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Simon Peter 139:2sec(1550;4), 143:3.5(1611;3), 144:1.4(1618;1), 148:9.4(1667;2), 151:2.1-2(1689;4), 158:1.9(1753;5), 158:8sec(1761;2), 167:0.1(1833;1), 178:2.6-8(1933;3), 179:1.4(1937;2), 183:4.4(1976;2),. See also apostles of Jesus
accused by Annas's portress 184:2.1-8(1980;2)
argument with Gadiah 130:1.3(1428;3)
armed with sword 171:4.1(1871;3), 172:0.3(1878;3), 172:2.1(1880;2), 172:5.2(1884;1)
asleep in Gethsemane 182:3.1-4(1968;2)
at empty tomb 189:5sec(2027;5)
at Jesus' appearances 191:1-2sec) 191:5sec(2042;5), 192:1-4secs) 193:0sec(2052;1), 193:3sec(2055;1), 193:5sec(2057;3)
at transfiguration 158:0.2(1752;2), 158:2.5(1754;5)
calculated 1000 could have been baptized after healing at sundown 145:5.10(1636;3)
collected donkey for Jesus' entry into Jerusalem 172:3.6(1881;4)
Cornelius became believer through 130:2.5(1430;3)
crucified in Rome; wife Perpetua thrown to wild beasts 132:4.7(1461;5), 139:2.14-15(1552;3)
deliverance by midwayers after Herod killed James 77:8.12(865;5)
descendants persecuted by Christians 175:2.2(1909;2)
"do you love me?" Jesus asked 192:2.2-5(2047;6)
dream delivered S.P. from fear of uncleanness 153:3.6(1713;1)
fetched Simon Zelotes 192:1.11(2047;4)
First Epistle altered by disciple of Paul 139:2.12(1552;1)
fisher partner of Andrew, sons of Zebedee 139:1.1(1548;5), 139:2.1(1550;4), 139:3.1(1552;5)
in Annas's courtyard 184:2sec(1980;2)
Jesus
admonitions to S.P. 174:0.2(1897;2), 181:2.27-30(1962;1), 192:2.2-5(2047;6)
forgave S.P. 's denial 191:1.1-4(2039;1)
message after resurrection 189:4.12-13(2027;2), 191:0.4(2037;4)
special instructions to S.P. 140:8.1(1579;3)
washed S.P. 's feet 139:2.6(1551;2), 179:3sec(1938;3)
John Zebedee associated with 139:4.11(1555;4)
laid hands on converts receiving Spirit of Truth 139:5.9(1557;3)
married with 3 children; 30 in A.D. 26 139:2.1(1550;4)
name changed from Simon to Peter 137:1.3(1524;4), 139:2.2(1550;5)
night vision on Sea of Galilee 139:2.4(1550;7), 152:4sec(1703;1), 191:1.5(2040;1)
one of John the Baptist's foremost disciples; knew Jesus in Capernaum 137:1.1-3(1524;2)
ordination sermon to the 70 163:4.9-15(1805;6)
personal traits and attitudes
4 months of waiting especially hard on 137:7.3(1534;2)
attempted to dissuade Norana 156:1.3(1734;5)
confused, saddened by entry into Jerusalem 172:5.3(1884;2)
defended Philip's work among Samaritans, Paul's among gentiles 139:2.7(1551;3)
denied Jesus; couldn't believe himself forgiven 139:2.5(1551;1), 181:2.29(1962;3), 184:2sec(1980;2)
eloquent leader, a quick thinker, but not a deep reasoner 139:2.4(1550;7)
erratic, impulsive, enthusiastic personality 137:1.3(1524;4), 139:2.2,3,6(1550;5), 155:3.2(1727;2), 158:2.2(1754;2), 191:5.1(2042;5), 192:1.3(2046;1)
estranged from Abner 166:5.4-5(1831;7)
faults were of head, not heart 139:2.6(1551;2)
favored proclaiming Jesus king 152:2.5(1700;6)
followed afar off 139:2.9(1551;5), 183:3.10(1975;3), 184:2.1(1980;2)
presumptuous self-confidence caused trouble 139:2.3(1550;6), 181:2.27(1962;1)
superficially brave, but withered before ridicule 139:2.6(1551;2), 184:2.8(1981;2)
vacillated between faith and doubt on resurrection Sunday 191:0.4(2037;4), 191:1sec(2039;1)
position and achievements
assigned as personal aid to Jesus 138:10.3(1547;3), 139:4.3(1554;1)
chief preacher and recognized head of Jesus' apostles 157:4.2(1746;6), 192:0.2(2045;2)
choosing and holding of S.P. was paramount factor in rapid spread of Christianity 132:0.5(1456;1)
first to confess Jesus' divinity 157:3-5secs) 179:3.2(1938;4)
founded and organized Christian church 92:6.7(1011;5), 194:4.12(2068;2), 195:0.1(2069;1)
great and saving light to thousands 139:2.9-10(1551;5)
in charge of school of evangelists 148:0.3(1657;3), 148:1.1,5(1657;6), 163:0.2(1800;2)
inaugurated new religion of risen Christ 192:4.7-8(2051;4), 194:0.3(2059;3), 196:2.1(2091;3)
instigated Gospel by Mark 121:8.3(1341;4)
much more effective preacher than Jesus 141:3.2(1589;3), 141:7.10(1594;4), 172:5.3(1884;2)
Pentecost sermon won 2000 souls 139:1.6(1549;4), 193:6sec(2057;8), 194:1sec(2060;1)
preached to 500 in Bethsaida 192:4.2(2050;5)
supported James brother of Jesus 166:5.5(1832;1)
worked with Paul 139:2.7,11(1551;3)
promised to pay temple tax 157:1.1(1743;3)
protest by; "get you behind me" 158:7sec(1759;3)
questions of 155:4.2(1728;2), 158:2.2(1754;2), 159:1.4(1763;1), 163:3.2-4(1803;4), 165:6.1(1824;4), 174:1.1(1898;1), 176:1.6(1913;5), 192:2.5(2048;1)
recited parable of Lazarus and Dives 169:3sec(1854;5)
rushed forward with sword to smite Malchus 183:2.2(1972;3), 183:3.7(1974;5)
selected Simon Zelotes 138:2.8(1540;1)
sermons of 145:2.1(1629;2), 146:1.1(1637;3)
sister Martha; brother Andrew 139:2.1(1550;4), 150:1.1(1678;5)
storm on Sea of Galilee 151:5sec(1694;6)
surmised Damascus scribe might have been Jesus 132:0.7(1456;3)
took lowest seat at Remembrance Supper 179:1.4(1937;2)
Simon (Sanhedrin member)
publicly espoused Jesus' teachings 142:8.5(1606;2)
Simon the Pharisee
Jesus visited 147:5sec(1651;5)
Simon the tanner
Gadiah's employer at Joppa; embraced Christianity 130:1.1,3(1428;1)
Simon Zelotes 139:11sec(1564;6), 143:3.5(1611;3), 144:1.4(1618;1),. See also apostles of Jesus
at healing of 10 lepers 166:2.3-6(1827;5)
at Jesus' appearances 191:2sec(2040;2), 191:5sec(2042;5), 192:1-4secs) 193:0sec(2052;1), 193:3sec(2055;1), 193:5sec(2057;3)
attempted to heal James of Safed's son 158:4.6(1756;3)
call of 138:3sec(1540;4)
distributed 100 swords 171:4.1(1871;3), 182:2.3(1966;3), 183:2.2(1972;3)
fiery agitator; high officer of Zealots; merchant from Capernaum; selected by Peter 138:2.8(1540;1), 139:11.1(1564;6)
in charge of apostles' recreation 138:10.9(1547;9), 139:11.2(1564;7)
in retirement before going forth to preach 192:4.7(2051;4), 193:6.4(2058;3)
Jesus' personal admonitions to 174:0.2(1897;2), 181:2.7-11(1956;2)
kept at work by belief Jesus would soon return 192:2.5-6(2048;1)
personal traits and attitudes
attempted to dissuade Norana 156:1.5(1735;1)
clung to material ideas of kingdom 193:3.2(2055;2)
dreamed of new nationalist government 172:5.10(1886;2)
elated, then disillusioned, by entry into Jerusalem 172:5.10(1886;2)
favored proclaiming Jesus king 152:2.5(1700;6)
grew despondent; forsook his brethren after crucifixion 139:11.10(1565;7), 181:2.10(1956;5), 191:0.8(2038;3), 192:1.10-11(2047;3)
impassioned plea to rescue Jesus 183:4.2(1975;5)
inspirationally loyal; material-minded; liked to argue 139:11.3-6(1564;8)
personal worker 141:3.2(1589;3)
preached in Alexandria; died in heart of Africa 139:11.11(1565;8)
questions of 141:6.2(1592;4), 149:5.1(1674;3), 169:2.1(1853;4), 193:3.2(2055;2)
tactical blunder at Nazareth rejection 150:9.3(1686;6)
turned his business over to a nephew 138:3.3(1540;6)
wished to deal roughly with Kirmeth 148:8.3(1666;2)
among primitives
belief sickness was punishment for 90:3.8(990;3)
community calamity regarded as punishment for tribal s. 89:2.4(976;1), 136:2.1(1510;4)
penalty for s. was death 89:2.2(975;6)
s. made natural death logical 89:2.2(975;6)
s. was ritual, not rational; transgression of taboo 70:11.4(797;2), 84:4.8(936;1), 89:2.2-3(975;6)
cannot prevail against kingdom of heaven 157:4.5(1747;3)

dealing with sin
believers should not worry much about punishment of 188:4.10(2017;5)
cannot be entertained when no opening for evil 43:4.9(490;4)
faith is effective armor against 53:8.8(610;4)
go forward in righteousness or retrogress into 156:2.6(1736;3)
mercy requires wrongdoer have sufficient time to formulate deliberate attitude regarding 54:5.2(617;2)
prayer mobilizes soul to withstand 196:0.10(2088;5)
quickest final cure is full disclosure 54:5.9-12(617;9)
summary suppression of Lucifer rebellion would have tripled number led astray 54:5.12(618;1)
voluntary repentance of, cleansing from, all known s. 150:5.5(1683;2), 156:2.7(1736;4)

defined as
attitude of person toward reality 67:7.4(761;3)
conscious wholehearted identification with evil 54:3.2(615;4)
conscious choosing to oppose spiritual progress 67:1.4(754;5)
deliberate transgression of divine will 14:2.9(155;3), 75:4.3(842;5), 89:10.2-3(984;5), 148:4.4,6(1660;3), 170:2.19(1861;3), 186:5.7(2003;1), 188:4.5(2016;10)
despicable; make no excuse for 131:3.3,5(1446;5)
failure to perceive obligations of cosmic citizenship 118:7.4(1301;1)
hated by God and Jesus; Jesus is ruthless with s. 2:6.8(41;6), 100:7.11,14(1102;8), 147:5.9(1653;3), 159:3.9(1766;5), 161:2.6(1786;1)
honest doubts are not s. 102:1.1(1118;4)
immature choosing willfully endorsed 3:5.15(52;1), 54:0.2(613;2), 130:1.5-6(1429;1)
inevitable if creature is to be free 54:0.2(613;2), 54:3.1(615;3), 75:8.6-7(846;5), 118:7.3-4(1300;7)
isolated 56:10.14(647;5)
not a person 2:6.8(41;6)
not part of God's consciousness 174:1.4(1898;4)
originating in misuse, distortion, and perversion 111:6.3(1222;2)
prostituting divine talents for selfish gain 136:6.9(1519;2)
purposeful resistance to divine reality 67:1.4(754;5), 67:7.4(761;3)
requiring insincerity 53:2.5(603;1)
saying what is good but not doing it 175:1.8(1906;5)
suggests abject spiritual poverty 67:1.5(755;1)
urge of self and spurious personal liberty; disregard of fraternal obligations, blindness to cosmic relationships 53:0.1(601;1)
deliver us from sinful transgression 144:5.3(1622;2)
does God choose to foreknow s. ? 3:3.4(49;3)
does not indicate fault in creatorship 35:9.7(393;7)
effect of sin
always deleterious to a family 54:5.5(617;5), 54:6.3-4(618;6)
creates dead level of evil inertia 182:1.8(1965;2)
does not alienate God's affection 3:1.12(46;4)
ends in pain 131:3.5(1447;2)
fatal only when it is attitude of whole being 67:7.4-5(761;3)
greatest punishment for s. is loss of existence 2:3.2,5(36;7)
habitual s. easily becomes iniquity 67:1.6(755;2)
inherently suicidal 2:3.5(37;3), 53:9.8(611;7)
innocent children often share in consequences of parents' follies 75:5.6(843;8)
justice demands adjudication of every default 39:1.8(428;2)
law of God destroys 2:6.8(41;6)
light which saves if accepted, condemns if knowingly rejected 162:5.3(1795;2), 180:3.2(1947;1), 184:1.5(1979;3), 185:7.2(1996;1)
man can reject survival by s. 111:1.9(1217;4)
may evolve if self becomes proud and arrogant 111:6.2(1222;1)
no person suffers vital spiritual deprivation because of another's s. 67:7.4-7(761;3), 188:4.3,5(2016;8)
personal consequences of s. of concern only to Deity and individual sinner 67:7.1(760;6)
repercussions are inevitable and collective 67:7sec(760;6)
repercussions of Adam and Eve's default 75:5sec(843;3)
retards intellectual development, moral growth, social progress, and mass spiritual attainment 67:7.6(761;5)
separates sinner from communion with God's spirit 5:1.10(64;1)
sooner or later punished 148:5.3(1661;5), 148:6.3(1663;1)
soul-destroying 67:7.1(760;6)
torments indwelling gift of God 3:1.5(45;3)
wages of s. is death 46:8.4(529;3), 53:9.8(611;7)
way of transgressor is hard 53:9.8(611;7), 75:6.4(844;6)
examples 153:3.5(1712;5)
forgiveness of sin. See forgiveness: divine forgiveness
glamour, fascination, and intoxication of committing 186:1.6(1998;4)
has never occurred in Havona 14:2.9(155;3)
if false shepherd were blind, he would have no 165:2.3(1818;5)
Nalda was more sinned against 143:5.8(1614;2)
often appears to prevail 194:3.2(2062;11)
original sin. See original sin doctrine
pleasant adjustment to paths of 75:2.4(840;6), 139:12.5(1566;4)
possibility of default is opportunity for loyalty 3:5.12(51;11)
proves existence of free will 54:4.3(616;2)
Spirit of Truth illuminates difference between s. and righteousness 180:6.2(1951;3)
who convicts Jesus of s. ? 162:7.4(1797;1)

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