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Salvington University. See Melchizedek University
Samaria Paper 143 (1607;1),) 123:5.13(1364;1), 134:7.5(1492;5),. See also Palestine; Samaritans
gangster-nobility controlled 97:9.20(1074;2)
Jesus' 17th appearance at Sychar 193:1sec(2053;3)
Pontius Pilate was procurator of 185:0.1(1987;1)
revival in 143:6sec(1615;2)
Samaritans. See also Samaria
assisted armies of Alexander; worked to prevent rebuilding of Jerusalem 143:4.2(1612;2)
false Messiah at Mount Gerizim 185:1.6(1988;5)
James and John wished to bid down fire on 160:0.1-2(1772;1)
Jews had no dealings with S.; history of ill-feeling 124:6.1(1374;1), 137:7.11(1535;3), 143:4sec(1612;1), 164:1.4(1810;2)
Nalda of Sychar 143:5sec(1612;4)
parable of the good Samaritan 164:1sec(1809;3)
Philip worked among 139:5.10(1557;4), 143:4.2(1612;2), 143:6.6(1616;2)
thanks given by Samaritan leper 166:2sec(1827;3)
Samson
Nazarite 135:1.2(1496;7)
Samuel 97:1sec(1062;3)
first Hebrew prophet 97:1sec(1062;3)
Nazarite 135:1.2(1496;7)
priests recorded Saul crowned by 97:9.4,8(1072;2)
proclaimed Yahweh all-powerful, changeless Creator 97:1.4(1063;1)
rough-and-ready reformer; overthrew Baal sites; chopped captive king in pieces 97:1.3(1062;5)
spoke of anger of the Lord 142:3.9(1599;1)
sprang from long line of Salem teachers 97:1.2(1062;4)
Sanctities of Service. See also seconaphim
assigned to Mighty Messengers, Those High in Authority, and Those without Name and Number 28:6.1(313;5)
tertiary seconaphim, reveal true and hidden motives of any service 28:6.16-19(316;3)
sanctuary
market squares became first places of 69:4.4(775;4)
means of escaping sudden group anger 70:10.16(796;6)
sand
Jesus' accident during sandstorm 123:4.5-8(1361;5)
Jesus wrote in 162:3.5(1793;4)
sandstorm at crucifixion 187:5.1-4(2010;2)
sandals
Jesus wore 187:2.8(2007;7)
not worthy to unloose Jesus' 135:7.2(1503;2)
Sandmatia
system immediately neighboring Satania 41:2.1(456;5)
sandstone
deposits 59:1.9(673;9), 59:4.7(678;8), 59:5.10(681;2), 60:1.1(685;3), 60:3.9(689;8)
red s. suggests arid conditions 59:4.7(678;8), 60:1.1-4(685;3)
sedimentary accumulations of ancient shores 58:7.9(671;2)
turned into quartz 59:1.12(674;2)
sandstorms. See storms
Sangik family. See also Sangiks
19 intelligent children whose skin turned colors 64:5.2-3(722;3)
ancestor of all 6 colored races 64:5.2-3(722;3), 65:4.7(735;6)
Andonic parents of mutant children; lived 500,000 years ago during advance of 5th glacier 61:7.4(701;3), 66:0.1-2(741;1)
Sangiks. See also races; Sangik family
all cannibalistic 89:5.3(979;2)
belligerent 70:1.2(783;5)
converted Father's temple in Dalamatia into Nog shrine 67:5.5(759;3)
efforts to identify ancestry must take into account later improvement by Adamic blood 64:7.12(728;1)
fairly industrious away from tropics 69:2.6(773;7)
hereditary dominance obscured Andonite type 81:4.4(904;8)
originated in highlands northwest of India 79:0.1(878;1), 79:2.1(879;7)
primary Sangiks
avoided tropics 64:7.3(726;10)
medium- to broad-headed 81:4.2-3(904;6)
superior races; red, yellow, and blue 64:7.3(726;10), 79:5.1(883;2)
secondary Sangiks
in some respects superior to primary 82:6.10(920;8)
many desirable traits to enhance primary races 82:6.2,11(919;8)
many migrated to India, Africa 64:7.3(726;10), 79:2.3(880;1)
medium- to long-headed 81:4.2-3(904;6)
orange, green, and indigo races 64:7.3(726;10)
referred to as Negroid 81:4.8-9(905;4)
substratum represents kinship of many modern peoples 80:2.3(890;7)
23 members constituted trial court 184:0.2(1978;2)
asked John the Baptist if he were Elijah 135:6.6(1502;4), 135:9.4(1505;4)
attitude toward Jesus
14 followers of Jesus were on 162:1.5(1789;4), 164:2.1(1810;3), 174:5.3(1902;4)
14 members resigned on motion to destroy Jesus; others ejected 168:3.3(1847;3)
accused Jesus 185:2.10(1990;6)
of being in leagues with devils 151:3.14(1693;4), 153:4.2-3(1714;1), 154:4.1(1719;4), 162:7.4,6(1797;1), 169:0.7(1850;7)
of blasphemy 153:3.6(1713;1), 154:7.1(1723;4), 169:0.5(1850;5), 175:4.11(1911;8), 184:3.1,12(1982;2), 184:5.1,4(1985;2), 185:6.7(1995;6), 186:2.7(1999;7)
of revolution; teaching refusal to pay tribute to Caesar 184:3.9(1983;1), 184:5.2(1985;3), 185:2.10(1990;6), 185:3.1(1991;1)
of Sabbath breaking 145:3.1(1631;6), 147:6.4(1654;3), 162:2.2(1790;5), 164:4sec(1813;4), 169:0.6(1850;6), 175:4.10(1911;7), 184:3.1,12(1982;2)
of traducing the people; magic 184:3.9(1983;1)
of trying to destroy temple 184:3.7(1982;8), 184:5.4(1985;5)
asked Jesus whether John was from heaven 173:2.4-5(1892;1)
attempted to publicly discredit Jesus 173:2sec(1891;2), 174:2-4secs)
closed synagogues to Jesus 154:1.2(1717;5), 154:2.1(1718;2), 156:6.7(1741;7)
desired Jesus' body be thrown into Gehenna 188:0.2(2012;2)
disconcerted by rumors Jesus had risen 189:2.5(2023;4), 190:3.3(2033;3), 192:0.1(2045;1), 194:1.3(2060;3)
early opposition to Jesus 142:1.6(2060;3), 142:6.1(1601;6), 142:8.1(1605;3), 143:0.1(1607;1), 144:0.2(1617;2)
excommunicated
anyone mentioning resurrection 180:6.1(1951;2), 190:3.3(2033;3)
followers of Jesus 164:4.6,11(1814;2), 164:5.4-5(1816;1)
hostile; condemned Jesus to death; called upon all Jewry to deliver Jesus 146:4.1(1643;2), 149:3sec(1672;4), 162:1.10(1790;2), 162:2.1(1790;4), 162:7.3,6(1796;5), 171:3.4(1871;1), 172:0.3(1878;3), 172:3.2(1880;8), 173:2.2(1891;3), 184:3.1(1982;2)
Jesus before the S. Paper 184 (1978;1),)
members slapped Jesus, spit in his face 184:3.15(1983;7)
practically all members espousing Jesus were Pharisees 184:1.1(1978;4), 184:3.5(1982;6)
questioned Jesus in temple 174:2sec(1899;1)
secret meetings to decide what to do with Jesus 147:6.2(1654;1)
sent observers to find cause for Jesus' apprehension 152:0.1(1698;1)
sent orthodox vanguard to inaugurate open warfare 153:1.1,7(1707;4)
sought to kill Jesus
fearing he endangered existence of nation 175:4.5,7(1911;2)
thinking they did God's service 155:1.4(1726;1), 162:2.6(1791;4)
to prevent overthrow of authority 162:2.2(1790;5), 175:4.9(1911;6)
to protect temple revenues 175:4.6(1911;3)
unanimously voted death penalty on Jesus and Lazarus 172:1.9(1880;1), 175:3.1(1909;4)
authority of Sanhedrin
asserted authority over all synagogues 146:4.1(1643;2), 154:2.1(1718;2)
authorized to release temple funds 185:1.5(1988;4)
highest governing body and supreme court of Jewish nation 162:2.5(1791;3), 175:3.1(1909;4)
money changers licensed by 173:2.3(1891;4)
ordained all rabbis 173:2.3(1891;4)
believed untaught people accursed 162:2.9(1792;3)
burned synagogue at Hebron 154:2.1(1718;2)
character
feared the multitudes 172:3.12-14(1882;5), 172:4.1(1883;3), 173:1.9(1890;4), 173:2.1(1891;2), 173:4.5(1894;3), 174:2.1(1899;1)
kept Jews in terrible bondage to ritual, traditions 121:7.3(1340;1)
knew the truth and rejected it 180:3.2(1947;1)
lacked respect for Pilate's dignity 185:1.2(1988;1), 185:2.4,8(1989;7)
moral cowards; intellectually dishonest 159:4.10(1769;1)
scrupulous regarding ceremonies and traditions 185:0.3-4(1987;3)
spiritually blind but thoroughly moral 162:3.1(1792;5)
convened on Sabbath despite rule 164:4.1,8(1813;4), 184:0.1(1978;1)
death sentence required 2 sessions of court, Pilate's consent 184:3.10(1983;2), 184:4.1(1984;2), 185:2.3,5(1989;6)
general resentment against 156:6.7(1741;7)
Herod permitted S. to seize Jesus on religious charges 154:3sec(1719;2)
individual members
Annas 142:0.2(1596;2)
Joseph of Arimathea 188:1.2(2013;1)
Matadormus 163:2.4(1801;7)
Nicodemus 142:6.1(1601;6), 188:1.2(2013;1)
Simon 142:8.5(1606;2)
Jesus' attitude toward the Sanhedrin
denounced 153:2.3-5(1710;1), 166:1.4-5(1826;1), 175:1sec(1905;3), 175:4.2(1910;4)
held hypocritical leaders in great contempt 126:0.3(1386;3), 127:6.5(1404;4), 153:3.3-7(1712;3), 178:1.16(1932;1)
left S. undisturbed in positions of influence and power 153:2.4(1710;2), 178:1.16(1932;1)
made no reply to false charges of S. 184:3.6,8,11(1982;7), 185:2.12(1990;8), 186:2.2(1999;2)
met
at home of Caiaphas 175:4.13(1911;10), 184:0.2(1978;2)
in chamber of hewn stone 173:1.5(1889;3), 184:3.2(1982;3), 186:1.1(1997;4)
with Herod in Tiberias 154:0.1(1717;1)
with Josiah 164:4sec(1813;4)
with Judas 177:4.1(1924;5), 186:1sec(1997;4)
with Lazarus 168:3.4(1847;4)
with Mary mother of Jesus 154:6.1(1721;1), 157:0.1(1743;1)
profits from sale of sacrificial animals 173:1.1(1888;4)

Sanhedrin spies
6 appointed to follow Jesus; 3 confessed faith in Jesus 147:6.2(1654;1), 147:7.2(1655;4), 148:7.1(1664;5), 148:8.1(1665;4), 148:9.4(1667;2), 153:3.3(1712;3), 165:2.12(1819;8)
at healing of paralytic 148:9.1(1666;5)
converted spies joined evangelists 149:3.2(1672;5)
experience with Jesus regarding Sabbath 147:6.4(1654;3)

trial of Jesus wholly contrary to Jewish laws 164:4.1(1813;4), 168:3sec(1847;1), 184:3.4(1982;5), 184:5.3-5,8) 185:2.11(1990;7)

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