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approaches universe from outside 103:6.2(1135;4)
atheistic s. was father of secularism 195:8.2(2081;2)
benefited most from printing press 81:6.9(907;6)
cannot create matter or life 36:6.1(403;6), 42:1.4(468;1), 65:6.1(737;1)
cannot prove existence of God, soul 1:2.4(24;2), 42:1.3(467;5), 133:6.7(1478;6)
confers increasing liberty on mankind 81:2.10(902;4), 81:6.22(909;3)
destroyed childlike illusions, materialistic faith 99:3.7(1088;8), 155:3.6(1727;6), 195:6.4(2076;9)
discoveries not real until unraveled and correlated in scientist's consciousness 102:2.5(1120;2), 102:7.9(1127;3)
emancipated woman 84:5.7-8(937;4)
engaged in agelong contest between truth and error 12:9.5(141;6)
facts set forth in Urantia Papers do not anticipate new discoveries 101:4.2(1109;4)
final physical discoveries made in era of light and life 55:4.5(627;3)
has no lasting quarrel with true religion 99:4.8(1090;4), 195:7.2(2078;5)
honest search for true causes gave birth to 81:2.5(901;8)
identifies, analyzes, and classifies segmented parts of the cosmos 102:3.10(1122;6)
imagination and conjecture extend borders of 103:6.11(1137;1)
Jesus' discourse on s. at Athens 133:5sec(1476;3)
materialistic s. harbors seeds of own destruction 132:1.3(1457;2)
often too self-confident and dogmatic 103:7.7(1138;5)
philosophy cannot be predicated on observations of 42:9.4(480;2)
purifies religion by destroying superstition 81:6.10(907;7)
religion is mother of s. 5:5.5(68;7), 92:3.9(1006;6)
should extend man's horizon 195:7.2(2078;5)
should not discount religion on basis of credulity 102:6.8-10(1125;3)
study continues in celestial worlds 103:7.3(1138;1)
teaches man language of mathematics 81:6.10(907;7)
teachings of Prince's staff 66:5.23-27(748;4)
the more s. one knows, the less sure one is 102:1.3(1119;2)
thought domain of mathematics; assumes matter, motion, and life 103:7.11(1139;3)
thrives best in cities 68:6.5(770;2)
weakened only religions dependent upon fear, superstition, and emotion 99:4.8(1090;4), 195:7.2(2078;5)
science, philosophy, and religion 100:4.4(1098;1),. See also philosophy; religion; science
3 basic mind reactions 16:8.8(195;1), 16:9.1(195;3)
compared and contrasted 1:5.11(29;1), 1:6.2(30;1), 4:4.7(59;3), 5:5.3(68;5), 101:2.2-6(1106;1), 101:5.2-6(1110;2), 101:8.3-4(1114;7), 102:1.2-4(1119;1), 102:3.5-15(1122;1), 102:6.8(1125;3), 103:6-9secs) 112:2.7-8(1228;6), 132:3.2-4(1459;2), 133:5.4(1476;6), 195:6sec(2076;6)
constitutive responses; survive crash of civilizations 16:9.4-5(195;6)
reality response delivers us from false a priori assumptions 16:6.4-10(191;7)
relationship among, also referred to as
causation, duty, and worship 16:6.5-9(192;1)
energy, mind, and spirit 9:4.5(102;5)
fact, idea, and relation 196:3.2(2094;1)
fact, law, and love of God 16:9.1(195;3)
knowledge, wisdom, and insight 102:3sec(1121;3)
thing, meaning, and value 9:4.5(102;5), 16:6.10(192;6), 196:3.2(2094;1)
scientists. See also science
conceive of god as First Cause 5:5.3(68;5)
danger of mathematical pride, statistical egotism 133:5.4(1476;6)
no right to assert being materialists or idealists 132:1.2(1457;1)
on trial before bar of human need 132:1.4(1457;3)
scorpions 59:5.6,7(680;8)
first air-breathing animal 59:3.11(677;8)
Scotland 59:3.3,6(676;7),. See also British Isles
reposed sovereignty in United Kingdom 134:6.3(1490;6)
scourging
knotted whips laid on Jesus 185:6.2(1995;1)
only those condemned to crucifixion subject to 185:6.2(1995;1), 185:7.2(1996;1), 187:0.1(2004;1)
scribe of Damascus
on tour of Roman world, Jesus known as 129:3.2(1423;4), 132:0.7(1456;3), 132:3.1(1459;1), 133:0.1(1468;1), 134:7.3(1492;3)
scribes. See also Judaism; Pharisees; Sanhedrin
kept Jews in terrible bondage to ritual, traditions 121:7.3(1340;1)
many were honest of heart 140:8.22(1582;3)
refused to enter kingdom; prevented others from entering 175:1.12(1907;4)
spiritually blind but thoroughly moral 162:3.1(1792;5)
with rabbis comprised Pharisees 137:7.6(1534;5)
scriptural infallibility doctrine. See sacred books
sculpture
clay s. in Dalamatia 66:5.26(748;7)
originated in idol making 92:3.6(1006;3)
Scythopolis 123:0.6(1356;3), 144:7.1(1626;2), 149:0.1(1668;1), 159:0.2(1762;2), 162:0.1(1788;1)
chief Greek city of Decapolis 124:3.6-9(1370;4)
Jesus admired Greek games at S. 124:3.7-9(1370;5), 124:6.4(1374;4)
sea commerce. See boats
sea cucumbers 65:2.5(732;3)
sea lions
placental mammal that returned to sea 61:2.11(696;2)
Sea of Galilee
700 feet below sea level 151:5.2(1694;7)
apostles afraid during storm on 151:5sec(1694;6)
gales come and go quickly on 151:5.2(1694;7)
Jesus built boats to sail on 129:1sec(1419;4)
Jesus soothed himself with memories of sunrises over 182:3.10(1969;5)
sea serpents 60:1.9(686;5)
backward step in evolution 60:2.10-11(688;2), 61:2.11(696;2)
perished; 2 ounce brain couldn't protect 75 foot body 60:2.11(688;3)
threatened fish family with destruction 60:2.9(688;1)
sea squirts
oxygenate blood with vanadium 65:6.4(737;4)
sea urchins 60:2.9(688;1), 60:4.5(692;3), 65:2.5(732;3)
sea worms 59:2.11(676;2)
seals
placental mammal; returned to sea 49:2.10(562;1), 61:2.11(696;2), 65:2.12(733;2)
seances
pseudo s. were feature of primitive secret societies 70:7.11(791;8)
seaports. See harbors
seas. See lakes; oceans
seas of glass
energy-transformation mechanisms 43:1.11(487;2)
first appear on 2nd mansion world 47:4.3(534;7)
found on almost all architectural worlds 43:1.11(487;2)
on Edentia is circular crystal 100 miles in circumference 43:1.7,10-11)
on Jerusem 47:9.4(539;1), 47:10.2(539;4)
conclaves with Lanaforge take place on 45:2.6(511;6)
polar crystal 46:2.9(521;6), 46:3.1-4(522;1)
portray superuniverse reflectivity 43:1.11(487;2)
receiving fields for all seraphic transports 43:1.10(487;1), 46:2.9(521;6)
superuniverse, Paradise-Havona broadcasts received by 46:3.1(522;1)
seasons
exist on all sun-heated planets 49:4.5(564;7)
none on morontia worlds 43:1.3(486;2)
seat of honor. See chief seat
seaweed 59:1.14(674;4)
generated free oxygen for early atmosphere 57:7.9(660;1)
man's ascent from 65:2.1(731;5), 65:6.8(738;1)
Sebaste
home of Abner; John the Baptist buried at 144:9.1(1627;6)
accompanied Michael on 3rd bestowal 119:3.3(1312;4)
children of Reflective Spirits 17:3.5(201;3), 17:4.3(202;3), 17:8.2(205;3), 26:1.6(286;1), 28:0.1(306;1), 28:3sec(307;3)
classification as primary, etc., does not indicate status differential 28:5.1(310;3)
general service of seconaphim
as Most High Assistants 37:4.2(409;7)
assist members of superuniverse assemblies 28:7.1(317;4)
may become Paradise Companions, Technical Advisers 25:4.2(279;3), 25:8.1(283;2)
may serve as Evangels of Light attached to mortal finaliter companies 31:7.2(349;7)
serve on planets in light and life 55:4.15(628;6)
in personality registers 30:1.13(332;4), 30:2.13(336;5)
limited in spirit polarity for circuits of Eternal Son 26:1.9(286;4)
living mirrors and presence projectors 28:3.2(307;4), 28:7.4(318;2)
ministering spirits of superuniverses 15:10.8(179;2), 26:1.6(286;1), 26:4.1(289;4), 28:0sec(306;1), 28:7.1(317;4)
A. primary seconaphim 28:3.1(307;3), 28:4sec(307;5)
living mirrors to Ancients of Days 28:4.1(307;5)
transport ascenders to Havona 28:4.13(310;1), 30:4.21(343;3)
transporters can traverse from Uversa past dark gravity bodies to Havona 26:4.1(289;4), 39:2.9(430;5)
types
6. transport personalities 28:4.12(309;6)
7. reserve corps 28:4.14(310;2)
B. secondary seconaphim 28:5sec(310;3)
assigned to Divine Counselors, Perfectors of Wisdom, and Universal Censors 28:3.1(307;3), 28:5.2-6(310;4)
types
C. tertiary seconaphim 28:6sec(313;5)
assigned to Mighty Messengers, Those High in Authority, and Those without Name and Number 22:5.5(248;4), 28:3.1(307;3), 28:6sec(313;5)
guide ascenders in perplexity, uncertainty, and emergencies 28:7.2-3(317;5)
types
second coming. See also Jesus: second coming
groups always expect return of leaders 92:5.3(1008;5)
second experiential Trinity. See Trinity Absolute

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