relation of, to goodness, righteousness, and justice, 44:7.2 (507.3)
          seen in the physical universe, 2:6.1 (40.5)
          a true spirit value, 180:5.9 (1950.4)
     divinity of God’s, 131:4.4 (1448.3)
     a factor in love, 140:8.31 (1583.5)
     a function of, 56:10.17 (647.8)
     Greek religion based on, 5:4.5 (67.3)
     the Greek’s reverence for, 195:1.6 (2071.6)
     the Greeks’ exaltation of, 191:5.3 (2043.1)
     Hellenic concepts of, 92:6.17 (1011.15)
     the highest, nature of, 56:10.4 (646.5)
     human, enhancement of ideas of, in Dalamatia, 66:5.24 (748.5)
     ideal of, the God of the artist, 5:5.3 (68.6)
     and idolatry, Jesus’ discussion of, with Flavius, 142:4.3 (1600.4)
     man’s attainment of, through truth, 103:9.10 (1142.1)
     and man’s intellectual approach to universe realities, 56:10.11 (647.2)
     material, of Paradise, 11:0.2 (118.2)
     one admires but does not worship, 101:8.1 (1114.5)
     percent of workers’ income devoted to, on a world in light and life, 55:3.4 (625.3)
     primitive man’s fear of human, 87:5.6 (963.1)
     pursuit of, man’s limitation in, 56:10.3 (646.4)
     a reality, 2:7.8 (43.1)
     relative, relation of, to idealism, 3:5.11 (51.10)
     rhythm, and harmony, intellectual spiritual relations of, 44:7.2 (507.3)
     search for, as a part of religion, 101:9.4 (1115.5)
     spirituality’s influence regarding ability to discover, 100:2.4 (1096.1)
     the supreme, a definition, 56:10.3 (646.4)
          discernment of, definition, 2:7.8 (43.1)
     thirst for, relation of, to curiosity, 56:10.6 (646.7)
     and triumph over ugliness, 156:5.5 (1738.4)
     and truth, 2:7.8 (43.1)
     truth, and goodness, 56:10.0 (646.2–648.4), 132:2.7 (1458.4)
               appreciation of, inherent in perfection of divine universe, 3:5.16 (52.2)
               concept of, not inherent in physics and chemistry, 195:6.11 (2077.7)
               concern with, on worlds settled in light and life, 56:10.9 (646.10)
               creature’s capacity to grasp, and the manifestations of God’s love, 1:4.5 (26.7)
               divinity comprehensible to creatures as, 0:1.17 (3.4)
               experiential blending of, and Godlikeness, 44:7.4 (507.5)
               one’s pursuit of, leads to God, 195:6.17 (2078.3)
               relation of, to health, sanity, and happiness, 2:7.11 (43.4)
               relation of, to love, 5:4.6 (67.4)
               the revelation of divinity reality to finite man, 56:10.20 (648.3)
               training of children in, on worlds in light and life, 55:3.10 (625.9)
               unification of, in experience, 44:7.4 (507.5)
     ultimate, relation of goodness to, 2:7.8 (43.1)
     the unification of contrasts, 56:10.3 (646.4)
     universal, some factors of, 56:10.17 (647.8)
     value of, to the urge to worship, 167:6.5 (1840.4)

Bed of ease life, even on most ideal evolutionary worlds, not a, 50:6.3 (578.3)

Bedchamber wedding guests filing through, as legal witnesses of marriage, 83:4.8 (925.4)

Bedouin(s) belief of, regarding sand whirls, 85:4.2 (947.1)
     captives, an evaluation of the, at time of Moses, 96:2.3 (1055.1)
          meager religion of, at time of Moses, 96:3.2 (1055.5)
     Melchizedek’s difficulty in teaching the, the identity of the Trinity, 104:1.3 (1143.6)
     Semites, exodus of, to Egypt during a famine, 96:2.2 (1054.7)
          influence of, on the Mesopotamian religion, 95:1.1 (1042.2)
     slaves, noncomprehension of advanced Egyptian religious philosophy by the, 96:4.1 (1056.3)
     tribes, post-Moses return of the, to the worship of olden gods, 96:5.8 (1058.6)

Beelzebub identification of, 53:1.5 (602.2), 77:7.4 (863.5)
     Jesus’ work by the supposed power of, 153:4.2 (1714.1), 169:0.7 (1850.7)
     the prince of devils, alleged source of Jesus’ power, 153:4.2 (1714.1), 169:0.7 (1850.7)

Beeroth Jesus’ visit to, 134:7.5 (1492.5)

Beersheba Jesus’ visit to, 134:7.4 (1492.4)
     resurrection message carried to, 190:1.8 (2031.2)

Beggar(s) access to Pharisee banquet rooms by, 147:5.2 (1651.6)
     born blind, Jesus’ plan for use of the, 164:3.1 (1811.2)
     of Naples, Jesus’ refusal to waste words upon the, 130:8.4 (1440.4)

Beginning(s) and absonite realities, 0:1.12 (2.12)
     of capital, 69:5.0 (775.9–777.3)
     of the Christian church, 194:4.0 (2066.1–2068.3)
     and endings, 32:5.2 (364.4)
     of the Eternal Son, impossibility of, 6:0.2 (73.2)
     and finite realities, 0:1.11 (2.11)
     of government, 70:5.0 (788.13–789.7)
     the Last Supper, 179:2.0 (1937.7–1938.2)
     need for concept of, 14:4.10 (157.2)
     the public work, 141:0.0 (1587.1–1595.7)
     of trade, 69:4.0 (775.1–8)

Behavior gulf, a constant, between the sexes, 84:5.13 (938.3)
     mortal, inability of dead theory to control, 34:6.6 (380.7)
     personal, rules of, apostles’ translation of Jesus’ teachings into, 140:10.2 (1584.5)

Beheading of John the Baptist effect of, on Judas’s attitude, 177:4.11 (1926.4)
     occasion of, 135:12.7 (1508.7), 144:9.1 (1627.6)

Being(s) the divine, characteristics of, 131:4.2 (1448.1)
          mortal’s inseparable companion, 131:4.3 (1448.2)
     of infinite attributes, Jesus’ making known to man a, 169:4.13 (1857.4)
     intelligent, beneficent Father of, God the, 3:5.4 (51.3)

Beirut Jesus’ visit to, 156:3.1 (1736.6)

Beit Adis identification of, 136:4.14 (1515.8)

Beit Jenn Jesus’ Mount Hermon headquarters, 134:8.1 (1492.8)

Bel for the Babylonians, Jeremiah’s proclamation as to, 97:6.2 (1067.5)
     a Mesopotamian deity, 95:1.4 (1042.5)
     -Marduk, Mesopotamians’ reduction of many gods to the one, 96:0.1 (1052.1)
          temple of, 95:1.10 (1043.5)

Belief(s) a determiner of conduct, 99:4.5 (1090.1)
     diversity of, Thomas’s query as to reasons for, 155:4.2 (1728.2)
     erroneous, Jesus’ correction of, 138:6.4 (1543.2)
     a factor in effective prayer, 144:3.17 (1620.15)
     vs. faith, in power of growth, 101:8.1 (1114.5)
     in the Father, and status in heavenly citizenship, 142:5.2 (1601.2)
     in fetishes, 88:1.0 (967.3–968.5)
     fixates, faith liberates, 101:8.2 (1114.6)
     in God, unswerving, spiritual faith’s persistence in the, 101:3.11 (1108.10)
     human, characteristics of, 132:3.4 (1459.4)
          possible conflict between knowledge and, 132:3.4 (1459.4)
     intellectual, change from, to a living faith, 155:6.4 (1731.2)
          religion never a mere matter of, 160:5.2 (1780.4)
     interpretative, religion a pursuit of values and a system of, 103:1.4 (1130.3)
     in Jesus, the apostles’, 138:7.3 (1544.2)
     men’s difficulty of agreement on, 103:1.4 (1130.3)
     of philosophy, the spirit experiencer’s right to challenge the unproved, 102:7.9 (1127.3)
     proof of attainment of level of faith by, 101:8.1 (1114.5)
     and rejoicing, of the new creature, 143:2.3 (1609.4)
     with rather than in Jesus, 196:0.13 (2089.3)
     traditional, the basis of other religions, 160:5.12 (1782.3)

Believe without seeing an agondonter’s ability to, 50:7.2 (579.1)

Believer(s) accompanying Jesus through Perea, 171:1.2 (1868.4)
     all, the sons of God, 181:2.14 (1958.1)
     apostolic, Jesus’ prayer for the salvation of, 182:1.6 (1964.3)
     in the brotherhood of the Father’s kingdom, followers of Jesus to be, 178:1.17 (1932.2)
     calling of, at the Zebedee home, 192:4.1 (2050.4)
     centers, the messengers’ departure to all, 190:1.8 (2031.2)
     conference of, in Magadan Park, 157:2.1 (1744.4)
     constant request of, for instruction in prayer, 144:1.10 (1618.4)
     at the cross when Jesus died, 187:5.4 (2010.5)
     desire of, to follow the apostles to Jerusalem, 141:1.1 (1587.3)
     early, in Jesus, a sect within Judaism, 194:4.12 (2068.2)
     evidence by, of belief in immortality, 102:2.3 (1119.8)
     faint-hearted, Jesus’ admonition regarding, 180:3.1 (1946.6)
     by faith, present kingdom-entrance of the, 170:2.20 (1861.2)
     falling away of, after the king-making episode, 152:6.2 (1705.2)
     -fellowship with the risen Christ, the doctrine of Christianity, 194:0.4 (2059.4)
     flight from Jerusalem by, on appearance of Roman troops, 176:1.5 (1913.4)
     gathering of, at Bethany for apostolic instruction, 162:9.1 (1798.2)
     genuine, nonanxiety of, about future punishment of sin, 188:4.10 (2017.5)
     in God, reply of the, to the doubter, 102:6.5 (1124.7)
     individual, God known through the personal experience of, 169:4.13 (1857.4)
          mission of Jesus to the, 145:2.4 (1629.5)
     instructions for teachers and, by Jesus, 159:3.0 (1765.3–1767.2)
     in Jesus’ gospel, Claudia a, 185:2.6 (1990.2)
     Jesus’ nineteen morontia appearances to his, 190:2.1 (2031.5)
          quandary as to what name should be given him by his, 126:3.7 (1390.2)
     large groups of, contention for preferment to be avoided by, 179:5.7 (1942.6)
     new, number of, baptized at Pentecost, 194:1.4 (2060.4)
     number of, at Jesus’ tenth morontia appearance, 191:4.1 (2041.4)
     one battle of the, doubt the, 159:3.8 (1766.4)
     onetime, in Galilee, number of, 152:6.2 (1705.2)
     prayer of, 144:3.0 (1619.5–1620.21)
     preaching of the gospel in power at Philadelphia by, 191:4.6 (2042.3)
     professed, fruits of the spirit a requisite for, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
     sincere, bestowal of the Spirit of Truth on all, 194:3.6 (2063.4)
     some characteristics of, 178:2.1 (1932.4)
     spiritual cohesiveness among, 7:1.6 (82.5)
     time of testing of Jesus’, 137:7.2 (1534.1)
     true, purpose of the existence of, 180:2.5 (1946.3)
          Son of Man’s spiritual incarnation in the souls of, 181:1.1 (1953.3)
          universal pouring out of the Spirit on, 194:3.6 (2063.4)
     truth-seeking, the Spirit’s forever unfolding of truth to the, 194:3.8 (2063.6)
     truth-taught, technique of the Master’s living in the experience of every, 194:3.1 (2062.10)

Believing brotherhood, apostles to perform greater acts of love in the kingdom of the, 180:1.1 (1944.4)
     dog, Norana’s claim to be a, 156:1.5 (1735.1)
     generations, hope of, as to Jesus’ second coming, 170:4.16 (1863.14)
     in him, sent by the Father, and eternal life, 182:1.3 (1963.5)
     in men, as did Jesus, the aim of kingdom believers, 196:1.5 (2091.1)
     only a part of Jesus’ religion, 159:5.8 (1769.10)
     salvation obtained by, 140:10.1 (1584.4)
     vs. thinking, in Greece, 98:2.8 (1079.5)
          in Palestine, 98:2.8 (1079.5)

Bell Chinese custom of human sacrifice when casting a, 89:6.4 (981.1)

Bellicosity of dawn mammals, benefits of, 62:2.5 (704.4)

Benares the location of Gautama’s school, 94:7.5 (1035.5)

Bend of the ages and Paradise gravity, 11:8.2 (125.5)

Benediction(s) of the Divine Counselor, “God the Father loves men . . .,” 3:6.8 (53.6)
     of Gabriel, upon Mary, 122:3.1 (1346.4)
     recited by ruler of synagogue, in Sabbath services, 150:8.6 (1685.4)

Benefactor(s) apostles’ unawareness of Matthew as their, 139:7.9 (1560.5)
     the Lord an all-powerful, 131:5.2 (1450.1)
     would-be, Josiah’s belief concerning Jesus, his, 164:3.11 (1812.5)

Beneficence earth child’s love due to his father’s, 149:6.4 (1675.5)
     experiencibility of the Infinite Spirit’s, 9:2.5 (100.7)
     extent of God’s, 92:4.7 (1007.7), 131:5.2 (1450.1)
     a father’s, results, 149:6.4 (1675.5)
     of God, and man’s service, 149:6.4 (1675.5)
     nearness and nature of the Eternal Son’s, 7:3.1 (84.1)

Benevolence heaven’s choicest gift to men, according to Confucianism, 131:9.2 (1452.6)
     vanquishment of hate by, 131:4.6 (1449.1)

Bengal current worship of a meteor at, 85:1.2 (944.6)

Berbers and Basques representatives of the survival of the blue men, 80:9.11 (898.6)

Bering isthmus, red races’ escape from Asia over the, 79:5.6 (883.7)
     land bridge, American lemurs’ migration over the, 62:1.2 (703.3), 65:2.15 (733.5)
          isthmus, sinking of, time of, 64:6.5 (723.4)
     Strait, closing of, result, 60:3.8 (689.7)
          land bridge, elevation of, 60:1.6 (686.2), 61:3.4 (696.8)
               submergences and emergences of, during Cenozoic age, 61:0.2 (693.2)

Bernice identification of, 156:2.2 (1735.6)

Bestowal(s) activities of Magisterial Sons on Jerusem, 46:5.12 (524.3)
     of Adam, Urantia races as affected by, 34:7.1 (382.1)
     of the Adamic blood, 51:5.0 (585.5–586.4)
     attendants, achievement of, 39:1.5 (427.5)
          of Avonal bestowals, 39:1.3 (427.3)
          function of, 39:1.6 (427.6)
          of incarnated Paradise Sons, 39:9.3 (442.1)
          training of, 39:1.5 (427.5)
     attitude of Eternal Son, 7:0.2 (81.2)
     Avonal, and the Creator Michael, dispatch of joint spirit of, to bestowal world, 52:5.6 (596.4)
          nonincarnation of, on subsequent missions to his bestowal world, 52:5.7 (596.5)
     of Avonals and Michaels, reason for, 20:5.3 (227.6)
          one of their functions, 20:2.3 (225.2)
     career of Michael, incompletion of, at time of Lucifer rebellion, 53:5.2 (605.6)
          requirement of almost one billion years to complete the, 119:0.7 (1309.1)
     changes in Creator Sons caused by, 21:4.6 (240.2)
     charge, Jesus’ post-baptismal recall of the, 136:3.6 (1513.3)
     of Christ Michael, 119:0.0 (1308.1–1319.2)
          final, on Urantia, 33:2.3 (367.5)
     commission, seventh, Immanuel’s presentation of, 120:0.9 (1325.2)
     counsel, Immanuel’s impartation of, to Michael, 120:0.6 (1324.3)
     of the Creator Son(s), benefits from, to other than the Sons themselves, 119:0.5 (1308.5)
          differences and similarity of, 21:4.3 (239.9)
          period of Urantia’s most favorable condition for, 121:1.1 (1332.2)
          relations between man and his Maker not dependent on, 186:5.5 (2002.6)
          seven groups of, 21:4.1 (239.7)
          unnecessary for rehabilitation of a planet, 20:5.6 (228.3)
          see also Creator Son(s) — Bestowals
     director of Satania, name and number of, 45:3.7 (512.7)
     effect on Jesus of the transfiguration, during final days of his, 171:4.9 (1872.6)
     emergencies, bestowal attendants’ training for, 39:1.5 (427.5)
     Eternal Son’s, on Havona, unique character of, 7:5.5 (86.6)
          results of, 7:5.10 (87.4)
     on evolutionary world, Creator Son unaccompanied on, 35:2.6 (386.4)
     experience of the Son of Man, apostles’ participation in, 142:7.2 (1603.3)
          terminal, and Creator Son’s arrival on Urantia, 120:0.1 (1323.1)
     of the Father, degree of, 3:1.12 (46.4)
          effect of, on his personality, 3:4.1 (49.5)
     final, Jesus’ choice of Urantia for his, 128:0.1 (1407.1)
     God’s, upon universes, 2:2.5 (36.3), 3:4.1 (49.5)
     Havona, of first-born Creator Son, 7:5.8 (87.2)
     his last, Jesus’ interest in returning to the planet of, 176:4.3 (1918.6)
     incarnations, of Magisterial Sons, archangels as personal aids on, 37:3.6 (409.3)
          possibility of disaster to Paradise Sons engaged in, 20:5.7 (228.4)
     an inherent attribute of the Paradise Sons, 119:0.2 (1308.2)
     Jesus’, apostles’ inability to comprehend the significance of, 144:1.1 (1617.4)
          the Father’s ordaining of the unfolding of, 128:4.9 (1413.5)
          illumination of the way of salvation by, 188:4.6 (2017.1)
          man’s possible inability to appreciate, 188:5.12 (2019.5)
          spiritual, Jewish rejection of, 176:1.2 (1913.1)
          unexpected in the spiritual life of the world, 170:4.14 (1863.12)
     Jesus’ declaration of his imminent finish of his earth, 182:1.3 (1963.5)
          growing self-consciousness of the nature of his, 126:1.1 (1387.1)
          visit to Mount Hermon on matters connected with his, 158:1.4 (1752.6)
     life on earth, the basis of Jesus’ religion, 141:7.4 (1593.5)
          Jesus’, memory of, and the new Passover, 179:5.9 (1943.2)
     limitations, of Michael, on Urantia, 120:2.0 (1327.1–1329.1)
     Lucifer’s attempt to turn back Michael from completing his, 53:9.2 (611.1)
     of Machiventa Melchizedek on Urantia races, 45:4.16 (514.6)
     the Master’s, beginning of the more divine phase of, 134:7.7 (1492.7)
     Melchizedek’s, Urantia, length of, 93:2.6 (1015.6)
     of Michael, drawing power of the whole, 188:5.10 (2019.3)
          a feature of, foreign to the Jewish concept, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
          and partial termination of Lucifer rebellion, 53:8.4 (609.7)
          Paul’s preaching of the historic fact of the, 121:5.16 (1338.1)
          terminal, changes in Nebadon upon the, 101:6.17 (1113.6)
          on Urantia, 21:4.5 (240.1), 120:0.0 (1323.1–1331.6)
               effect of, on Jerusem, 46:0.1 (519.1)
               and termination of freedom of Lucifer and Satan, 53:8.2 (609.5)
     Michael’s choice of Urantia for his final, reaction of Andon and Fonta to, 63:7.1 (717.2)
          double purpose in his seven, 120:0.4 (1324.1)
          payment of the full price of, 120:1.1 (1325.3)
          seventh, and reason for name Christ Michael, 33:1.1 (366.2)
          subjection to the wills of the associations of the persons of the Paradise Trinity, 120:0.4 (1324.1)
          Urantian, voluntary character of, 120:1.6 (1326.3)
     mission(s), of Avonals, 20:2.7 (225.6)
          of Avonals, and incarnation, 20:4.1 (226.5)
          bestowal Son’s reception of assurance of acceptance of his, 52:5.6 (596.4)
          Jesus’ adoption of designation “Son of Man” for his, 126:3.6 (1390.1)
               apparent interest, when on trial, only in his, 184:3.16 (1983.8)
          Michael’s progressive recognition of the nature of his, 120:2.9 (1329.1)
          preceded by magisterial missions, 20:4.1 (226.5)
          universal success of, 20:5.7 (228.4)
     mortal, careers of Paradise Sons, 20:5.0 (227.4–228.4)
          a prerequisite to sending the Spirit of Truth, 20:5.3 (227.6)
     mystery of Paradise Sons, and Eternal Son’s bestowals, 7:5.7 (87.1)
     original Michael’s, results, 7:5.9 (87.3)
     of Paradise Son(s), and man’s knowledge of Father, Son, and Spirit, 10:1.6 (109.4)
          Melchizedek’s preparation for the, 93:3.8 (1017.2)
          purpose of, erroneous idea of, on Urantia, 20:5.2 (227.5)
          on Urantia, reason for, 4:5.6 (60.5)
     of personality, a definition, 5:6.4 (70.5)
          an exclusive function of the universal Father, 5:6.1 (70.2)
          God’s, 5:0.2 (62.2)
     plan, emergency provisions of, 7:4.5 (85.6)
          explanation of the, 7:4.5 (85.6)
          sin and rebellion not concerned with the, 186:5.8 (2003.2)
     planetary, of Avonal Sons, effectiveness of, 35:0.1 (384.1)
          midwayers deprived of benefits of, 40:3.1 (444.3)
     a planetary and universe necessity, 20:6.7 (229.6)
     projects of Eternal Son, and the Father’s command, “Be you perfect . . .,” 7:5.1 (86.2)
     relation of magisterial missions to, 20:2.9 (225.8)
     school, on Edentia, as related to final bestowal of Michael, 43:1.6 (486.5)
     service, of Paradise Sons, importance of, to material beings, 6:8.4 (80.1)
          of Sons of God, purpose of, 20:1.14 (224.4)
     seven creature, of the Creator Son, type of sovereignty during, 21:3.7 (238.1), 21:3.15 (238.9)
     sevenfold, the supreme goal of Creator Sons, 20:5.2 (227.5)
     seventh, sovereignty of Michael on completion of his, 21:3.12 (238.6)
     seventh creature, of Creator Son, changed standing of Divine Minister at termination of, 33:3.5 (368.5)
     of his Son, revelation of the Father of spirits through the, 162:6.3 (1796.1)
     Son of Man’s entry on last year of his, 158:6.5 (1759.1)
     Son(s), enhancement of mission of, by loyal Planetary Prince and Material Son, 51:3.9 (584.2)
          enhancement of Paradise plan for mortal survival by life of the, 40:10.14 (454.3)
          experience of, on yielding up his incarnated life, 52:5.6 (596.4)
          incarnated, possible aftermath of Adjuster’s indwelling of an, 40:4.1 (444.4)
          liberation of Spirit of Truth by a, result of, 34:5.4 (379.4)
          Magisterial Sons as, 52:4.9 (595.4)
          planetary development on the advent of the, 52:5.3 (596.1)
          purpose of life and death of the, 52:5.4 (596.2)
          re-establishment of lines of communication with isolated planets by a, 35:9.9 (394.1)
          relation of magisterial missions to appearances of, 20:4.0 (226.5–228.4), 52:5.2 (595.7)
          revelation by the, of new ways for man to find God, 116:4.10 (1273.2)
          signal for the planetary arrival of the, 52:4.8 (595.3)
          Spirit of Truth a gift from the, 101:3.2 (1108.1)
          steps in mortal experience of, 20:6.2 (229.1)
          treatment of, on planets, the usual, 20:6.6 (229.5)
          “Word is made flesh” in the, 20:5.1 (227.4)
     of Sons of God, purpose, 7:4.5 (85.6)
          effect of, on interassociation of spiritual and material agencies, 77:1.2 (855.4)
     spheres, Michael’s technique of appearance on the first six, 120:1.1 (1325.3)
     spirit of, 7:5.0 (86.2–87.5)
     spirit of the Creator Son, 34:4.2 (377.6)
          of the Father, certain return of, to level of origin, 149:6.9 (1676.3)
               possibility of communion with, 5:1.3 (63.1)
     of the Spirit of Truth, 194:0.0 (2059.1–2068.3)
     terminal, worlds of, Master Sons’ control of plans for, 21:5.9 (241.3)
     undertakings, relation of mercy ministry enterprise to, 7:4.6 (85.7)
     universal, of mind, 56:2.2 (638.6)
     universal Father’s, and his possible suffering, 3:6.6 (53.4)
     universe, completion of Jesus’ last, 186:5.3 (2002.4)
     Urantia, Michael’s formulation of plans for his, 120:0.6 (1324.3)
               subjection to will of the Paradise Father on his, 120:2.1 (1327.1)
               voluntary divestment of all extraplanetary support during his, 120:1.3 (1325.5)
          the Son’s, culmination of, 124:6.16 (1376.2)
          twofold purpose of Michael’s, 128:0.2 (1407.2)
     of the word of God in the likeness of mortal flesh, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
     work of Jesus, completion of, 136:3.4 (1513.1)
     worlds, communication of Master Sons with, 21:5.10 (241.4)
          mortals’ contacts with Gabriel on the, 33:4.8 (370.5)
          of Paradise Sons, God referred to as “our Father” on, 1:1.5 (23.2)
          of a system, the four and twenty counselors assembled from, 50:2.2 (573.3)

Bethabara Bethany ford of the Jordan, 171:2.1 (1869.3)

Bethany apostolic corps’ arrival at, after ill treatment in Samaria, 162:0.3 (1788.3)
          headquarters at, during Passover, 147:2.1 (1648.3)
     belief of people of, in Jesus, 172:3.1 (1880.7)
     believers’ conferences with Jesus at, 162:1.4 (1789.3)
          gathering at, for apostolic instruction, 162:9.1 (1798.2)
     family (Lazarus’ s), the boy Jesus’ sojourn with the, 125:2.0 (1379.2–1383.3)
          Jesus’ deep affection for the, 127:6.3 (1404.2)
          love of Jesus by the, 125:2.7 (1380.2)
     garden, Jesus’ meditation in the, as to a plan for his lifework, 125:5.10 (1383.3)
     Jesus’ and the apostles’ arrival at, subsequent to Lazarus’s resurrection, 172:0.1 (1878.1)
               many visits at, 142:0.1 (1596.1)
          departure for, after the feast of tabernacles, 162:9.1 (1978.2)
          and his brother James’s Passover supper at, 127:3.4 (1399.3)
          and his brother Joseph’s Passover visit at, 128:1.15 (1409.5)
          and John Zebedee’s sojourn in, 134:9.2 (1494.5)
          return to, after Passover week, 125:4.1 (1381.3)
     Lazarus’s sojourn in, until crucifixion of Jesus, 168:5.1 (1849.5)
     Passover pilgrims’ stop at, 124:6.9 (1375.3)
     resting at, by Jesus and apostles, 142:7.1 (1603.2)
     resurrection message carried to, 190:1.8 (2031.2)
     secret meeting place near, Jesus’ escape to, 162:7.6 (1797.3)
     urgent message to Jesus from, regarding Lazarus’s illness, 167:3.6 (1836.5)
     welcoming of Jesus by common people of, 172:0.2 (1878.2)

Bethany beyond Jordan (in Perea), Jesus’ and the apostles’ four-week sojourn in, 141:7.0 (1593.2–1595.1)
     John the Baptist’s former work at, 141:7.1 (1593.2)
     John’s disciples remain at, teaching and baptizing, 141:9.2 (1595.6)

Bethany ford duration of John the Baptist’s preaching at, 135:6.5 (1502.3)
     John’s return to, after a year’s preaching, 135:10.2 (1506.4)

Bethel the apostolic group’s sojourn at, 143:0.1 (1607.1)
     Jesus’ and James’s discussion of Jewish history at, 127:3.3 (1399.2)

Bethesda pool at the, 147:3.0 (1649.1–1650.1)
     healing of the man at the, 147:3.5 (1649.5)
     reaction of Jesus’ words by the afflicted at the, 147:3.4 (1649.4)
     superstitions concerning the, 147:3.1 (1649.1)

Bethlehem Abner’s removal of headquarters from Hebron to, 159:6.4 (1771.5)
     David’s messengers’ Judean headquarters in, 159:6.4 (1771.5)
     Jesus with Abner at, 162:9.0 (1798.2–1799.1)
     Jesus’ and the apostles’ work in, 142:8.1 (1605.3)
          visit to, during his thirty-first year, 134:7.5 (1492.5)
     Joseph’s and Mary’s departure for, for enrollment, date of, 122:7.4 (1350.6)
          and Mary’s return to, from Alexandria, 123:0.4 (1356.1)
     of Judea, birthplace of Jesus, 122:5.9 (1349.5)
     Mary’s insistence on accompanying Joseph to, previous to Jesus’ birth, 122:7.2 (1350.4)
     reason for Joseph’s and Mary’s remaining in, with the baby Jesus, 122:8.4 (1351.8)
     star of, legend concerning, 122:8.7 (1352.3)

Beth-Marion a Phoenician woman, fate of, 148:8.4 (1666.3)

Beth-Meon the seventy’s labors in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Beth-Nimrah the seventy’s labors in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Bethpage and Bethany, hiding places of certain apostles, 183:4.3 (1976.1)
          welcoming of Jesus by common people of, 172:0.2 (1878.2)
     Jesus’ sojourn in, subsequent to Lazarus’s resurrection, 168:3.7 (1847.7)
     location of, 172:3.6 (1881.4)
     obtaining a colt from, for Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, 172:3.6 (1881.4)

Beth-Peor the seventy’s labors in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Bethsaida apostles’ departure for, subsequent to episode of feeding of the five thousand, 152:4.1 (1703.1)
          return to, with Jesus, subsequent to Jesus’ last synagogue appearance, 153:4.6 (1714.5)
          sojourn at, for Peter’s first public post-resurrection sermon, 192:4.2 (2050.5)
          two-week sojourn at, after first preaching tour, 147:0.1 (1647.1)
     apostolic assembling at, after the Nazareth rejection, 150:9.5 (1687.2)
          five-month encampment at, 148:0.1 (1657.1)
     assembly of truth seekers and curious spectators at, following the ordination of the twelve, 140:7.2 (1578.3)
     camp, capacity of the, 148:0.1 (1657.1)
          cosmopolitan character of visitors at the, 148:0.4 (1657.4)
          teaching program of the, 148:0.3 (1657.3)
          time of disbanding of, 148:2.5 (1659.2)
          near Zebedee residence, 148:0.1 (1657.1)
     conference of Jesus and four apostles, 149:7.3 (1677.4)
     David’s relay messenger service between Jerusalem and, 159:6.4 (1771.5)
     encampment, a model, 148:0.1 (1657.1)
          a self-sustaining enterprise, 148:0.5 (1657.5)
     good-bye, absence of Joseph’s family from, 141:0.2 (1587.2)
     hospital, 148:2.0 (1658.4–1659.2)
     -Julias, apostolic corps’ encampment at, 157:2.0 (1744.4–1745.1)
          apostolic overnight sojourn near, 155:0.1 (1725.1)
          assembling of five thousand at, 152:2.4 (1700.5)
          light-rejecting inhabitants of, 163:6.5 (1807.4)
          retirement to a park near, 152:2.1 (1700.2)
          visit to, on second preaching tour, 149:0.1 (1668.1)
     Mary’s return to, after the Passover, 187:4.7 (2009.6)
     news of Jesus’ impending crucifixion carried to, 186:3.2 (2000.5)
     training the evangelists at, 148:0.0 (1657.1–1667.2)
     visitors, Andrew’s management of the teaching of the, 140:7.2 (1578.3)

Beth-shean identity of, 124:3.6 (1370.4)

Beth-zur home of Ezda, 135:3.1 (1497.7)

Betrayal apostles’ unawareness of the time of the, 182:2.9 (1967.4)
     and arrest of Jesus, 183:0.0 (1971.1–1977.5)
     of his divine Master, causes of Judas’s, 193:4.4–14 (2056.2–2057.2)
     of Jesus, the cowardly act of a selfish deserter, 177:4.9 (1926.2)
          Judas’s entry into the plot for the, 139:12.12 (1567.5)
          money not a factor in the, 177:4.4 (1925.1)
          not required of an apostle, 179:4.1 (1940.3)
          Peter’s fear of being guilty of the, 191:1.1 (2039.1)
     Jesus’ forewarning his apostles about his, 179:4.5 (1941.2)
     Judas’s fear of his brethren’s learning of his, 179:4.3 (1940.5)
     last attempt of Jesus to prevent Judas’s actual, 183:3.4 (1974.2)
     last hour before the, 182:2.0 (1966.1–1968.1)
     possibilities of, relation of, to loyalty, 3:5.12 (51.11)
     time of, David Zebedee’s and John Mark’s knowledge of, 182:2.9 (1967.4)

Betrayer attempt of the, to return his reward money, 186:1.4 (1998.2)
     body of the, dashing to pieces of the, 186:1.7 (1998.5)
     desire of the, to identify Jesus and retire, 183:3.3 (1974.1)
     fear of the, of encountering Jesus’ devoted disciples, 183:2.2 (1972.3)
     of Jesus, a close associate, 182:3.9 (1969.4)
     Jesus’ last words to the, 179:4.0 (1940.3–1941.5)
          pity for Judas the, 139:12.14 (1567.7)
     John’s query as to the identity of the, 179:4.3 (1940.5)
     Peter’s eagerness to learn the identity of the, 179:4.4 (1941.1)
     vacant seat of the, Jesus’ sad countenance as he stood by the, 181:2.6 (1956.1)

Betrothal of Adamic children, average age of, 74:6.8 (835.2)
     onetime equivalent to marriage, 83:2.6 (923.6)
     with Thought Adjuster, efforts resulting from a subject’s, 108:5.2 (1191.3)
          prerequisite for, 109:2.4 (1196.6)
          a reality on worlds such as Urantia, 109:3.4 (1197.6)

Better life, apostles tasting the glories of a, 140:3.1 (1570.2)
     ways of living, Jesus setting men free to choose, 188:5.3 (2018.2)

Bewilderment of Annas over Jesus’ kindly manner of speaking, 184:1.6 (1979.4)

Bewitching Jesus’ denunciation of belief in, 150:3.12 (1681.7)

Bias freedom from, necessary in problem solving, 160:1.8 (1773.5)

Bibles Jewish and Christian, the real beginning of the, 97:9.20 (1074.2)

Bigheartedness of Jesus, 140:8.30 (1583.4)

Bigotry effect of, on revelation of truth, 159:4.9 (1768.5)
     faith’s nonfostering of, 101:8.3 (1114.7)
     human, Jesus’ life offered up as the price of, 171:4.7 (1872.4)
     James’s and John’s tendency toward, 139:4.8 (1555.1)
     a possible result of a doctrinal fetish, 88:2.7 (969.5)

Bildad advice of, to Job, 148:6.5 (1663.3)

Bilingualism of ascenders to Havona, 47:7.2 (537.2)
     of local universe residents, 44:4.3 (503.3)
     of ministering spirits of time, 38:7.5 (422.5)

Billion five, the approximate seating capacity of the Jerusem amphitheater, 46:3.2 (522.2)
          hundred, the projected number of architectural worlds in the seven superuniverses, 15:7.12 (175.3)
     one, glorified individual working groups, headquarters of, on Paradise, 11:3.4 (121.1)
          inhabitable worlds in a minor sector, 15:2.22 (167.13), 15:13.4 (181.4)
          moments, meaningless to creature purpose after consecration to the Father’s will, 118:1.2 (1295.2)
          more than, characters in the concept symbols of Uversa, 44:4.4 (503.4)
          spheres of Havona, 12:1.10 (129.8), 14:0.1 (152.1), 14:0.1 (159.2), 14:0.1 (166.8)
               functions of, 14:3.4 (156.1), 14:5.9 (159.5), 16:5.5 (191.3), 19:6.2 (221.4), 24:6.3 (270.1), 26:3.1 (288.1), 43:4.5 (489.8)
               inhabitants of, 14:4.11 (157.3), 14:4.18 (157.10)
          trillions of atoms in a drop of water, 41:7.13 (463.13)
          Urantia years, the approximate age of the planet, 57:7.3 (659.2), 59:0.1 (672.1), 119:0.7 (1309.1)
               the duration of Michael’s creature bestowal career, 119:8.2 (1318.1)
               the early growth phase of a giant sun, 41:9.3 (465.3)
               the length of a space-force phase from nether Paradise, 11:5.8 (123.1)
               space respiration phases in the reservoirs, 11:6.4 (123.6)
          worlds of Havona, administration of, 15:2.9 (166.8), 18:2.1 (208.6), 19:4.2 (217.8), 31:9.4 (351.5)
               arrangement of, 14:1.9 (152.11)
               lighting of, 13:0.4 (143.4)
               materialization of, 8:1.4 (91.1)
               perfection of, 3:5.15 (52.1)
               and physical gravity, 8:1.4 (91.1)
     four hundred, the approximate age of the local universe, 119:0.7 (1309.1)
     one hundred, inhabitable worlds in a major sector, 15:13.1 (181.1)
          tons of matter radiated by the sun annually, 41:9.3 (465.3)
     twenty-five, the continuation period of the sun’s present efficiency, 41:9.5 (465.5)
     two, year cycle of space respiration for seven superuniverses, 12:4.12 (134.1)

Binary stars energy action in marginal gases of the, 58:3.4 (667.3)

Biologic adversity, a result of, 59:6.10 (683.7)
     betterment, a function of the Adamic progeny, 51:5.3 (585.7)
     deterioration, a peril of industry, 70:2.16 (786.7)
     development, and appearance of man, 61:3.12 (697.7)
          evolutionary growth subsequent to height of, 66:5.16 (747.6)
     differentiation, sex domains determined by, 84:5.13 (938.3)
     disfellowship of Urantia’s unfit stocks, need for, 51:4.8 (585.4)
     elasticity, presence of, in nature, 42:9.5 (480.3)
     embellishment of architectural worlds by spornagia, 43:6.7 (492.7)
     evolution, achievement of human levels of will dignity, 62:7.7 (710.6)
          vs. cultural evolution, 81:6.1 (906.6)
          directionization of, by Life Carriers, 36:3.7 (400.2)
          nonnecessity of correlation between cultural civilization and, 81:5.1 (905.6)
          principle of, not conducive to self-restraint, 118:8.5 (1302.2)
          vs. social civilization, 83:6.7 (927.8)
          on Urantia, historic approach to, 19:1.6 (215.3)
          Urantian, effect of sin on, 67:7.6 (761.5)
     father, the father in the flesh, 51:6.7 (587.5)
     leaven, Amadonites as, 67:6.3 (759.6)
     limitations, of the Dravidians, 79:3.8 (881.8)
     and morontia art on Edentia, 43:1.4 (486.3)
     peak of racial progress, time of attainment of, on normal worlds, 49:5.24 (567.4)
     problems, system governments particularly concerned with, 33:6.3 (371.5)
     renovation of racial stocks, a means of class obliteration, 70:8.15 (793.7)
     safety brake, inertia the, 68:4.5 (767.5)
     segregation, of Adam and Eve from evolutionary mortals, 51:3.3 (583.2)
     status of evolutionary races, upstepping of, by Adamic progeny, 51:6.1 (586.5)
     strains, situation of, under receiver administration, 67:6.7 (760.2)
     tribulation, age of, 59:6.0 (682.7–684.2)
     uplifters, human evolutionary development prior to arrival of the, 65:3.5 (734.2)
          influence of, in planetary progress, 49:5.16 (566.4), 52:3.3 (593.2)
          Material Son and Daughter as, 49:5.24 (567.4)
          Planetary Adams as, 39:5.1 (436.5)
          planetary names for, 51:0.1 (580.1)
          second order of sonship, 51:0.1 (580.1)
          signal for dispatch of, to an evolutionary world, 51:0.1 (580.1)
          successful, destiny of, 40:2.2 (444.2)
          for Urantia, petition of Life Carriers for, 73:0.1 (821.1)
     upliftment, the role of progeny of Planetary Adams, 51:1.7 (581.4)

Biological deficiencies correction of, on first mansion world, 47:4.7 (535.3)

Biology revelation’s co-ordination of, 102:4.6 (1123.6)

Bipeds mortals of will dignity always, 49:4.1 (564.3)

Bird(s) age of, 60:3.0 (688.8–691.3)
     evolution of, in Miocene period, 61:3.14 (698.1)
     family, partially progressive descendants of frog family, 65:2.8 (732.6)
          Reptilia the ancestors of, 65:2.8 (732.6)
     of the heaven have nests, 157:6.12 (1750.6), 163:2.2 (1801.5)
     life, appearance of, time of, 60:3.22 (691.3)
          development of, in Oligocene period, 61:2.12 (696.3)
     many, value of, vs. that of the apostles, 165:5.2 (1823.2)
     modern, early ancestors of, 65:2.9 (732.7)
          existence of, in Oligocene period, 61:2.12 (696.3)
     nest of a, and fire making by Andon, 63:2.5 (712.5)
     onetime fetishes, 88:1.5 (967.7)
     passenger, characteristics of, 52:1.5 (590.1)
          early Urantia races’ utilization of, 52:1.5 (590.1)
          extinction of, time of, 66:5.6 (746.4)
          fandors, the name for, 66:5.6 (746.4), 74:3.4 (831.1)
          use of, by Adam and Eve, 74:3.4 (831.1)
     sudden appearance of, time of, 60:3.22 (691.3)
     transport, of Jerusem, speed of, 46:2.4 (521.1)
     true, ancestors of the, 60:3.22 (691.3)
          flying pterosaurs not ancestors to, 60:2.12 (688.4)

Birth(s) from above, and the kingdom of God, 142:6.4 (1602.3)
     Avonals’ nonexperience of, when on incarnation missions, 52:4.3 (594.6)
     a child’s existence before experiencing, 103:2.1 (1130.6)
     and infancy of Jesus, 122:0.0 (1344.1–1354.3)
     of Jesus, 122:8.0 (1351.5–1352.3)
          apostles’ knowledge of the place of, 142:3.2 (1605.4)
          date of, 122:8.1 (1351.5)
          like that of other children, 128:0.1 (1407.1)
     Jesus’ questions concerning, 123:2.3 (1357.7)
     John’s, news of, brought to Nazareth, 122:2.7 (1346.2)
     multiple, the exception on all types of planets, 49:4.4 (564.6)
     natural, and initiation of human life on inhabited worlds, 49:5.32 (568.3)
     physical, of Avonals, 20:2.3 (225.2)
     purpose of Jesus’, 185:3.4 (1991.4)
     of religion, a gradual emergence, 103:2.1 (1130.6)
          vs. so-called conversion experiences, 103:2.1 (1130.6)
     single, usual on all types of planets, 49:4.4 (564.6)
     of the spirit, definition, 34:6.7 (381.1)
          of Sons of God, 142:5.3 (1601.3)

Birthday Herod’s feast in celebration of his, 135:12.5 (1508.5)
     text, Jesus’ choice of a, 123:5.11 (1363.4)
          Jewish pupils’ golden rule, 123:5.11 (1363.4)

Birthplace of Jesus ignorance in southern Judea as to the, 142:8.2 (1605.4)

Bisexuality control by marriage of human relations arising out of, 83:1.1 (922.4)
     marriage an outgrowth of, 82:0.1 (913.1), 87:5.2 (962.3)
     of spornagia, 46:7.6 (528.4)

Bishop of the Asia churches, John Zebedee the, 139:4.6 (1554.4), 139:4.15 (1555.8)

Bithynia Matthew’s journeys through, 139:7.10 (1560.6)

Bitter herbs as used in the Passover feast, 125:2.2 (1379.3)

Bi-unification parental, by creature trinitizers, results, 22:7.9 (250.3)
     of personality, continuation of status of, 22:7.7 (250.1)
     spiritual, achievement of, by destiny guardian pairs, 113:7.8 (1249.2)

Black art, types of practitioners of, 90:2.2 (987.6)
          vs. white art, 90:2.2 (987.6)
     artist, danger of execution as a, 88:6.6 (972.6)
     cats, the magic of, 88:5.4 (971.6)
     Forest, beginning of, time of, 59:5.12 (681.4)
     Friday, identification of, in the Phrygian cult, 98:4.7 (1081.10)
     magic, origin of belief in, 88:6.2 (972.2)
     man(men), one of the surviving original colored races, 82:6.1 (919.7)
          other Sangik races as compared with the, 64:6.25 (725.6)
          profit to, of early social teachings, 68:0.3 (763.3)
          vs. red man, 51:4.2 (584.4)
     peoples, isolation of, 78:3.6 (871.2)
          southern trek of, 78:3.6 (871.2)
     Sea extension of the Mediterranean, 64:4.10 (721.8)
     smiths, and black magic, 69:3.5 (774.4)
     stone fetish, at Mecca, Arabians’ respect for the, 95:7.5 (1051.3)
     tribes, infiltration into Egypt of, 80:6.5 (894.6)

Blackfoot Indians Onamonalonton’s descendants among the, 64:6.7 (723.6)

Blasphemer Pharisees’ accusation against Jesus as a, 169:0.5 (1850.5)

Blasphemy(ies) against God, deliberate, consequences of, 153:4.3 (1714.2), 165:3.6 (1820.5)
     definition, 165:3.6 (1820.5)
     high priest’s accusing Jesus of, 184:3.15 (1983.7)
     Jesus accused of, 164:5.3 (1815.4)
     Jesus’ proposed apprehension on a charge of, 153:3.6 (1713.1)
          testimony the basis for his conviction of, 186:2.7 (1999.7)
     the only consistent charge against Jesus, 184:5.7 (1985.8)
     Pharisee spies accuse Jesus of, 148:9.3 (1667.1)
     Pharisees’ charge of, against Jesus, 175:4.11 (1911.8)
     Sanhedrin officers’ plan for Jesus to be tried for, 154:7.1 (1723.4)
     Sanhedrin’s many decrees against Jesus on charges of, 168:3.3 (1847.3)
     unimportance to Pilate of charge of, 184:5.1 (1985.2)

Blending of the races first work of an Adam and Eve on a normal planet, 75:1.2 (839.3)

Blessed one who hears and obeys God, 154:6.7 (1722.3)

Blessedness of children, Jesus’ message on the, 167:6.1 (1839.6)
     of the man who trusts God, 131:2.3 (1444.3)

Blessing(s) the apostles, in ordination ceremony, 140:2.1 (1569.5)
     changing calamity into, technique of, 131:8.5 (1452.3)
     comparison of earth parents and heavenly Father as to bestowal of, 131:10.3 (1453.5)
     heavenly, subject to personal appropriations, 144:4.4 (1621.3)
     of Jesus, on their marriage, Simon’s and Jude’s desire for, 134:1.4 (1484.1)
     the little children, 167:6.0 (1839.6–1840.5)
     man’s paramount, necessity for labor, 69:2.5 (773.6)
     the wedding bed, by the priest, 83:4.8 (925.4)

Blind beggar, healing the, 164:3.0 (1811.2–1813.3)
          of Jericho, restoration of sight to, 171:5.3 (1873.3)
          Jesus’ decision to use the, 164:3.1 (1811.2)
     guides, many Jewish leaders as, 153:3.5 (1712.5), 175:1.17 (1908.1)
     leading the blind, 140:3.18 (1571.5), 153:3.5 (1712.5), 159:5.17 (1771.1), 175:1.17 (1908.1)
     men, chant of the, 164:3.5 (1811.6)
          pleading for healing by two, 152:1.3 (1699.3)
     spiritually, Jesus’ charge against Jewish leaders, 175:1.18 (1908.2)
          opening the eyes of the, 190:5.4 (2035.1)

Blindness cause of Josiah’s, Jesus’ discussion of, 164:3.7 (1812.1)
     congenital, rabbis’ teaching concerning sin and, 164:3.3 (1811.4)
     spiritual, Jesus’ death the result of, 171:4.7 (1872.4)

Blizzards architectural worlds’ freedom from, 46:2.2 (520.7)

Blood of Adam, influence of, on civilization of India, 79:3.1 (881.1)
     alien, early man’s attitude toward shedding, 70:1.5 (784.1)
     bond(s), decline of the, and the embryonic state, 71:1.23 (801.11)
          the first peace treaties, 70:3.10 (788.1)
          origin of the concept of the, 84:2.1 (932.7)
     cells, red, and evolutionary techniques of oxygenation of living tissues, 65:6.4 (737.4)
     circulating, absence of, in morontia bodies, 190:0.3 (2029.3)
     circulation of Adamic offspring, 76:4.3 (851.1)
     drinking, an adoption ceremony of primitives, 70:3.7 (787.7)
          ancient token of group loyalty, 66:5.22 (748.3)
          onetime practice of, 89:5.11 (979.10), 89:9.3 (984.2)
     of the everlasting covenant, Paul’s attempt to build the Christian cult on the, 89:9.3 (984.2)
     feuds, assumption of, as tribal affairs, 70:10.11 (796.1)
     of Jesus, man’s inability to drink the, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
          not the water of life, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
     loss of, at childbirth, and belief as to creator of the child, 84:2.1 (932.7)
     material, circulation of, in Material Sons’ bodies, 51:1.3 (580.6)
     money, vs. blood vengeance, 70:10.12 (796.2)
     onetime belief in the ghost’s location in the, 86:5.15 (955.3)
     and pagan idea of appeasement of the Gods, 4:5.5 (60.4)
     and sacrifice, Christianity’s encumbrance with teachings about, 89:9.3 (984.2)
     sacrifices, Adam’s unsuccessful effort to substitute the fruit of the land for, 74:7.21 (836.10)
     for salvation, present-day dependence on, 89:9.4 (984.3)
     smearing on the doorposts, purpose, 89:7.2 (982.1)
     stream, and chemical reactions between hormone output of ductless glands, 65:6.6 (737.6)
     stream of Urantia animals, a “briny deep,” 58:1.3 (664.4)
     and urine, two early medicines, 90:4.8 (991.7)

Bloodless Passover Jesus’ contemplation of a, 125:2.3 (1379.4)
          first celebration of the, with apostles, 147:2.3 (1648.5)
               ever, at the home of Lazarus, 127:6.7 (1404.6)
     the Last Supper as the old but, 179:5.10 (1943.3)

Bloodletting vs. modern methods of treating disease, 70:2.10 (786.1)
     practice of, in early medicine, 90:4.5 (991.4)

Blotting-out mandate of Ancients of Days, 37:3.7 (409.4)

Blue man(men), about, 64:6.21 (725.2)
          absorption of, by the Andites in Europe, 80:4.6 (893.2)
          and alphabet writing, 66:5.10 (746.8)
          amalgamation of mixed stock of, and Eskimos, 64:7.18 (728.7)
          and Andite blend, 78:6.2 (873.6)
          and Andonite mixture, broad-headedness of, 81:4.2 (904.6)
          central Europe, onetime control of, by the, 80:5.8 (894.1)
          contribution of physical vigor to European races by the, 80:5.7 (893.9)
          the Cro-Magnoid, 80:3.0 (891.2–892.3)
          culture centers of, along European rivers, 80:3.1 (891.2)
          in Dalamatia schools, 66:7.7 (751.2)
          driving of the Andonites from Europe by the, 78:1.5 (869.1)
          early accomplishments of the, 80:3.3 (891.4)
          effect of, on early races in India, 79:2.3 (880.1)
          elephant training by the, 66:5.5 (746.3)
          enslavement of indigo men by the, 51:4.6 (585.2)
          in Europe, contrast of, with blue man in Asia, 80:2.5 (891.1)
                    retardation of the, 79:5.1 (883.2)
          European, biologic contribution of, 80:0.1 (889.1)
          a factor in the southern white race, 80:9.11 (898.6)
          as hunters, trappers, and fishers, 68:5.5 (768.5)
          internecine fighting propensity of, 64:6.22 (725.3)
          Joseph’s line of inheritance to the, 122:1.1 (1344.4)
               misfortune in Urantia’s loss of the, 51:4.3 (584.5)
          Orlandof a prince of the, 45:4.6 (513.9)
          persisting strongholds of, in southern France, 80:5.5 (893.7)
          profit to, of early social teachings of Dalamatia, 68:0.3 (763.3)
          racial admixture of, in the Mediterranean basin, 78:1.11 (869.7)
          Saharans’, Nodites’, and Adamites’ meeting with, in maritime commerce, 80:1.1 (889.3)
          in Van’s outposts, 67:6.6 (760.1)
          western migration of, 64:7.8 (727.5)
     race(s), Adamites’ union with the, 80:1.5 (890.1)
          blood of, in the Nordics, 80:9.2 (897.5)
          characteristics of, 78:1.8 (869.4)
          European, infiltration of, by Adamites, 78:3.5 (871.1)
          a highly blended people, 80:3.2 (891.3)
          influence of Sansa on the, 76:0.2 (847.2)
          lack of an advanced culture by, 78:3.7 (871.3)
          Sargan’s position in the, 76:0.2 (847.2)
          a superior people, 51:4.3 (584.5)
     -yellow-Andite peoples of Arabia, factor in the modern Mediterranean race, 80:9.10 (898.5)
          and yellow races, absorption of northern green tribes by, 64:6.18 (724.8)

Board of animal domestication and utilization, purpose and activities of, 66:5.4 (746.2)
          status of, after Lucifer rebellion, 67:4.1 (757.4)
     of planetary supervisors, about, 114:2.0 (1251.4–1252.4)

Boarding schools coeducational, early, 70:7.14 (791.7)

Boatbuilder of Capernaum, one of Jesus’ names, 134:7.2 (1492.2)
          on the Mediterranean trip Jesus still the, 129:4.1 (1424.5)
     Jesus as an expert, 129:1.5 (1420.2)
     Zebedee a, 129:1.2 (1419.5)

Boatbuilding enterprise of Jesus and Zebedee, 129:1.2 (1419.5)

Boats trustworthiness of Jesus-made, 138:7.5 (1544.4)

Boatshop Jesus’ return to work at the, 137:6.5 (1533.3)
     of Zebedee, Jesus’ and James’s work in the, 134:9.6 (1495.3)

Body(ies) and breath, primitive man’s concept of himself as, 86:4.4 (953.3)
     cells of evolutionary races, and disease-producing organisms, 76:4.7 (851.5)
          of Material Sons, disease resistance of, 76:4.7 (851.5)
     definition, 0:5.7 (8.7)
     early fetishes relating to parts of the, 88:5.1 (971.3)
     elimination, secrecy regarding, 88:5.1 (971.3)
     of Jesus, arrival of Joseph and Nicodemus at Golgotha to take possession of the, 187:6.2 (2011.6)
          bribed guards’ stories about the disposal of the, 192:0.1 (2045.1)
          Jewish rulers’ wish as to the disposal of the, 188:0.2 (2012.2)
          Mary’s reaction to the absence from the tomb of the, 189:4.7 (2026.1)
          Nicodemus’s request for, 142:6.9 (1603.1)
          Peter’s and John’s ideas regarding the possible theft of the, 189:5.3 (2027.7)
          protection of, by Roman soldiers, 188:1.1 (2012.4)
          truth about the dissolution of the, 189:2.7 (2023.6)
          women’s perplexity over absence of, from the tomb, 189:4.9 (2026.3)
     Jesus’ mortal, presence of, in the tomb, during universe activity of the Sovereign, 189:0.3 (2020.3)
     material, ultimate destiny of the, 36:6.4 (404.2)
     and mind, of man, the dwelling place of the gift of the Gods, 160:4.9 (1779.1)
     new, a morontia form, 39:2.13 (431.2)
     nonsurvival of, in physical death, 12:8.16 (141.1)
     physical, enlivenment of, by energy spark, 36:3.4 (399.6)
     preservation, Egyptians’ efforts at, 86:4.8 (953.7)
     a spirit’s possession of a, 42:12.12 (483.12)

Bon director of the domestic animal board, 66:5.4 (746.2)
     rebellion of the council of, 67:4.1 (757.4)

Bondage of darkness, liberation of men from the, 132:4.7 (1461.5)
     of fear, Jesus’ delivery of mortals from the, 167:3.5 (1836.4)
          religious growth from the, to the liberty of divine worship, 100:5.2 (1098.5)
     Jesus’ promise to deliver the Jews from, 125:6.9 (1384.5)
     of Jewish ritualism, vs. that of Roman political rule, 121:7.3 (1340.1)
     the Jews’ long experience in, despite the promises of the prophets, 97:8.3 (1071.1)
     material, deliverance of mortals from, 34:6.9 (381.3)
     political, Mary’s planning for Jesus to lead the battle against, 125:6.13 (1385.1)
     proof of man’s release from, 143:2.8 (1610.3)
     slavish, vs. loving service, 149:6.5 (1675.6)
     theological, Jesus’ desire to free the Jews from, 125:5.10 (1383.3)
     woman’s method of alleviating her, 84:4.3 (935.3)

Bonds of the flesh, death the means of emancipation of mortals from the, 49:6.1 (568.4)
     servant(s), an early form of property, 69:5.8 (776.6)
          human’s need to cease being, 130:6.3 (1437.3)
          of sin, a definition, 162:7.2 (1796.4)
     of time, affliction of men by the, 147:3.3 (1649.3)

Bondslaves of the flesh, mortals’ release from being, 143:2.4 (1609.5)
     of self, vs. masters of self, 143:2.7 (1610.2)

Bones of the dead, magic in, 88:5.2 (971.4)
     of heroes, man’s tendency to revere, 88:2.1 (968.6)
          and saints, the Latins’ preservation of the, 98:3.4 (1080.6)

Book(s) of the Dead, Egyptian, identity of the, 95:2.5 (1044.4)
     of Enoch, concept of the Messiah in the, 136:1.6 (1510.3)
          influence of, on Jesus, 126:3.6 (1390.1)
     Gonod’s suggestion that Jesus write a, 132:6.3 (1465.7)
     of Hebrews, quotation from, regarding Melchizedek, 93:9.11 (1024.2)
     of Job, so-called, Egyptian and Mesopotamian concepts recorded in the, 96:7.1 (1060.1)
          sources of the variegated picture of Deity in the, 96:7.5 (1060.5)
          wrong ideas about God in the, 148:6.11 (1664.3)
     of the Law, period of Jesus’ study of the, 123:5.2 (1362.3)
          study of, in the synagogue school, 123:5.3 (1362.4)
     of Leviticus, study of, in the synagogue school, 123:5.3 (1362.4)
     of life, custodians of knowledge the, 27:5.1 (301.6)
     no, left on Urantia by Jesus, 141:7.4 (1593.5)
     the opened, the living records of the tertiary seconaphim, 28:6.6 (314.5)
     of Proverbs, the philosophy of Amenemope, 95:4.3 (1046.4)
          portions of, originating in Amenemope’s Book of Wisdom, 95:4.3 (1046.4)
     of Psalms, cover the period from Amenemope to Isaiah, 96:7.3 (1060.3)
          unique wealth of inspirational ideas about God, 96:7.3 (1060.3)
     of Revelation, fragments of a great revelation, 139:4.14 (1555.7)
          John’s writing of the, 139:4.14 (1555.7)
     use of, in schools of the continental nation, 72:4.1 (812.3)
     of Wisdom, Amenemope’s, some contents of, 95:4.5 (1046.6)

Bookkeeper God not a, 141:4.1 (1590.4)

Born again, definition, 130:6.4 (1438.1), 155:6.3 (1731.1)
          necessity of being, to enter the kingdom of heaven, 103:2.1 (1130.6)
     of the spirit, vs. born of the flesh, 141:6.4 (1592.6), 142:6.5 (1602.4)
          definition, 193:0.3 (2052.3)
          discernment of the word of God by those, 155:6.12 (1732.5)
          evidence of man’s being, 142:5.4 (1601.4)
          the experience of faith sons of God, 34:6.4 (380.5)
          importance of man’s being, 103:2.1 (1130.6), 130:6.4 (1438.1), 142:6.5 (1602.4), 144:8.4 (1627.1)
          Jesus’ call to believers to be, 155:6.3 (1731.1)
          necessity for prayer’s being, 168:4.10 (1849.1)
          a prerequisite to yielding the fruits of the spirit, 156:5.2 (1738.1)

Bosora the seventy’s labors in, 165:0.1 (1817.1)

Botanic artistry on constellation headquarters, significance, 43:6.1 (492.1)
     beauty, even the unfinished Eden a gem of, 73:5.8 (825.5)
     decoration of architectural worlds by spornagia, 43:6.7 (492.7)
     expression, Garden of Eden a paradise of, 73:3.6 (823.6)
     grandeur of Edentia, Gardens of Eden patterned after, 51:3.2 (583.1), 73:4.1 (823.7)

Boulders distinctive, a result of ice action, 61:7.1 (700.6)

Bounty heaven’s, constancy of, 131:9.2 (1452.6)

Bow and arrow red men the inventors of, 64:6.4 (723.3)

Boy babies, Bethlehem, execution of, by order of Herod, 122:10.3 (1354.2)
     of Nazareth, reaction of, to temple sacrifices, 125:1.4 (1378.6)
     Roman, emancipation of, at twenty-one, 71:1.22 (801.10)

Boyhood Jesus’ comparison of his, with John Mark’s, 177:2.1 (1921.5)

Brachiopod(s) age, 59:3.0 (676.5–678.1)
     arthropods the successors of, 59:4.3 (678.4)
     modern, vs. very early, 59:1.18 (674.4)
     number of surviving varieties of, at close of trilobite age, 59:1.18 (674.4)

Brahma the deity-father principle, 94:1.4 (1027.5)
     identity of, 94:4.3 (1031.4)
     Siva, and Vishnu, a later Indian trinitarian concept, 104:1.5 (1144.2)

Brahman(s) the Absolute, the Infinite One, the IT IS, 94:4.3 (1031.4)
     efforts of, to combat the Salem teachers, 94:1.7 (1028.3)
     influence of, on India, 94:2.1 (1028.4)
     lack of personality attributes, 94:3.7 (1030.7)
     -Narayana, identity of, 94:3.3 (1030.3)
     priest caste, influence of, on the Salem teachers, 94:1.2 (1027.3)
          pagan influence on the, 79:4.7 (882.7)
          refusal of, to accept salvation through faith, 94:1.5 (1028.1)
          unique attempt of self-exaltation by, 94:2.2 (1028.5)
     the Sethite priests of the Hindu faith, 92:5.9 (1009.3)
     and the Sethites, 79:4.6 (882.6)

Brahmanas a compilation of the later scriptures of the Hindu faith, 94:2.6 (1029.4)

Brahmanic philosophy about, 94:3.0 (1030.1–1031.1)
     failure of, to differentiate between the several levels of reality, 94:3.8 (1031.1)

Brahmanism about, 94:2.0 (1028.4–1029.6)
     philosophy of, nearness of, to the doctrine of indwelling Adjusters, 94:3.7 (1030.7)
     a philosophy rather than a religion, 94:3.1 (1030.1)

Brain(s) capacity, basis of, 58:6.7 (670.1)
          innate, and adjutant mind-spirits’ bestowal of mind, 58:6.7 (670.1)
     classification, not a factor in Adjuster fusion, 40:5.12 (446.3)
     evolution of, time of beginning of, 60:2.14 (688.6)
     hemorrhage, Elijah Mark’s death from, 192:4.5 (2051.2)
     material, Adjusters not dwellers in, 110:1.1 (1203.3)
          many mortal memories and experiences perish with the, 112:5.22 (1235.4)
     mechanism, three basic organizations of the, 49:5.13 (566.1)
     and nervous system, the one physical uniformity of mortals, 49:5.13 (566.1)
     patterns, physical, destruction of the, at death, 112:5.14 (1234.3)
     perishing of material mental associations with the, 47:4.5 (535.1)
     physical, capacity of, for response to mind ministry, 65:6.10 (738.3)
     power, development of, in the Primates, 62:4.4 (707.3)
          of the races, Adam’s influence of Adamic bestowal on, 81:5.1 (905.6)
     quality and size of, of mid-mammal twins, 62:3.3 (705.2)
     size, comparative, of dawn mammals, 62:2.3 (704.2)
          of early Cenozoic mammals, 61:1.10 (694.2)
     type(s), mortal, comparison of the three, 40:5.17 (447.2)
          series, of mortals, 49:5.13 (566.1)

Branches the apostles the, 180:2.1 (1945.4)
     the Father’s requirement of the, the bearing of fruit, 180:2.1 (1945.4)
     the vine and the, 180:2.0 (1945.4–1946.5)

Bravery of armies, vs. that of Jesus’ followers, 143:1.7 (1608.4)
     of the flesh, vs. mind bravery, 143:1.7 (1608.4)
     of Havona creatures, vs. human courage, 3:5.17 (52.3)
     of Jesus, 161:2.6 (1786.1)

Bread of earth, manna the, 153:2.8 (1710.6)
     of ease, multitude’s desire for the, 153:2.6 (1710.4)
     of heaven, a definition, 153:2.8 (1710.6)
          Jesus’ life in the flesh a bestowal of, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
          manna not the, 153:2.8 (1710.6)
     Jesus’ blessing the, in the Emmaus home, 190:5.5 (2035.2)
          refusal to deal out, 136:9.11 (1523.3)
     of life, the eternal word of God the, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
          the Father’s readiness to give the, 153:2.8 (1710.6)
          for hungry souls, Jesus’ offer of, 153:2.9 (1711.1), 159:3.8 (1766.4)
          Jesus the, 153:2.8 (1710.6), 179:5.3 (1942.2)
          Jesus’ designation of the Passover bread as the, 127:6.7 (1404.6)
               message the, 121:5.12 (1337.8)
          the Messiah’s purported power to supply the, 152:3.1 (1702.2)
          multitude’s lack of hunger for the, 152:5.4 (1704.3)
          Pharisee’s question regarding Jesus’ being the, 153:3.2 (1712.2)
          prerequisite to one’s being a recipient of the, 193:2.2 (2054.3)
          and the rich young man, 165:4.8 (1822.3)
     the morontia Jesus’ breaking of, for the apostles, 192:1.8 (2047.1)
     of remembrance, a definition, 179:5.3 (1942.2)
     and wine, vs. flesh and blood, in the Melchizedek colony, 93:4.14 (1018.3)

Breadfruit trees spread of, 60:3.7 (689.6)

Breakfast of the apostles with the morontia Jesus, 192:1.4 (2046.2)
     Nathaniel’s, for Jesus and certain Pharisees, 166:1.1 (1825.3)
     with the Pharisees in Philadelphia, 167:1.0 (1833.4–1834.3)

Breast plate symbol on Machiventa’s, 93:2.5 (1015.5), 104:1.3 (1143.6)

Breath and body, primitive man’s concept of himself as, 86:4.4 (953.3)
     connection of, with beginnings of life, 84:1.3 (931.6)
     -dream idea-system, derivation of the ghost concept from the, 86:4.3 (953.2)
     early association of soul with, 86:5.13 (955.1)
          man’s concern about, 86:4.3 (953.2)
     father’s last, the eldest son’s effort to catch the, 86:5.13 (955.1)
     Giver, to men and animals, Onagar’s leadership in worship of, 45:4.3 (513.6), 63:6.1 (715.8)
     of life, impartation of, 36:6.4 (404.2)
          significance of, to early man, 86:4.3 (953.2)
          Universe Spirits’ contribution to mortal evolution, 34:2.5 (376.2)
     of the soul, prayer the, 144:2.3 (1619.1)

Breathing type of man suitability of Urantia atmosphere for the, 49:2.11 (561.10)

Breeding of defectives and criminals prevention of, in the continental nation, 72:10.3 (818.6)

Brenner Pass commercial use of, by the Nordics and Danubians, 80:9.4 (897.7)

Brethren all men are, 131:1.6 (1443.2), 134:4.7 (1487.4), 190:4.1 (2033.4), 193:5.2 (2057.4)
     in the heavenly estate, Jesus and mortals as, 149:6.8 (1676.2)
     of Jesus, men the, 196:2.9 (2093.3)
     Jesus calling his apostles, 180:1.6 (1945.3)
     of the life in the flesh, Jesus and mortals as, 149:6.8 (1676.2)
     love of, a frequent prerequisite to love of God, 155:3.4 (1727.4)

Bretons present-day, and charms of the New Stone Age, 80:9.14 (899.1)

Bribed guards Jewish rulers’ dependence upon the stories of the, 192:0.1 (2045.1)

Bribes common offering of, for possession of bodies of the crucified, 188:0.3 (2012.3)
     the Jewish leaders’ resort to, 189:2.5 (2023.4)

Brick some early homes made of, 81:2.16 (902.6)
     use of, in early construction in Egypt, 80:6.4 (894.5)

Bridal veil origin of use of the, 83:4.7 (925.3)

Bride(s) carrying, over the threshold, origin of the custom, 83:2.3 (923.3)
     fee, ancient, 82:4.5 (917.8)
     rejected, the original professional prostitutes, 82:4.5 (917.8)
     shows, original, purpose of, 70:7.13 (791.6), 83:4.3 (924.6)

Bridegroom comparison of Jesus to a, 135:11.2 (1507.1)
     parable of the, 147:7.2 (1655.4)
          Peter’s query as to whom applicable, 165:6.1 (1824.4)

Bridge comparison of this world to a, 156:2.1 (1735.5)
     experiential, linking beginnings and completions, the Supreme and the Ultimate, 118:0.9 (1294.9)
     living, from one world to another, Jesus the, 182:1.24 (1965.18)
     at Sidon, a rare sight, 156:2.1 (1735.5)

Brigand(s) inscription over the condemned thieves, 187:1.2 (2004.6)
     the penitent, cause of the life of wrongdoing of, 187:4.5 (2009.4)
     preparation for crucifixion of the two, 187:1.2 (2004.6)
     railing against Jesus by one of the, 187:4.1 (2008.8)
     reaction of, to Jesus’ character, 187:4.5 (2009.4)
     the two, behavior of, on their crosses, 187:2.4 (2007.3)

Bright and Morning Star(s) attributes of, 32:2.6 (359.3)
     the cocreator of spironga, 37:10.2 (416.2)
     collaboration of Creator Son and Mother Spirit in production of, 25:1.2 (273.11), 34:2.5 (376.2)
     companion of Michael on sixth bestowal, 119:6.2 (1315.5)
     creation of the, 32:2.6 (359.3), 33:4.1 (369.4)
     creative prerogatives not possessed by, 33:4.2 (369.5)
     delegation of authority of, to Mechizedeks, 35:2.5 (386.3)
     Father Melchizedek’s relation to, 35:1.2 (385.1)
     function of, 32:2.6 (359.3), 33:4.4 (370.1)
          of archangels by authority of, 37:3.2 (408.5)
          of Father Melchizedek during absence from Salvington of, 33:6.2 (371.4)
     Gabriel the, 37:1.9 (406.11), 39:2.3 (429.7), 136:3.4 (1513.1)
     high council of the, 55:10.5 (634.5)
     identification of, 28:1.3 (306.9)
     Melchizedeks the chief aids to the, 35:2.5 (386.3)
     Michael Sons the personality pattern for the, 1:5.6 (28.3)
     office of, 21:2.11 (237.1), 39:1.2 (427.2)
     one in each local universe, 33:4.2 (369.5), 37:1.9 (406.11)
     one of the universe administrators, 55:8.7 (633.3)
     a personal aid, 35:1.1 (384.8)
     representative of Creator Son and Creative Spirit, 33:4.3 (369.6)
     sealing of Jerusem’s vacant temple by, 46:5.32 (527.1)
     Son-Spirit ministers’ affiliation with, 39:1.2 (427.2)

Brilliant Evening Star(s) about, 37:2.0 (407.1–408.3)
     angelic armies commanded by, 38:6.2 (421.5)
     ascendant, sources of, 37:2.4 (407.4)
          supervision of their satellites by, 37:2.10 (408.2)
     assistance of, in establishing final planetary age, 55:0.1 (621.1)
     as assistants of Magisterial Sons on bestowal missions, 20:2.9 (225.8)
     of Avalon, on Urantia advisory council, 67:6.5 (759.8)
     collaboration of, with superuniverse seconaphim, 55:4.18 (628.6)
     collaboration of archangels with, 37:3.2 (408.5)
     contact of Daynals with, 20:9.3 (232.1)
     co-ordinates of, in second circle of the Sons, 46:5.13 (524.4)
     created, influence of, in Jerusem, 46:5.25 (525.7)
          manifestation of spirit force of, 37:2.5 (407.5)
          supervision of their primary worlds by, 37:2.10 (408.2)
     deliberations of, on Evening Star seventh-world satellites, 37:2.11 (408.3)
     determination of degree of spirit insight by, 45:7.7 (518.3)
     direction of activities of, from Jerusem, 37:3.3 (408.6)
     elevation of seraphim to, 37:2.4 (407.4), 39:8.1 (440.3)
     functions of, 37:2.1 (407.1)
     as Gabriel’s representatives, 37:2.1 (407.1)
     Galantia, associate head of, 37:2.6 (407.6), 46:5.25 (525.7)
     Gavalia, head of, in Nebadon, 37:2.6 (407.6), 119:0.1 (1308.1)
          presenter of Paper 119, 119:0.1 (1308.1)
     headquarters and training schools of, 47:6.1 (536.2)
     Jerusem activities of, 43:5.11 (491.7)
     liaison between Gravity Messengers and, 37:2.11 (408.3)
     location of system headquarters of, 46:5.25 (525.7)
     loyalty of, to Michael during Lucifer rebellion, 53:7.4 (607.5)
     make-up of pairs of, 37:2.7 (407.7)
     of Nebadon, on Gabriel’s personal staff, 37:2.1 (407.1)
          number 1,146, presenter of Paper 37, 37:10.7 (417.1)
          presenter(s) of Papers 47, 85–89, 119, 47:10.8 (540.4), 85:7.4 (949.1), 86:7.7 (957.3), 87:7.11 (966.6), 88:6.9 (973.2), 89:10.7 (985.2), 119:0.1 (1308.1)
     place of origin of, 20:2.9 (225.8), 37:2.4 (407.4)
     portrayal of finaliter teachings by the, 55:4.14 (628.2)
     Satania home of, 45:1.6 (510.4)
     schools of, 37:2.11 (408.3)
     seventh primary world of, future activities of, 37:2.11 (408.3)
     Trinity Teacher Sons, and finaliters, relations of, 55:4.14 (628.2)
     two orders of, 37:2.4 (407.4)
     as universe teachers, 45:7.2 (517.4)
     visibility of, to certain beings, 37:2.5 (407.5)
     worlds of the, 37:2.10 (408.2)

Bringing God down to man and carrying man up to God, 77:9.12 (867.3)

Briny waters circulation of, through animal bodies of marine life, 58:6.5 (669.6)
     emergence of first land animals from, 59:5.6 (680.8)
     relation of, to continued life of land animals, 58:1.3 (664.4)

British Isles, emergence from the sea, 59:1.17 (674.3)
          Salem missionaries’ onetime penetration to the, 93:7.2 (1021.6)
          submergence of, during mid-Devonian period, 59:4.8 (679.1)
          thickness of lava flow of brachiopod age over the, 59:3.6 (677.3)
     traveler, Jesus’ talk in Corinth with the, 133:4.10 (1475.3)

British Columbia fifteen-mile rock overthrust in, 60:3.14 (690.5)

Brittany Andonite identity in, 80:4.6 (893.2)
     present-day superstitions of sun-worship in, 80:9.14 (899.1)

Broad way to destruction, 166:3.3 (1828.7)

Broadcast(s) all information not obtainable by, 23:2.16 (259.2)
     amphitheater, Jerusem, automatic display of broadcasts in, 46:3.1 (522.1)
     ascenders’ increased appreciation of, on fourth mansonia, 47:6.2 (536.3)
     circuits, universe, and melodies of the spheres, 44:1.1 (499.3)
     constellation, by chief of Constellation Fathers, 33:6.6 (372.1)
     consultation of, by Havona arrivals, 30:4.28 (343.3)
     directors, function of, 44:4.9 (504.1)
     flashing, and deprivation of Lucifer traitors of personality existence, 53:9.7 (611.6)
     of Havona, 26:9.4 (295.2)
     interest of post-Teacher Son people in, 52:7.6 (599.2)
     Jerusem, 46:3.0 (522.1–4)
     messages, synchronization of, with reflective vision, 28:4.12 (309.6)
     Nebadon, as to Life Carriers’ sixtieth experiment, 57:8.9 (661.3)
     in operation prior to Havona arrival of Grandfanda, 24:6.8 (270.6)
     of Paradise, a superuniverse circuit, 15:9.9 (177.8)
     receivers, energy transmitters’ services to, 29:4.29 (327.5)
          function of primary seconaphim as, 28:4.12 (309.6)
     receiving amphitheater of Jerusem, 46:3.1 (522.1)
          stations of Jerusem, activities of, during quiet hour, 46:1.7 (520.3)
     Salvington, range of, 33:6.5 (371.7)
          regarding the unbelievable steadfastness of Amadon, 67:8.2 (762.1)
     sending station of Jerusem, location of, 46:3.4 (522.4)
     seraphic recorders’ utilization of, 39:2.15 (431.4)
     service(s), periodic functioning of, 17:3.7 (201.5)
          suspension of, during Lucifer rebellion, 53:7.3 (607.4)
          of universe of universes, time of establishment of, 24:6.8 (270.6)
          use of, sometimes inexpedient, 23:3.1 (260.5)
     Solitary Messengers’ ability to “listen in” on, 23:1.6 (257.1)
     stations of Nebadon, Satania-rebellion bulletins of the, 53:7.11 (608.7)
     superuniverse, at Michael’s birth, 38:6.3 (421.6)
     universal, of Creator Son conclave, 21:0.5 (234.5)
     universe, tuning in the soul on, as worship, 144:4.8 (1621.7)
     value of, in conduct of the universes, 28:4.12 (309.6)
     waves, Urantian, prevention of escape of, 46:1.6 (520.2)

Broadcasters promulgation of constellation legislative enactments by, 43:2.8 (488.2)
     superior seraphim, function of, 39:2.16 (431.5)
     tertiary supernaphim, function of, 26:3.8 (289.1)

Broadcasting disturbance of, by ionosphere storms, 58:2.10 (666.7)

Brokenhearted the Lord’s healing of the, 2:6.3 (41.1), 97:5.3 (1066.7), 123:5.11 (1363.4), 126:4.2 (1391.6), 131:2.4 (1444.4), 131:2.10 (1445.4), 148:5.5 (1662.2), 190:5.4 (2035.1)

Bronze Age, in Scandinavia, 80:9.13 (898.8)
          simultaneous existence of, with Stone and Iron Ages, 81:3.4 (903.6)
     culture, in Turkestan, 81:3.4 (903.6)
     discovery of, 81:3.5 (904.1)

Brooder Judas a, 139:12.9 (1567.2)

Brooding melancholic, Thomas’s inclination toward, 139:8.5 (1561.5)
     in sorrow, a weakness of character, 156:5.17 (1740.4)

Brothel keeper reformed at Simon’s banquet, 147:5.3 (1651.7)

Brother(s) affection of a, vs. a father’s affection, 140:5.1 (1573.3)
     a believer’s natural attitude toward his, 193:1.2 (2053.4)
     discovery of the reality of all men as, 130:2.6 (1431.1), 147:8.5 (1656.6)
     erring, reconciliation of an, 159:1.3 (1762.5)
     Eternal Son’s attitude of a, 6:2.8 (75.5)
     in the flesh, Michael to minister to the material comforts of his, 120:2.5 (1328.2)
     -friend, Jesus as a, 143:6.4 (1615.5)
     God our, according to Hinduism, 131:4.4 (1448.3)
     God’s intention that all men be, 131:10.4 (1454.1)
     Jesus’, establishment of, in their lifework, 128:7.9 (1418.1)
     Jesus’ designation of his, 154:6.5 (1722.1)
          qualifications as a, in his family, 124:5.6 (1373.6)
     Jesus our understanding, 127:6.13 (1405.5)
          teaching the apostles to treat all men as, 140:10.7 (1585.5)
     possible compatibility of, 139:1.6 (1549.4)
     the relation of poor men and rich men as, 131:1.7 (1443.3)
     and “sister” greetings of early believers, 194:4.7 (2067.2)
     and sister marriages, early prevalence of, 82:5.4 (918.4)
          as influenced by plural-wife mores, 82:5.5 (919.1)
          a phase in marriage evolution, 83:5.2 (925.7)
     and sisters, Jesus’ youthful relation with his, 124:4.3 (1371.6)
     three apostolic groups of, Jesus’ praise of the, 181:2.19 (1959.3)
     -trustee, Immanuel’s authority as, 120:1.6 (1326.3)
     walks with two, Jesus’ seventh morontia appearance, 190:5.0 (2034.2–2036.3)

Brotherhood(s) of all universe creatures, morontian awareness of the, 101:6.11 (1112.7)
     ancient, and rite of blood drinking, 89:9.3 (984.2)
     attainment of recognition of, 16:9.14 (196.10)
     believers’ effort to enlarge the, 170:3.9 (1862.6)
     of culture, science’s attempt to create the, 102:3.8 (1122.4)
     dependence of, on religion, 99:1.4 (1087.1), 134:6.2 (1490.5)
     difficulties of attainment of, 52:6.2 (597.3)
     discipline of the, man’s part in, 159:1.6 (1764.1)
     a fact of relationship, of the whole, 12:7.11 (138.6)
     of fellow believers in Paul’s religion, 196:2.6 (2092.4)
     function of, in protecting the weak, 71:4.17 (804.17)
     genuine, significance of, 71:4.16 (804.16)
     of God-knowing individuals, the kingdom of heaven a, 99:3.2 (1088.3)
     of gospel believers, one phase of the kingdom, 170:4.3 (1863.1)
     human, the basis for a superior civilization, 79:4.9 (883.1)
          establishment of, by wise moral beings, 50:5.8 (577.3)
          evolutionary races’ attitude toward, 39:5.4 (437.3)
          hope of, means of realization of, 155:6.8 (1732.1)
          in Jesus’ religion, 196:2.6 (2092.4)
     of intelligence, Lucifer’s advocacy of, 53:4.2 (604.4)
     intriguing, the urge of, as a nonprofit motive, 71:6.3 (805.7)
     invisible spiritual, vs. the visible church, 195:10.11 (2085.3)
     of Jesus, no place for sectarian rivalry in the, 195:10.14 (2085.6)
     of Jew and gentile, Matthew’s difficulty in visualizing a, 181:2.13 (1957.3)
     of the kingdom, and building a new society, 195:10.6 (2084.6)
          of heaven, exploitation of the weak, vs. ideals of the, 163:2.11 (1803.2)
               Jesus’ declaration as to the foundation for building the, 157:4.5 (1747.3)
               need that man shall enter the, 160:1.14 (1774.6)
          post-Pentecostal, standing of women in the, 194:3.14 (2065.2)
          spirit-led, vs. the institutional church, 170:5.9 (1864.9)
     kingdom of divine, certain emergence of, 170:5.21 (1866.4)
     of love, a definition, 140:1.3 (1568.6)
     of loving service, possible liberty and freedom in the, 190:5.4 (2035.1)
     of man(men), a basic reality of salvation, 188:4.13 (2017.8)
          a consequence of the fatherhood of God, 52:6.7 (598.2), 134:4.1 (1486.4), 159:5.7 (1769.9), 193:1.2 (2053.4), 196:2.11 (2093.5)
          Cynics’ belief in the, 131:1.6 (1443.2)
          establishment of, while denying the fatherhood of God, an impossibility, 195:8.11 (2082.3)
          divine, placing of, under the direction of human minds, 140:2.3 (1570.1)
          and entrance into the kingdom of heaven, 160:5.7 (1781.3)
          factors in the world-wide realization of, 52:6.7 (598.2)
          and fatherhood of God, the gospel of the, 191:4.4 (2042.1)
               paradox of the part and the whole, on personality level, 12:7.8 (138.3)
          first attempt at socialization of the, 190:1.7 (2031.1)
          fullness of Jesus’ discussion of, 134:3.5 (1485.7)
          Ganid’s attitude toward the, 131:10.7 (1454.4)
          global government the sovereignty of, 134:5.14 (1489.5)
          and the goal of human progress, 143:1.4 (1608.1)
          the goal of post-Adamic society, 52:3.12 (594.3)
          importance of the church’s validating the, 103:5.12 (1135.2)
          interpretation of the golden rule as affected by, 147:4.7 (1651.1)
          Jesus a profound demonstration of the, 196:1.5 (2091.1)
          Jesus’ kingdom the, 185:3.3 (1991.3)
               life’s influence on the doctrine of the, 186:5.5 (2002.6)
               substitute for “kingdom,” 170:2.24 (1861.6)
          Jews’ inability to accept the, 121:7.2 (1339.7)
          joys of activities in the, 130:6.2 (1437.2)
          man’s realization of the, 103:5.9 (1134.7)
          a phase of the kingdom concept, 170:2.1 (1859.11)
          quickest way of realization of, on Urantia, 52:6.7 (598.2)
          religion of Jesus, and the, 195:9.6 (2083.2)
          revelatory religion’s enlarged consciousness of the, 100:6.8 (1101.3)
          Sadducees’ fear of Jesus’ doctrine of, 175:4.7 (1911.4)
          the secret of a better civilization in Jesus’ teachings of the, 194:3.12 (2064.4)
          servants of, the apostles to be, 169:2.2 (1853.5)
          similar status of all in the, in the presence of God, 133:0.3 (1468.3)
          social achievement of, a goal of mortal endeavor, 71:4.15 (804.15)
               service the basis of the, 103:2.8 (1131.7)
          state of, in post-Magisterial Son ages, 52:4.1 (594.4)
          on Urantia, nonrealization of, reason for, 68:1.1 (763.4)
          Urantia unprepared for declaration of, on Adam’s arrival, 75:1.3 (839.4)
          validity of religion and, 140:4.7 (1572.7)
     of mankind, religious work of the kingdom as related to, 153:1.2 (1708.1)
     and matters of discipline and justice, 159:1.6 (1764.1)
     means of attaining, 134:4.4 (1487.1), 155:6.8 (1732.1)
     religious, an outgrowth of the mysteries, 121:5.9 (1337.5)
     schools of Edentia, and ethical sensitizers’ guidance of mortals, 39:3.7 (433.1)
     and service, the cornerstones of the gospel, 178:1.4 (1930.1)
     service, unselfish love, 16:8.10 (194.10)
     of the sons of God, Jesus’ promise as to the, 165:2.9 (1819.5)
     of the spirit, religion’s bringing into being the, 102:3.8 (1122.4)
     of spirit believers, highest concept of, 188:4.9 (2017.4)
     spirits of, a seraphic order, 39:5.4 (437.3)
     spiritual, effect of, 134:6.13 (1491.7)
          identification of beginnings of, 118:8.10 (1302.7)
          Jesus’ purpose to establish the, 153:2.4 (1710.2)
          of the kingdom, vs. the institutional church, 170:5.6 (1864.6)
          the “kingdom of heaven,” 169:4.6 (1856.4)
          of man, membership in, 170:5.11 (1865.1)
          in promotion of civilization, 71:5.3 (805.3)
          technique of acquiring greatness in the, 158:6.3 (1758.4)
     supermortal, of invisible spiritual beings, a phase of the kingdom, 170:4.4 (1863.2)
     an ultimate result from economic interdependence and social fraternity, 99:7.5 (1093.3)
     of United Midwayers, acknowledgment of indebtedness of, 121:8.14 (1343.3)
     universal, a function of, 12:7.10 (138.5)
          a God-knowing person’s devotion to the service of, 106:9.12 (1175.1)
          source of, 12:7.10 (138.5)
     of wisdom, philosophy’s striving for the, 102:3.8 (1122.4)
     world-wide, composition of forthcoming, 159:2.2 (1764.4)
          essentials to the realization of, 52:6.2 (597.3)

Brotherly and fatherly love, 140:5.0 (1573.3–1575.9)
     love, a definition, 140:5.1 (1573.3)
          Jesus’ urging Andrew to promote, among his brethren, 181:2.18 (1959.2)
          level of the “golden rule,” 140:5.1 (1573.3), 147:4.7 (1651.1)
          manifestation of, among early believers, 194:4.6 (2067.1)
          parable of, Jesus’ preparation to enact the, 179:2.3 (1938.2)
          promotion of, by the good-Samaritan parable, 164:1.4 (1810.2)
          thoughtless, disastrous results of early believers’, 194:4.7 (2067.2)
     service, a requisite of spiritual character, 117:5.13 (1287.4)

Brown man(men) present-day, origin of, 64:7.6 (727.3)
     times prior to the civilization of, on the Pacific islands, 78:3.8 (871.4)

Brunet Mediterranean white race composition of, 80:9.10 (898.5)

Brutality of half-civilized man, evidence of, 184:4.5 (1984.6)

Buddha(s) Absolute, concept of the, vs. the Salem gospel, 94:11.13 (1040.4)
          identity of the, 94:11.11 (1040.2)
     Amida, a concept of God, 94:12.2 (1040.6)
     belief as to the possibility of anyone’s becoming a, 94:11.10 (1040.1)
     comparison of, with the Jews, philosophically, 132:7.5 (1467.1)
     concept, comparison of the Yahweh concept with the, 96:1.15 (1054.5)
     deficiency of, as a spiritual teacher, 132:7.5 (1467.1)
     a devotee of leisure, 69:2.5 (773.6)
     Eternal, identity of the concept of the, 94:11.11 (1040.2)
     expected return of, 92:5.6 (1008.8)
     vs. Gautama, to an enlightened Buddhist, 94:11.10 (1040.1)
     Gautama as the revered, to many believers, 92:5.12 (1009.6)
     Jesus’ comparison of Buddhism and, 132:7.4 (1466.4)
     many, belief regarding the existence of, 94:11.10 (1040.1)
     one of the seven outstanding world religious teachers, 121:6.4 (1338.7)
     an orphan prophet, 132:7.4 (1466.4)

Buddhism about, 131:3.0 (1446.3–1447.4)
     adaptation of, by the yellow race, 94:11.1 (1038.8)
     amalgamation of, with Taoism in China, Korea, and Japan, 94:11.1 (1038.8)
     appearance of, in India, 94:2.8 (1029.6)
     doctrines of, as to suffering and peace, 5:4.5 (67.3)
     an evaluation of, 94:11.0 (1038.8–1040.4), 103:9.3 (1141.1)
     Gautama the real originator of, 94:7.2 (1035.2)
     the God concept of, 94:12.0 (1040.5–1041.5)
     the great strength of, freedom to choose truth from all religions, 94:12.4 (1041.2)
     vs. Hinduism in India, 94:2.8 (1029.6)
     influence of, on the Hindu religion, 94:4.1 (1031.2)
          on many believers, 94:9.6 (1038.4)
     Jesus’ talk with Ganid and Gonod about, 132:7.3 (1466.3)
     and the Melchizedek truths, 94:9.1 (1037.4)
     modern, vs. the teachings of Gautama, 94:7.8 (1036.2)
     the onetime dominant religion of one-half the world, 94:9.1 (1037.4)
     origin of, in a historic person, 94:8.2 (1036.4)
     present growth of, 94:9.6 (1038.4)
     reason for the spread of, 94:9.1 (1037.4)
     a religion without God, 131:3.1 (1446.3), 132:7.4 (1466.4)
     spread of, from India over all Asia, 94:9.0 (1037.4–1038.4)
     status of, on Urantia today, 92:6.16 (1011.14)
     superiority of, to religions it supplanted, 94:9.6 (1038.4)
     teaching of, relating to indwelling Adjusters, 94:11.5 (1039.4)
     twentieth-century renaissance in, 94:12.5 (1041.3)
     weaknesses of, 94:8.19 (1037.3), 94:12.1 (1040.5)

Buddhist(s) devotees of the doctrine of physical humiliation, 89:3.4 (976.6)
     faith, 94:8.0 (1036.3–1037.3)
          two trinitarian doctrines developed by the, 104:1.6 (1144.3)
     missionaries, Asoka’s seventeen thousand, 94:9.1 (1037.4)
     peoples, danger in the philosophic error of the, 132:7.5 (1467.1)
     philosophy, 94:11.0 (1038.8–1040.4)
     teachers, great missionary zeal of the, 98:7.2 (1084.1)
     technique of becoming a, 94:8.1 (1036.3)

Buddhistic brotherhood originally a community of student teachers, 94:8.19 (1037.3)

Buffalo dance of the red men, purpose of, 88:6.4 (972.4)

Builders the divine, celestial artisans as, 44:0.8 (497.8), 44:3.0 (501.11–502.8)
     European white races as energetic, 80:9.13 (898.8)
     of the Garden, Nodite descendants as, 77:4.1 (859.4)
     Joseph’s immediate ancestors included, 122:1.1 (1344.4)
     loyal Panoptians serving as, on the Father’s sphere, 53:7.1 (607.2)
     the stone rejected by the, in Jesus’ scripture reference, 173:4.4 (1894.2)

Building(s) custodians, ascending mortals’ contact with, 47:3.11 (534.3)
          functions of, 48:3.15 (546.8)
     in Eden, number of, 73:5.2 (824.6)
     on Jerusem, types of, 46:4.9 (523.3)
     propensity of the orange man, 64:6.10 (723.9)

Bullets vs. ballots in cultural growth, 71:2.7 (802.1)

Bully(ies) Jesus defended from, by his friend Jacob, 124:2.4 (1368.6)
     Jesus’ experience with a, at Tarentum, 133:1.1 (1468.4)

Burden(s) on the apostles’ minds, Jesus’ wish to avoid laying, 140:1.7 (1569.4)
     bearer, woman the, 84:3.7 (934.6)
     grievous, imposition of, by Jewish lawyers, 166:1.5 (1826.2)
     heavy, Jesus’ unwillingness to increase man’s, 137:8.14 (1537.1)
     increasing of, by taking oneself too seriously, 48:6.37 (555.5)
     of life, pessimistic religions seeking release from the, 194:3.2 (2062.11)
     a means of increasing one’s, 48:6.37 (555.5)
     noninvolvement of, in the new commandment, 180:1.2 (1944.5)

Burial of Andon and Fonta, 63:3.5 (713.5)
     ceremonies, olden shamans’ presiding over, 90:2.10 (988.6)
     of Elizabeth, friends’ arrangement for, 135:4.1 (1499.1)
     of Jesus, 188:1.0 (2012.4–2013.7)
     of John the Baptist, 135:12.7 (1508.7)
     of noted persons under places of worship, 76:5.5 (852.4)
     pits, criminal, Jews’ desire that the bodies of Jesus and the two thieves be cast into, before sundown, 187:5.7 (2011.3)
     procession of Jesus, time and place of, 188:1.3 (2013.2)
     of the Son of Man, midwayers’ ability to narrate the, 188:0.1 (2012.1)

Burma effect on, of Andite invasion of India, 79:2.4 (880.2)
     mixing of the cultures of India and China in, 79:6.2 (884.5)

Burned-out suns dark islands of space as, 15:5.11 (171.6)

Burning alive, a common ancient punishment, 70:10.14 (796.4)
     of all bridges behind him, evidence of Jesus’ devotion to the kingdom, 196:2.7 (2093.1)
     bush, experience of Moses at the, 174:3.2 (1900.2)

Burnt offerings and sacrifices vs. the first and great commandment, 174:4.3 (1901.3)

Burying alive of a wife on her husband’s death, 87:2.7 (960.1)
     the dead body under stones, a means of frightening the ghost, 87:6.7 (964.6)
     his father, a prospective apostle’s query about, 163:2.2 (1801.5)
     a man’s belongings with him, purpose of, 69:9.4 (780.7)

Bushmen primitive social conditions of, 68:1.6 (764.2)

Business(es) groups, of the first century Mediterranean world, 121:3.3 (1335.2)
     helpfulness of God in the greatest of all, 131:5.3 (1450.2)
     judgment, Jesus’ keen, 126:2.7 (1389.2)
     of the kingdom of heaven, Jesus’ identification of, 139:11.9 (1565.6)
     man(men), Judas a good, 139:12.5 (1566.4)
          Matthew a good, 139:7.1 (1559.5)
          Matthew’s influence on, 139:7.6 (1560.2)
     methods, quality of Nod’s, 66:5.12 (747.2)
     of religion, identification of the, 99:3.16 (1089.8)

Butterfly from caterpillar, 42:9.4 (480.2)
     comparison of the emergence of the spiritual kingdom to a, 170:5.21 (1866.4)
     human personalities’ emergence on the mansion worlds compared to, 112:6.1 (1235.5)

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