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luck 86:1sec(950;3),. See also chance; gambling
attempts to buy off bad l. by bribery 87:6.2(964;1)
bad l. more memorable than good l. 86:1.3(950;5)
covenants were new device for insuring against bad l. 89:8.6(983;4)
entered into all affairs of primitive life 91:0.2(994;2)
good or bad l. became associated with good or bad spirits 86:6.4(955;9), 87:4.1,4(961;2)
good l. viewed as harbinger of calamity 86:1.2(950;4)
intelligent human beings still believe in 88:6.7(972;7)
l. regarded as whimsical reaction of spirit world 86:2.6(952;1)
much called good l. might really be bad 118:10.9(1305;4)
term coined to cover inexplicable 86:2.5(951;7)
Luke

Gospel of Luke
based on Gospel by Mark; Isador; eyewitnesses; records of Cedes and Andrew 121:8.9(1342;4)
episode of widow's son at Nain 146:6.4(1646;1)
included Selta apocrypha 176:2.8(1915;5)
is somewhat the Gospel by Paul 121:8.9(1342;4)
Jesus' avoidance of writing delayed 121:0.1(1332;1), 121:8.3(1341;4)
left out Peter's night vision 152:4.4(1703;4)
Peter's style shown in 139:2.12(1552;1)
presents Jesus as friend of publicans and sinners 121:8.8(1342;3)
reconciliation of dates of Jesus' baptism 136:2.8(1512;4)
retains something of human Jesus 196:2.3(2092;1)
story of thief on cross 187:4.3(2009;2)

physician of Antioch; gentile convert of Paul; wrote Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles; died A.D. 90 121:8.8-9(1342;3)
strong believer in social equality 140:8.16(1581;3)
Luminous Persons. See Deity
lunacy. See insanity
lunatics. See insanity
lungs
arthropods' swim bladders evolved into 59:5.5(680;7)
lust. See also flesh; sex: urge
adultery in the heart 140:6.5(1576;5)
and entire council lost in rebellion 67:4.1(757;4)
led guardians of health and life 66:5.17(747;7)
Serapatatia a descendant of 75:3.1(841;1)
Lutentia
System Sovereign of Palonia, first Nebadon rebel 119:2.1-6(1310;4)
Luxor
depiction of birth of Amenhotep III 111:0.5(1215;5)
luxuries
man squanders resources on 69:5.11(776;9)
occidental civilization groans under overload of 68:2.5(765;2), 70:2.9(786;5)
parents should withhold most 147:5.9(1653;3), 177:2.2(1921;6)
vie with necessities in material-comfort era 50:5.6(577;1)
Luz 155:4.1-2(1728;1)
Lydda 123:0.6(1356;3), 127:6.4(1404;3), 128:3.2(1411;2)
lying. See also fraud; honesty; truth
commandments against 66:7.11(751;6), 93:4.9(1017;11), 94:8.9(1036;11), 131:2.12(1446;1), 163:2.4(1801;7)
mistake always frankly to speak one's mind 180:5.5(1949;7), 181:2.21(1960;2)
Peter justified his 184:2.11(1981;5)
sense of proportion necessary in exercise of virtue 16:7.7(193;6)
shadow of hair's turning, premeditated for untrue purpose 48:6.22(555;1)
lynch law
allowed crimes of honor 82:4.4(917;7)
murders under pretense of unwritten law 70:10.9(795;6)
represents unwillingness to surrender private redress 70:10.16(796;6)
secret societies practiced 70:7.12(792;1)
Lysimachia
Jews encompassed Matthew's death at 139:7.10(1560;6)
M
Macad 165:0.1(1817;1)
Maccabee, Judas. See Judas Maccabee
Maccabees. See also Judas Maccabee
ancestors of Mary mother of Jesus identified with 122:5.10(1349;6)
Asmonean palace of the M. 125:1.5(1379;1), 128:3.5(1411;5), 185:4.1(1992;3)
Essenes originated during revolt of 137:7.8(1534;7)
Fourth Book of M. exemplifies Stoicism 121:6.3(1338;6)
Jews coined silver money during Asmonean dynasty 173:1.3(1889;1)
Samaritan temple destroyed in time of 143:4.2(1612;2)
Macedonia 194:4.13(2068;3)
Andrew proclaimed gospel in 139:1.12(1550;3)
Machaerus, fortress of
Herod Antipas maintained residence at 135:12.1,4(1508;1)
John imprisoned at 135:12.1(1508;1), 144:8.6(1627;3), 144:9.1(1627;6)
machines. See also tools
effectiveness of m. determines survival of contending groups 81:6.20(909;1)
inestimable benefits of 81:2.10(902;4)
no self-conscious evaluation 195:6.11,13(2077;7), 195:7.3,8-14)
unemployment arising from laborsaving m. 81:6.22(909;3)
Madagascar 78:5.5(873;1)
some tribes of M. destroy children born on unlucky days 68:6.10(770;7)
madman at Fair Havens
Jesus restrained assault by 130:5.4(1436;5)
madness. See insanity
Madon 134:7.5(1492;5), 146:4.6(1644;2)
Magadan Park 156:6.4(1741;4), 159:0.1(1762;1), 159:6.1-2(1771;2), 162:9.6(1798;7)
discussions with Rodan at Papers 160-161)
ordination of the 70 at 163:0.1(1800;1)
south of Bethsaida-Julias 155:0.1(1725;1), 157:2.1(1744;4)
Magdala 129:1.2(1419;5), 134:7.5(1492;5), 138:9.3(1546;5), 150:2sec(1679;3), 155:4.1(1728;1)
Jesus' uncle was fisherman near 123:6.1(1364;4), 124:3.1(1369;7)
Joseph father of Jesus worked at 123:3.8(1360;3)
Jude lived with relative at 128:7.8(1417;7), 137:3.1(1527;4)
Magellanic Cloud
in Milky Way galaxy 15:4.8(170;2)
Magi, adoring. See wise men (Magi)
art of coercing involuntary spirit aid; securing insight into future 88:4.1-2(970;6)
attempt to manipulate God or reality without affecting the ego of manipulator 91:2.2(995;7), 91:8.2,7(1001;3)
belief much sickness caused by 90:3.7(990;2)
beneficial aspects
cocoon of modern science 81:2.5(901;8), 88:6.8(973;1)
prepared way for superior religion by assuming reality of supermaterial beings 103:9.4(1141;2)
represented primitives' desire to know and to control environment 88:4.4(970;9)
black m. ceremonies practiced by sorcerers, magicians, or witches with aid of irregular spirits 90:2.2-3(987;6)
cure for defective m. was more m. 88:4.6(971;2)
customary for practitioner to work unclothed 88:6.1(972;1)
detrimental aspects
burdensome to life from cradle to grave 95:2.5(1044;4)
devotees become lazy 69:2.6(773;7)
devotees ignore score of failures 85:4.4(947;3)
primitive man enslaved to 91:0.2(994;2)
surrounded entire life of ancients 83:4.2(924;5)
gesture, older than speech, considered more magical 88:6.4(972;4)
interpreted spirit messages 87:5.9(963;4)
linguistic fossils 88:6.7(972;7)
place in evolution of religious observances 90:0.1(986;1)
practices derived from ancient superstitions 150:3.2,8,11(1680;4)
public and private phases 88:6.2(972;2)
ritual of chants and incantations 88:6.3(972;3)
sleight-of-hand feats employed by shamans 90:1.4(987;2)
slow to give way to foresight, self-denial, and industry 69:2.7(773;8)
supposed efficacy of images 88:5.3(971;5)
white m. ceremonials practiced by priests or shamans 90:2.2(987;6)

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