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Isador
wrote Gospel of Matthew in A.D. 71 121:8.5-7(1341;6), 139:7.5(1560;1)
Isaiah (first) 96:4.9(1057;5), 126:4.2-5(1391;6), 137:6.2(1532;4), 142:5.4(1601;4), 145:2.2(1629;3), 147:8.1-4(1656;2), 153:3.3(1712;3)
appeared in wake of arousal of Hebrew conscience 97:5.1(1066;5)
Jesus' birthday text from writing of 97:5.3(1066;7), 123:5.11(1363;4), 126:4.2(1391;6), 140:3.2(1570;3), 150:8.9(1686;1), 190:5.4(2035;1)
monotheism not widely accepted until 92:6.6(1011;4)
preached beneficent king-deliverer 97:8.3(1071;1)
preached God's infinite wisdom and perfection 97:5.1-3(1066;5)
said Jerusalem would never fall 97:9.22(1074;4)
Isaiah (second) 97:7sec(1068;1), 126:4.6-7(1392;4), 142:3.22(1599;14), 174:5.3(1902;4)
counteracted racially egoistic Messiah concepts 97:7.13-14(1070;2)
Father spoke through 155:6.2(1730;6)
John the Baptist impressed by 135:4.4(1499;4)
most beautiful pronouncements about Father ever 97:7.9,13(1069;4)
prophet of Babylonian captivity 97:7.14(1070;3)
spoke of salvation by sacrifice and redemption 97:8.3(1071;1)
wrote chapters 40-55 in Book of Isaiah 97:7.4(1068;4)
Ishtar
Mesopotamian spirit of sex fertility 95:1.5-7(1042;6)
required one-time embrace of strangers 95:1.5(1042;6)
Isis
Egyptian agricultural workers worshiped 95:5.12(1048;6)
Ishtar cult in Egypt 95:1.7(1043;2)
mother of Osiris in Egyptian mystery cult 98:4.2-5(1081;5)
Islam. See also Mohammed
chapter of Koran devoted to evil eye 87:5.5(962;6)
clear-cut presentation of Allah as only Deity 94:2.8(1029;6), 95:7.6(1051;4)
failed to grasp idea of Trinity 92:6.8(1011;6), 104:1.9(1144;6)
great international, interracial faith 92:6.2,5(1010;6)
influence of Islam
I. conquered Buddhism in northern India 94:2.8(1029;6), 94:9.3(1038;1)
I. overwhelmed eastern Christianity 171:1.6(1869;2), 195:1.11(2072;4)
on India, Hinduism 79:4.8(882;8), 94:4.1(1031;2)
Nanak incorporated I. into Sikhism 92:5.12(1010;3), 92:7.2(1012;3)
Islam influenced by
Judaism 97:10.6(1076;3)
Zoroastrianism 95:6.7(1050;3)
Mohammed founded 92:5.3,11(1008;5)
provides deliverance from rigorous moral standards 5:4.5(67;3)
taboo on pork 89:1.5(975;2)
teaches inferiority of women 82:4.3(917;6), 84:5.6(937;3), 95:7.6(1051;4)
use of military force to promulgate 95:7.6(1051;4)
islands of space, dark. See dark islands of space
Isle of Paradise. See Paradise
Isle of Patmos
Apostle John banished to 139:4.13-14(1555;6)
isms
many i. arose from garbled Adjuster communications 110:4.5(1207;5)
isolation. See also loneliness
effect
divergence of personality from trend of universe 130:4.8(1434;7)
exhausts energy charge of soul 160:2.8-9(1776;2)
fatal to happiness 111:4.7(1220;6), 193:3.2(2055;2)
most undesirable when prolonged 100:5.8(1099;6)
not good for man to be alone 112:1.16(1227;6), 160:2.6(1775;7), 193:3.2(2055;2)
planetary i. affords opportunity to exercise faith 50:7sec(578;6)
examples
Adam and Eve painfully aware of planetary isolation 74:3.1-2(830;4), 75:0.1(839;1), 75:1sec(839;2)
Buddhism advocated i. from objective reality 94:11.6(1039;5)
fate of Judas is solemn warning against 193:4.1,12(2055;4)
Thomas would have fared better with his fellows 139:8.10-11(1562;4), 189:4.1(2025;2), 191:0.1,3,12(2037;1), 191:5.1(2042;5)
from progressive spiritual aims as result of weariness, doubt, and confusion 32:3.6(361;1)
Jesus
cf: instruction to go apart 155:5.14(1730;2), 157:4.8(1747;6), 157:7.2(1751;1)
destroyed basis for feelings of i. 103:4.4(1133;4), 140:8.11(1580;6)
faith of Jesus provides salvation from 5:4.5(67;3), 101:6.8(1112;4)
gospel demands active social contact 140:10.5(1585;3)
knows of our i. 181:1.6(1954;3)
times of isolation 136:2.6(1512;2), 136:3-10secs)
on Mount Hermon 134:7.6-7(1492;6), 134:8sec(1492;8)
went apart for communion 136:4.8(1515;2), 144:3.4,9(1620;2), 151:0.1(1688;1), 151:5.1(1694;6), 152:4.1(1703;1), 152:5.5,12(1704;4), 153:5.2(1715;2), 158:1.6(1753;2), 160:1.10-12(1774;2), 160:3.1(1777;2)
triumphed over all fears of 182:3.9(1969;4), 184:4.6(1985;1)
no thing or being lives in 56:10.14(647;5)
prayer prevents 91:2.7(996;5)
religion cures 101:10.7(1117;1)
society is result of man's dislike of 68:2.1(764;4)
Spirit of Truth destroys feelings of orphanhood 194:2.2(2060;7)
isolation worlds. See prison worlds
Israel. See also Ephraim; Galilee; Judea; Palestine; Perea
children of I. so called after days of Abraham 96:2.3(1055;1), 136:1.1(1509;3)
conspired with Egypt to refuse to pay tribute to Assyria; was destroyed 97:9.21(1074;3)
fell under rule of city despots 97:9.18(1073;8)
wars with Judah 97:9.18(1073;8)
Israelites. See also Jews
3 or 4 tribes settled in Palestine 97:9.1(1071;6)
national consciousness took origin in Ephraim 97:9.2(1071;7)
isthmuses. See land bridges
Andites in 80:7.11(896;3)
Jesus' trip to Rome Paper 132 (1455;1),) 130:8.3-6(1440;3), 133:0-2secs)
tribes dwelt in houses erected on piles over lakes of 80:8.3(897;1)
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Jabbok
flows into Jordan river 124:6.6(1374;6)
Jacob (evangelist)
directed younger evangelists 150:5.1(1682;3)
Jacob (messenger)
David's most fleet and trustworthy messenger 182:2.5(1966;5)
Jacob of Crete
Jewish trader; inquired of God's wrath 142:2sec(1597;1)
Jacob of Emmaus
at Jesus' 7th appearance 190:5sec(2034;2)
Jacob (Old Testament) 126:1.2(1387;2)
had difficulty grasping Salem traditions 93:9.5(1023;2)
slept on stone because he venerated it 85:1.1(944;5)
Jacob the stone mason (father)
business associate of Joseph 124:2.4(1368;6), 126:3.1(1389;4)
laid to rest 128:7.12(1418;4)
young Jesus asked advice of 123:6.9(1365;4)
Jacob the stone mason (son) 123:1.4(1357;1), 124:2.4(1368;6)
business associate of brothers of Jesus 128:2.2(1410;1), 128:5.8(1414;6)
Jesus' close boyhood friend and self-appointed defender 123:1.4(1357;1), 124:2.4(1368;6), 133:1.5(1470;1)
marriage to Miriam 128:5.8(1414;6), 128:7.10,12(1418;2)
Jacob's well 124:6.1(1374;1), 127:3.3(1399;2), 143:5.2-3(1612;5), 193:1sec(2053;3)
Jah
Semite appellation of Deity 96:1.9(1053;7)
Jainism 92:6.2(1010;6)
6th century B.C. religious movement 92:5.9(1009;6)
Ganid's abstract of 131:6sec(1450;5)
influence on Hinduism 94:4.1(1031;2)
Jairus 152:0.1(1698;1), 152:1sec(1699;1)
Jerusalem leaders labored to dissuade 153:1.7(1709;1)
Jesus healed daughter of 152:0.1(1698;1), 152:1.1-3(1699;1)
presided in new Capernaum synagogue 152:0.1(1698;1), 153:1.1(1707;4)
resigned as chief ruler; aligned with Jesus 154:1.2(1717;5)
James, Epistle of. See James (brother of Jesus): Epistle of
James Alpheus. See Alpheus twins
James (brother of Jesus) 126:3.12(1391;2), 126:4.9(1392;7), 126:5.8(1393;5), 127:2.11(1398;3), 137:6.1,4(1532;3), 154:5.1(1720;2),. See also Jesus: family
accompanied Mary to wedding at Cana 137:4.4(1529;1)
accompanied Mary upon Joseph's accident 126:2.1(1388;1)
among 120 at Pentecost 193:6.1(2057;8), 194:3.15(2065;3)
at Jesus' appearances; call to service 190:2.2-6(2031;6)
attitude
drifted into doubt 190:2.2(2031;6)
estranged from Abner 166:5.4-5(1831;7)
feared for his safety 154:6.2(1721;2)
Jesus' failure to make J. apostle caused gulf 138:0.1(1538;1)
learned to practice conciliation 139:4.13(1555;6)
never wholly gave up faith in Jesus 134:9.6(1495;3)
permitted pride to interfere 154:6.1(1721;1)
placated bellicose playmates by persuasion and nonresistance 127:4.5(1401;5)
suffered from failure to enjoy earlier association with Jesus 154:6.9(1722;5), 192:2.7(2048;3)
very religious 127:3.2(1399;1)
well-balanced and even-tempered youth; good student, not overly spiritual 127:4.7(1401;7)
born April 2, 3 B.C.; second child 123:1.5(1357;2)
compact with Jesus regarding family obligations, repair shop 128:7.13(1418;5), 129:2.5(1422;2)

Epistle of James portrays religious life of Jesus 196:2.1(2091;3)

first Passover with Jesus 127:3.1-6(1398;5)
heard voice at Jesus' baptism 135:8.2,6(1503;5)
Jesus installed as head of family 128:2.4-7(1410;3), 128:5.1(1413;6), 134:1.4(1484;1)
Jesus' relations with 124:4.3(1371;6)
Jesus turned over house in Capernaum to 134:1.1(1483;3)
joined apostles during months of training 137:7.1(1533;5)
marriage to Esta 128:5.7(1414;5), 128:7.10-11(1418;2)
remained in Jerusalem after crucifixion 190:1.10(2031;4)
speech at Zealot incident 127:2.8-9(1397;6)
supported by Peter 166:5.5(1832;1)
titular head of Christian church in Jerusalem 163:2.7(1802;3), 166:5.3(1831;6), 194:4.12(2068;2)
worked in Zebedee's boat shop 134:1.1(1483;3), 134:9.6(1495;3)
James of Safed
"Lord I believe; help my unbelief" 158:5.2(1757;2)
son healed 158:4-5secs)

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