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children. See also child-rearing; family; home
20 was age of choice for children of Adam 75:6.3(844;5)
Adjusterless c. reckoned still attached to parents 49:6.12(570;1)
affectionate parents never called upon to forgive 174:1.2(1898;2)
alter egos of 91:3.1(996;7)
among primitives
alamity for ancestor worshippers not to have sons 84:7.19(940;15)
c. belonged to mother in plural marriages 83:5.1(925;6), 83:7.1(928;2)
custom of sacrificing first-born 89:6.6,8(981;3), 89:7.1,3(981;6)
girls killed prior to wife purchase 68:6.8(770;5)
illegitimate c. became wards of girl's mother 68:6.9(770;6)
mother's interests always sacrificed for 84:7.10(940;6)
mothers once killed and ate c. to renew strength 89:5.4(979;3)
primitives desired many 84:7.11-19(940;7)
strangled at birth if deformed, sickly, premature 68:6.8(770;5), 84:1.4(932;1)
were common property 70:3.1(787;1)
angels care for 158:8.1(1761;2)
Christianity put end to infanticide 195:3.5(2073;9)
discipline
began very early among ancients 84:7.20-25(941;1)
children should early learn to sacrifice 140:5.22(1575;7)
favorable to children 66:7.5(750;7), 127:4.3(1401;3), 142:2.4(1597;4), 142:7.9(1604;4), 143:1.4(1608;1), 177:2.7(1923;1), 188:4.10(2017;5)
do not dislodge c. 's ideals 48:6.21(554;6)
easily taught to function as peacemakers 140:5.19(1575;4)
evaluate experience in accordance with pleasure 100:1.1(1094;3)
family life cannot be had without 99:4.2(1089;5)
first conflict is between altruism and egoism 103:2.7(1131;6)
have natural affection for fathers 140:10.4(1585;2)
having c. entails supreme responsibility 84:7.25-26(941;6)
importance of early home life 177:2.5(1922;3)
innocent c. share in consequences of parents' follies 75:5.6(843;8)
Jesus
blessed the little c. 158:8.1(1761;2), 167:6sec(1839;6)
forbidden to father c. 120:3.5,8(1329;6)
played with c. 127:1.8(1396;5), 127:3.8(1399;7), 128:6.10-12(1416;3), 138:8.9(1545;10), 172:1.4(1879;2)
said not to despise any c. 113:1.1(1241;3)
kingdom of heaven is like 167:6.1(1839;6)
leaving c. for sake of kingdom 163:3.4(1804;1), 171:2.2(1869;4)
love c. as God loves us 133:2.2(1471;1)
love of c. not augmented by unwise pursuit of pleasure 84:8.4(942;5)
minister to c. 192:2.2(2047;6)
must first master parent-child relationship 8:1.11(92;1)
natural urge to relieve suffering 140:5.17(1575;2)
naturally trustful 140:5.14(1574;7)
need fathers as well as mothers 47:1.6(531;4)
now are economic liabilities 84:7.27(941;8)
of world wiser than c. of kingdom 169:2.1,5(1853;4)
parents are copartners with Makers in creating 167:5.7(1839;4)
permanently impressed only by loyalties of adults 100:1.4(1094;6)
playing in the market place 144:8.7(1627;4)
should honor parents 66:7.15(751;10), 93:4.13(1018;2), 131:2.12(1446;1), 149:6.6(1675;7), 153:3.3(1712;3), 163:2.4(1801;7)
to enter kingdom, become as little 137:8.8(1536;5), 140:10.4(1585;2), 144:4.3(1621;2), 149:6.11(1676;5), 155:6.12(1732;5), 170:2.18(1861;2), 170:3.2(1861;7), 181:2.20(1960;1), 196:0.12(2089;2)
who die before age of spiritual choice. See probationary nursery
wholly dependent on parents for all early concepts 177:2.5(1922;3)
whoso receives c. receives Jesus 158:8.1(1761;2)
whosoever causes c. to stumble, better cast into sea 158:8.1(1761;2)
women naturally love babies more than men 69:3.2(774;1)
chimpanzees 62:5.2(707;8),. See also simians
retarded mid-mammals were ancestors of 62:3.12(706;3)
Ch'in Shih Huang Ti
combated Confucianism 94:6.11(1034;6)
40,000 year old culture 79:8.12(888;5)
Andites drove inferiors into southern C. 79:2.4(880;2)
Andites entered 78:5.5-6(873;1), 79:1.1(878;2), 79:6.5(885;2), 79:7sec(886;2)
appearance of cities in 10,000 B.C. 79:1.4(879;1), 79:7.5(886;6)
Asoka established Buddhism in 94:9.1(1037;4)
blending of Caucasoid and Mongoloid in north 81:4.9(905;5)
Buddhism accepted in 94:11.1(1038;8)
civilization of 79:6sec(884;4), 79:8sec(887;1)
commercial relations with Mesopotamia 79:7.6(886;7)
cultural union of Yangtze and Yellow river centers 79:8.5(887;5)
education in 79:8.7(887;7)
evolution of Ming and Mogul dynasties 134:5.9(1488;7)
favored by geography 79:6.12(885;9)
follows Taoist and Confucian teachings 92:6.4(1011;2)
geology 59:1.13(674;3), 59:4.7(678;8), 59:5.20(682;3), 60:2.6(687;7)
growth of commerce in 81:3.1(903;3)
Han Empire 134:5.1(1487;8)
library at Alexandria contained manuscripts from 130:3.4(1432;4)
Neanderthalers spread to 64:4.1(720;7)
red race left imprint 64:6.5(723;4)
regrettable no Peter or Paul went into 130:2.3(1430;1), 130:3.3(1432;3)
religious awakening of 600 B.C. 79:8.11(888;4)
Salem missionaries in 93:7.2(1021;6), 94:5sec(1032;3)
China Seas
Buddhist missionaries braved dangers of 94:9.2(1037;5)
Chinese 79:5sec(883;2),. See also China; yellow race
live peaceably with fellows 64:6.14,16(724;4), 79:5.5(883;6), 79:6.8(885;5), 79:8.6(887;6)
achieved high civilization apart from Andites 79:5.8(884;2)
Andite cultural and spiritual legacy 79:7.4-5(886;5)
apt students of warfare; relentless, aggressive 79:5.5(883;6)
children require little discipline 84:7.21(941;2)
difference between northern and southern races 79:5.6(883;7), 79:6.7(885;4)
early river settlements disrupted by floods 79:6.4(885;1)
first to establish settled communities 64:6.14(724;4)
improved tone of bell by human sacrifice 89:6.4(981;1)
Jesus' talk with Chang 133:4.9(1475;2)
cumbersome ideographic writing 66:5.10(746;8), 79:8.7(887;7)
learned to plant seeds 81:1.6(901;1)
most advanced social development on Urantia 68:0.3(763;3)
now reawakening 79:8.13(888;6)
numbered 12 million in 15,000 B.C.; aggressive militarists; spoke common language 79:6.9(885;6)
pacific tendencies 79:8.2,5(887;2)
raised animals by 5000 B.C. 81:2.8(902;2)
religious beliefs
basis of ancestor worship 68:4.3(767;3), 94:5.7(1033;2)
degenerated into swarms of devils and dragons 94:6.12(1033;2)
dragon worship is survival of snake cult 85:3.3(946;5)
employed magic to protect against demons 90:2.8(988;4)
first to achieve freedom from abject fear of gods 94:5.7(1033;2)
regarded disease as result of evil demons 90:3.8(990;3)
soul and body remained together after death 86:4.8(953;7)
Singlangton assumed leadership of 45:4.8(513;9), 64:6.15(724;5)
sons of Han 79:8.12(888;5)
statehood delayed by thoroughness of conquest 79:8.1,6(887;1)
treated women better than most 84:5.6(937;3)
unexcelled in family loyalty, group ethics, personal morality 79:8.9,12(888;2), 84:7.1(939;4)
yin and yang teaching 111:0.4(1215;4)
chlorine 57:8.3(660;5)
chlorophyll making
most important step in plant evolution 65:6.3(737;3)
Chorazin 138:9.3(1546;5), 152:7.3(1706;4)
general rejection of gospel at 146:4.6(1644;2), 155:2sec(1726;4)
woe upon light-rejecting inhabitants of 163:6.5(1807;4)
chosen people
doctrine
Amos, Hosea attacked egoistic doctrine 97:4.2-6(1065;5)
danger of institutional religion 99:6.3(1092;3)
Jews' reaction against national inferiority 93:9.9(1023;6)
persistently mischief-making error 92:3.2(1005;4)
priests invented fables of 97:7.1(1068;1)
prime factor in nation building 71:3.2(803;2)
Israelites were c.p. for carrying truth of God to every nation 97:9.27(1075;3), 97:10.1(1075;6)
Jews attributed national independence to belief 121:2.8(1334;2)
Jews perplexed by Babylonian captivity due to belief 97:8.3(1071;1)
Moses proclaimed Yahweh had singled out Hebrews as 96:4.6(1057;2)
no such thing as 134:5.4(1488;2)
obedience to God was Moses' condition of being 96:5.6(1058;4)
Samuel said Yahweh chiefly occupied with 97:1.7(1063;4)
Christ. See also Jesus; Michael of Nebadon
divine Jesus became a religion 196:2.4(2092;2)
do not sacrifice human Jesus to concept of glorified Christ 196:1.2(2090;3), 196:2.5(2092;3)
Michael of Nebadon referred to as Christ Michael 0:5.3(8;3), 20:4.4(227;2), 21:0.3(234;3), 21:6.4(242;3), 27:0.2(298;2), 30:4.4(341;1), 33:1.1(366;2), 33:2.3(367;5), 37:2.6(407;6), 37:5.1(410;4), 40:6.5(448;4), 40:7.2(448;9), 45:4.1(513;2), 50:6.5(578;5), 51:3.9(584;2), 52:5.5(596;3), 52:6.1(597;2), 53:0.2(601;2), 53:5.3(605;7), 75:2.2(840;4), 77:6.6(863;1), 77:7.5(863;6), 83:8.3(929;6), 92:4.8(1008;1), 93:9.11(1024;2), 93:10.5-8(1025;1), 94:6.1(1033;4), 98:7.2(1084;1), 101:6.5(1112;1), 102:3.14(1122;10), 119:8.8-9(1319;1), 120:0.9(1325;2), 120:4.2-3(1331;2), 121:1.1(1332;2), 121:3.1(1334;7), 136:5.4(1516;4), 196:1.1(2090;2)
the anointed one 98:7.2(1084;1)

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