Index: the Letter Q & R

quail

in Oligocene (61:2.12)

Qualified Absolute. See Deity Absolute

Qualified Vicegerents of the Ultimate (30:1.21) (106:4.3) (117:7.4)

Reflective Image Aids represent (15:10.7)

quality

represents estimate of values (133:5.7)

values, felt by soul (111:3.6)

quanta

energy only released in (42:4.13–14) (42:5.6)

quantum behavior

confusion attending wave mechanics (42:4.14) (42:5.6)

quarantine. See also Lucifer rebellion; rebellion

ancients isolated afflicted individuals (90:3.4)

interplanetary communication by liaison of self-acting Adjusters during (108:4.4)

of Satania

circuits will not be restored so long as Lucifer lives, archrebels harbored (46:8.1) (53:7.3) (53:9.6)

effect during Lucifer rebellion (53:6.5) (53:7.3)

for 200,000 years (50:6.5)

Most Highs imposed (46:8.1–4) (53:4.7)

Urantia's quarantine circumvented by archangels' circuit (114:5.4)

rebellion by Planetary Prince causes (35:9.9)

self-protective act against the halfhearted or doubt-stricken (54:5.10)

spirit gravity unaffected by (7:1.7)

spiritual isolation (20:8.4)

spiritually defensive reaction to safeguard God's presence (3:1.10)

system circuits severed upon rebellion (28:7.4) (67:2.3)

Universe Circuit Supervisors effect (24:1.8)

worlds subject to

have difficulty formulating concepts of God (4:3.3)

have observer Vorondadek Sons (43:5.17)

intercommunication denied (33:6.5)

only bestowal Son can reestablish circuits (35:9.9)

question of readmission decided by Ancients of Days (33:7.6)

seraphim carry messages between (39:5.17)

quartz

limestone changed into (59:3.1)

sandstone turned into (59:1.12)

Quebec

geology (59:3.2)

Queensland

first child killed and devoured in (89:5.4)

questionings. See doubt

quickeners of morality. See also seraphim

administrator seraphim; teach interactions of liberty and loyalty (39:4.10–14)

quinine

among earliest pharmaceutical discoveries (90:4.8)

quitters

withhold pity from (159:3.11)

The Letter R

rabbis. See also Judaism

desiring to be called rabbi (175:1.9)

Jesus referred to as Rabbi (137:7.2) (142:2.1,5) (142:6.3)

qualified to act as judges (173:2.3)

with scribes, comprised Pharisees (137:7.6)

rabbits

appearance in Oligocene (61:2.7)

raccoons

in Miocene (61:3.13)

race commissioners

High Commissioners begin service as (37:5.5–6)

interpret viewpoint of entire races (37:5.5)

very active on Urantia (114:4.2)

races (Paper 64) (51:4sec). See also aborigines; eugenics; genetics

24 counselors recruited from all 8 (45:4.2)

all are belligerent (70:1.2)

all colors of humans dwelt near Prince's headquarters (66:3.7)

all included in school for evangelists (148:1.1)

angels work for conservation of all, regardless of political entanglements and religious groupings (114:6.9)

appearance

about time man develops language (52:1.2)

human will preceded (64:6.2)

in Old Stone Age (64:0.2)

in Sangik family (64:5–6secs)

in successive order of spectrum colors (52:1.1–2)

suddenly mutated 500,000 years ago (61:7.4)

usually sequentially, not in one family (64:6.1) (65:4.7)

basis of primitive national groupings (52:2.5)

definite social tendencies, mental outlook characterize each (48:6.11) (155:6.8)

dispersion of (64:7sec)

interbreeding. See also hybridization

early (51:4.5)

half-breeds chief troubles due to prejudice (82:6.8)

homogeneity not desirable until high spiritual levels attained (64:6.35)

little objection to, if between highest types (82:6.4)

mixtures (81:4sec) (82:5.1) (82:6sec)

on large scale most detrimental under current circumstances (51:5.7) (64:6.32) (82:6.7–9)

with superior inheritance makes stronger (64:6.32)

Jesus personally contacted all, except the red (134:2.3)

no more will evolve (65:3.5–6)

no pure races today (82:6.1)

origin of slavery (51:4.6)

originally, 5 types of skeletal structure (81:4.3)

Pitcairn experiment blending white and Polynesian (82:6.9)

post-Planetary Prince is era of (52:2.5,9,11)

problems associated with races

composite natures render difficult for Adjusters to work efficiently (111:7.4)

curse of deteriorated, antisocial, feeble-minded, and outcast specimens (52:2.9–12) (82:6.4–7)

existence of multicolored handicaps high attainment (55:3.14–15)

natural antipathy between (39:5.4) (64:7.2) (79:5.4)

peace seldom attained until fairly well blended (52:3.10)

relentless warfare sometimes obliterates whole primitive peoples (52:1.3) (52:2.5)

Urantia handicapped by existence of (55:3.14,15)

reason for creation of races (64:6.30–35)

competition healthfully stimulated by diversification (64:6.33)

destined to be blended and exalted by Adamic uplifters after unfit eliminated (51:4.8) (51:5sec)

mixtures improved quality of offspring (82:5.1)

provide otherwise unattainable expression of diverse human potentials (51:4.4)

to separate warlike man (63:4.9)

variety indispensable for natural selection (64:6.31)

representatives from each, welcomed Adam (74:2.5)

resurrection halls have separate wing for each (47:3.5)

segregation favored by many languages (52:2.5)

seldom advanced in tropics (81:6.7)

Semites among most blended (96:2.1)

spiritually equal before God (64:6.27) (134:4.7)

superior, sought northern or temperate climes (64:7.13)

tested by hardships of glacial age (64:7.1)

types

3 current races are Caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid (81:4.5–9)

named

Adamites q.v.

Andonites q.v.

black race. See indigo race

blue race q.v.

brown race q.v.

green race q.v.

indigo race q.v.

Nodites q.v.

orange race q.v.

red race q.v.

violet race. See Adamites

white race q.v.

yellow race q.v.

primary races

are red, yellow, blue (49:4.2) (51:4.3) (64:7.3)

secondary races

are orange, green, indigo (49:4.2) (64:7.3)

had many desirable traits to enhance primary races (82:6.2,11)

missing or exterminated on many worlds (51:4.3)

Rachel (Old Testament)

concealed sacred stones in her tent (85:1.1)

Rachel (sister-in-law of Jude) (154:5.1) (154:6.1)

at Jesus' 16th appearance (193:0sec)

converted Mary Magdalene (150:2.2)

member of women's corps (150:1.1)

question of (150:5.1)

racial groups and tribes. See Tribes and Racial GroupsSee also tribes

racial interpreters. See also seraphim

order of transition minister seraphim (39:6.1)

seraphim who harmonize varied viewpoints of races (48:6.11)

radiation. See also radioactivity; X rays

excess derived from break up of mesotron (42:8.5)

radio broadcasting

role of upper air belts (46:1.6) (58:2.10)

radioactivity. See also radiation; X rays

disorganizing tendency of heavier elements (42:3.11)

radioactive elements brought in by meteors (57:7.3)

radium

gamma ray emission (42:5.7)

positive particles fly off at 10,000 miles/second (42:7.3,5)

radium clock

most reliable timepiece (57:7.3)

Ragaba (165:0.1) (166:1sec)

rage. See anger

rain

falls on just and unjust (2:5.1) (131:10.4) (140:3.16) (166:4.4)

feared and worshiped by primitive tribes (85:4.3)

lasted thousands of years on Urantia (57:7.7)

none on Jerusem (46:2.2)

some shamans specialized in making (90:2.1,6)

rainbow

Indian, African, Hebrew, and Christian view of (85:4.2)

Ramah (138:9.3) (146:3sec) (152:7.3) (156:6.2)

Ramath (165:0.1)

Ramman

Babylonian god of the air (146:1.1)

ransom doctrine. See atonement doctrine

Rantowoc (ran' toh wahk). A wise man of the red race who was the first human being on Urantia to reach the third psychic circle and receive a personal guardian seraphim. (1242,5) (113:2.2).

first mortal to secure personal guardian of destiny (113:2.2)

Rantulia (ran too' lee ah). A neighboring local system in the constellation of Norlatiadek. (456,5)(41:2.1).

system immediately neighboring Satania (41:2.1) (53:6.5)

rapture

cf: emptying doomed planet (51:2.3)

rationalism

philosophy leaning heavily toward world of matter (103:6.14)

wrong in assuming primitive beliefs are followed by pursuit of values (103:1.4)

rationalization. See self-deception

Ratta (rat' tah). A pure-line descendent of the Caligastia's corporeal staff who married Adamson, the first-born son of Adam and Eve, during the times of the second garden in approximately 33,000 B.C. Together they had a family of sixty-seven children and were grandparents to the secondary order of midwayers. (861,1)(77:5.1).

20 year old superhuman Nodite; 2nd wife of Adamson, with whom she had 67 children (77:5.5–6)

descended in unbroken line from pure Nodite staff (80:7.5)

Mary mother of Jesus a descendant of (122:1.2)

ravens

Father provides food for every one that seeks (165:5.2)

raw eaters

term of derision (69:6.7)

reality (F:IVsec). See also space

as creature becomes God identified, he becomes truly real (118:7.5)

completion of cycle of (106:8.9)

comprehended only by personal experience in God's will (1:7.5)

comprehension is equivalent of approaching God (196:3.3)

genesis of reality (105:1.5) (105:2.2–4) (105:4.1) (105:5.1–6) (105:7.8)

7 Absolutes eternalize foundations for all (105:4.2)

creation of Eternal Son (F:III.15) (6:7.1) (11:9.3) (105:2.5)

creation of Havona; appearance of material and spiritual gravity (F:XI.1) (8:1.4–6)

creation of Infinite Spirit (F:III.15) (8:0.3) (8:1.1–2) (8:3.1) (105:2.7)

creation of Paradise

creation of superuniverses

eternity existence of I AM is primal source of all (105:1.3) (105:4.1)

never was real beginning to (105:1.5)

origin in differentiation of I AM (F:III.14–15)

originates in will of Father (F:IV.1,5) (3:2.3) (4:1.6)

potential becomes actual due to intrusion of some divine agency (3:1.7)

reality exists by virtue of eternal purpose of God (105:5.1) (115:1.4)

space is a bestowal of Paradise (11:7.4)

God-consciousness experienced on levels of mind, soul, spirit, and personality (5:5.11)

Jesus' discourse on (130:4sec)

Jesus frankly faced (100:7.4)

levels of reality (Paper 106)

7 levels (12:8.9)

absolute reality (F:IV.8). See also eternity; infinity; monota

6th-phase integration (106:6sec)

beginningless, endless, timeless, spaceless, limitless; unqualifiedly eternal, truly existential (F:I.13) (106:9.3) (115:1.3) (115:3.1)

Deity and Unqualified Absolutes are indistinguishable in presence of Universal Absolute (106:5.2)

dominates other levels (3:2.5)

energy and spirit are one (116:6.3)

from eternity; comprised of 3 persons of Deity, Paradise, and the Absolutes (105:2.1)

impossible to achieve full revelation of, in subabsolute cosmos (106:6.1–4)

material, mindal, and spiritual energies indistinguishable (1:3.5) (3:2.5)

neither time nor space; all potentials perceived as actuals (106:9.3)

Original, Actual, and Potential phases (115:3.5–9)

potential reality just as meaningful as actual reality on (118:1.10)

present moment contains all of past and all of future on (118:1.9)

space comes nearest of all nonabsolute things to being absolute (118:3.5)

absonite reality. See also absonity; God the Ultimate; Transcendentalers

eventuation of transcendentals (105:7sec)

Havona is not, but illustrates (105:7.2)

much of Paradise-Havona is (106:0.5)

realities associated with (105:7.4)

Supreme provides technique for finite to attain (F:VIII.4)

transcendental tertiary association (106:3sec)

transcendentals are subinfinite and subabsolute but superfinite and supercreatural (105:7.1–2)

transcendentals preceded and succeed finite (105:5.3) (106:0.5)

without beginnings or endings, transcending time and space (F:I.12) (F:IV.8)

coabsolute reality

super-master universe level of fifth-phase association (106:0.7) (106:5sec)

Deity reality (Paper 105)

mind-spirit unified by personality (12:8.13)

ranges from personality to Deity Absolute (F:IV.3)

existential reality

eternity power of Paradise Deities (106:2.3)

infinite unification of reality (106:9sec)

self-contained and self-existent (117:6.20)

Trinity attained (F:I.13)

vs. experiential (F:IV.9)

finite reality. See also natural law; Supreme, the

    2 manifestations of, are innate and evolved perfection (32:3.15)

    ascending creatures are incomplete finites up to destiny attainment (106:0.3–4)

    begins with appearance of Havona (105:2.7)

    domains of energy and spirit literally held together by mind presences of Infinite Spirit (116:3.2)

    economic necessities tie man up with (99:7.5)

    faith in Jesus provides salvation from (101:6.8)

    in human experience (F:IV.6–10) (F:V.6–12)

    is good; only its misuse and perversion is evil and sinful (102:3.15) (111:6.3)

    matter, mind, and spirit (12:8.9–12)

    matter in all suns and planets identical (41:3.2)

    nature of finite reality

    characterized by time-space limited creature life (F:I.11)

    fleeting shadow of Paradise realities (189:1.3)

    has beginnings, may not have endings (F:I.11)

    partial and shadowy as comprehended by finite beings (F:III.13)

    Paradise values concealed within physical facts (195:7.4)

    philosophical blunder of oversimplifying (19:1.9)

    physical creation is fundamentally uniform (29:1.4)

    physical reactions are uniform, instantaneous, and automatic (13:4.3–4)

    physical universe characterized by number 10 (36:2.4)

    possibility for finite inherent in Infinite (105:5.4) (115:2.4)

    present confusion due to incomplete grasp of activities of Conjoint Actor and Unqualified Absolute (41:5.8)

    primary association of finite functions (106:1sec)

    promulgation and repercussions of (105:5–6secs)

    secondary supreme integration (106:2sec)

    sensitivity to, constitutive in mind of man (103:7.11)

    spirit more real than matter (44:0.8–9)

    supreme, is sovereignty of truth, beauty, and goodness (99:4.4)

    unrevealed tertiary finites (106:1.1)

ultimate reality

    7 levels of (30:1.15)

    Architects of Master Universe, Transcendentalers, and Master Force Organizers are beings of (30:1.15)

    finaliters may someday realize (5:5.11)

    level of master universe significance (106:0.6)

    limit of absonity reached in 28,012th Master Architect (31:9.10)

    much of Paradise-Havona is (106:0.6)

    omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent (F:I.10)

    quartan integration (106:4sec)

    space is (118:3.5)

    Supreme Being is man's only avenue to approach (56:8.1)

    transcendental reality (105:7.4)

    Trinity Ultimate co-ordinates (106:4.1)

    undeified reality

ranges from energy domains to Unqualified Absolute (F:IV.2)

    mortals' reality is greater as they approach God (117:4.14)

nature of reality

3 elements are fact, idea, and relation (196:3.2). See also science, philosophy, and religion

7 phases (F:IV.9) (106:0.2–9)

all adheres and consists in God (3:1.7)

defect-interruptions permit man to glimpse (4:2.7)

elliptic symmetry of (11:8.2) (103:6.14) (105:0.1)

excepting 7 Absolutes, is all relative (115:7.3)

exists on finite, transcendental, and absolute levels (105:7.5)

in local universe is matter, morontia, and spirit (103:6.7)

personal vs. impersonal (F:IV.10)

reality measured by physical gravity is antithesis of spirit reality (12:8.5)

total, is existential in 7 Absolutes (F:III.1) (104:3.5)

total, is infinity; can never be comprehended by finite mind (105:0.2)

only forward-looking attitudes are personally real (12:5.10)

personality of higher level ultimately triumphs over lower (2:3.5)

reality response delivers from false a priori assumptions (16:6.4)

signifies change, growth (100:3.5)

sin is knowingly resisting cosmic (67:1.4)

spiritual reality not discernible in physical causes and effects (101:10.1)

true self-realization results from identification with (94:11.6)

understanding reality enhances man's terrestrial and cosmic orientation (106:0.1)

realization of identity transition

Adjuster passes into, before rejoining resurrected subject (112:4.6)

reaping

is in accordance with sowing (148:6.3) (192:2.8)

reason. See logic; mind: mortal mind; thought

Rebecca (daughter of Ezra)

fell in love with Jesus (127:5sec) (127:6.1–2)

importuned her father to leave Nazareth for Sepphoris (127:5.6)

tarried by Jesus' tomb (188:1.7)

witnessed crucifixion (127:5.6) (187:3.2) (187:5.4)

Rebecca (daughter of Joseph of Arimathea)

at Jesus' 16th appearance (193:0sec)

member of women's corps (150:1.1)

related resurrection to Joseph, Nicodemus, and David (190:1.2)

rebellion (spiritual) (128:7.6) (134:8.9) (136:3.4–5) (136:4.5–6) (148:4.2,6) (148:5.2) (158:0.1) (158:1.7) (159:3.9). See also Lucifer rebellion; quarantine

action preventing, is of greatest value (22:2.3)

after, repentant rebels do not function in original positions (35:9.10) (35:10.4) ((169:1.15))

ages required to retrieve handicaps of (50:6.5) (52:6.8)

by Planetary Prince isolates his planet (35:9.9)

Creator Sons function as retrievers of that in spiritual jeopardy (7:4.5)

do not suppress; allow to pursue natural course of self-obliteration (54:5.8–12)

does not indicate fault in creatorship (35:9.7)

in Nebadon

1st rebellion was by Lutentia of Palonia in system 11 of constellation 37 (119:2.1–2)

2nd rebellion was in system 87 of constellation 61 (119:3.1,3)

3rd rebellion was by Lucifer. See Lucifer rebellion

Adam and Eve not guilty of (76:5.1)

Ancients of Days mandated instantaneous extinction of rebels during Michael's bestowal (120:1.5–6)

Michael's bestowal liquidated pending dissensions; future challenges cannot recur (53:8.4) (120:2.2) (134:8.9) (136:3.5)

occurred 3 times by Lanonandeks; over 700 involved (35:9.5–6) (45:2.1) (50:1.3) (120:1.6)

kingdom of order inherently triumphant over (53:6.5)

observing normal planet would disclose what Urantia has lost through (51:7.5) (52:2.1,4)

successors to defaulted Planetary Princes not immediately installed (35:9.9)

universe governments would rather risk, than deprive one mortal of ascending career (112:5.7–8)

worlds isolated by. See quarantine: worlds subject to

Recents of Days (18:5sec)

21,000 simultaneously created by Trinity (18:5.1)

apprenticed under Eternals of Days (18:4.6) (18:5.1)

at least one always at headquarters (18:5.4)

in personality registers (30:1.4) (30:2.5)

preside over minor sectors in groups of 3 (15:10.6) (15:13.4) (18:5.1)

resident ascending mortals serve (18:5.2)

staffs of (18:5.2)

Supreme Trinity Personalities (18:0.1)

Trinitized Custodians are officers of tribunals of (18:4.5)

recession of galaxies. See red shift

recklessness. See also discretion; presumption

courage and faith may lead unthinking souls into (149:4.4)

reckoning. See judgment: divine judgment; karma

recognition. See also flattery; knowledge; praise

accord generous, for praiseworthy things (159:3.3)

additional votes conferred in continental nation as (72:9.3)

destiny reservists willing to serve without (114:7.3)

essential to development of character (160:2.6)

Father never imposes arbitrary (1:1.2)

honors bestowed by advanced states (71:3.9)

humbly receive credit that results from Adjuster's endeavors (110:7.10)

incessant clamoring of inescapable self for (3:5.13)

indicative of effort is granted to all (20:8.3)

Jesus

generously acknowledged faith in others (161:2.5)

recognized truth in teachings of his predecessors and contemporaries (100:7.5)

recognize religious living in others (100:1.8)

seek no unearned (156:5.19)

recorder-teachers. See also seraphim

order of transition minister seraphim (39:6.1)

seraphim who record morontia transactions (48:6.19)

recorders. See also records

types

administrator seraphim (39:4.16)

associate registrars of Morontia Power Supervisors (48:2.18)

Lanonandek (35:8.8)

recorder-teachers of morontia world seraphim (48:6.19)

seraphic (39:5.16)

superior seraphim (39:2.14)

supervisor seraphim (39:3.10)

supreme seraphim (39:1.17)

records. See also recorders; writing

artistry in intelligent assembly of related data (48:6.19)

celestial recording at rate of 500,000 words per minute (44:4.4)

celestial records subjected to dual inspection (25:6.3)

essential to conduct of universes (28:4.1)

formal (dead) records passed up by angelic recorders (17:3.6)

human life records

kept by pair of cherubim (113:2.9)

of each mortal kept on archangels' worlds (37:3.7–8)

sponsored by one of destiny guardian pair (113:2.9)

made of every significant occurrence (25:5.3) (25:6.6)

open for consultation (25:6.2)

preserved in triplicate in Jerusem hall of archives (46:5.15)

spiritual (live) records assembled by reflectivity and preserved in minds (17:3.5–6)

studied in Melchizedek University (35:3.13)

threefold seraphic system (39:4.16)

recreation. See also pleasures; relaxation; reversion directors

diversion and relaxation on Mount Sartaba (143:3sec)

early cause of war was desire for (70:1.13)

echoes of a backward glance (48:4.19)

Jesus

admired Greek games (124:3.7)

established mid-week holiday for recreation (138:6.2)

introduced idea of wholesome recreation (124:1.13) (124:3.9)

largely derived from Adamic stock (74:6.7) (84:8.3)

not Father's will only to partake of serious things (139:6.5)

play

ever alternates with service (25:7.2) (28:6.17) (48:4.1)

is restful (27:1.2)

play life of child Jesus (123:4.2–3)

Urantia play life philosophically sound (48:4.20)

provision for, on morontia worlds (44:3.4)

rest and all wholesome pastimes prevent monotony (84:8.5)

reversion enjoyed everywhere but on Paradise (48:4.11,16)

rectangles (Jerusem). See Jerusem: rectangles

red race (64:6.3–9) (79:5sec). See also races

achieved high civilization apart from Andites (79:5.8)

always monogamous (64:6.3) (82:1.2)

buffalo dance insured success of hunt (88:6.4)

children require little discipline (84:7.21)

clung to mother-family and nephew inheritance (71:1.7)

devoted to plant theory of universal remedies (90:4.7)

early invention of bow and arrow (64:6.4)

exterminated mastodon (61:7.14)

first to develop elaborate wedding celebrations (83:4.3)

government among

first to develop government (64:6.3)

never understood private ownership of land (69:9.12)

northern tribes never attained statehood (71:1.3)

peace chiefs and war chiefs (70:5.7)

rule by council of seven (70:5.4)

too democratic (71:1.12)

horse extinct in America before arrival of (61:4.5)

in touch with activities of Planetary Prince; held Dalamatia revelation longest (64:6.6) (68:0.3) (92:4.5)

Iroquois (71:1.3–12) (84:2.2) (87:2.10)

isolated in 15,000 B.C. (78:3.6)

Jesus personally contacted all races except (134:2.3)

little contact with other races (64:7.18–19)

meager concepts of God (92:6.1)

migrations

7000 pure-line, entered North America (64:7.5)

crossed Bering isthmus to America 100,000 to 85,000 B.C. (64:6.5) (64:7.16) (79:5.6)

driven out of Asia by yellow race 50,000 years before Adam (64:6.4) (64:7.4–5) (78:1.6)

to Asia (64:7.3–4)

Moqui tribe (88:1.5)

most intelligent (64:6.3)

Onamonalonton

on 24 counselors (45:4.5)

was spiritual deliverer of (64:6.7)

preferred pictorial writing (66:5.10)

prereligious prayer part of manitou superstitions (91:0.5)

racially

escaped admixture with debased Neanderthal strain (79:5.1–2)

full bestowal of living energy imparted to (51:4.2)

little Adamic upstepping (64:6.9) (79:5.7–9)

Mongoloid type (81:4.7)

original Melchizedek plan for upstepping (79:5.9)

Rantowoc first to receive guardian of destiny (113:2.2)

reverenced circles of stones (85:1.3)

supreme in eastern Asia for 100,000 years before yellow tribes arrived (79:5.2)

Tenskwatawa (90:2.9)

tribes of, believe descended from beavers, coyotes (74:8.5)

wars of

adopted or killed captives, did not enslave (69:8.4) (71:1.10)

conflict with white race (64:6.9)

fought yellow race in Asia for 200,000 years (79:5.5)

red race usually dominates early ages (51:4.1)

red race usually subdues orange race (51:4.6)

virtually destroyed themselves by war (64:6.4,6,8) (64:7.7) (79:2.3) (79:5.5)

were cannibals, especially in Central America (89:5.4)

red shift

interposing influences and angles of observation introduce error (12:4.12–15)

space respiration is in expansion phase (11:6.4)

redemption (89:8sec). See also atonement doctrine

eternal rehabilitation (188:5.2)

modification of human sacrifice (89:8.1)

place in evolution of religious observances (90:0.1)

primitives regarded themselves as standing in need of (89:0.1)

redwoods

in Cretaceous (60:4.5)

referee trios

                conciliating commission when advocate is detached (25:2.10) (25:2.12)

reflections

feared and revered by early man (86:5.10)

Reflectivator Liaisons of Majeston (30:1.21)

Reflective Image Aids (17:4sec)

7 reside on each superuniverse capital (15:10.2) (17:4.1)

49 created by Reflective Spirits (17:3.4) (17:4.1)

communication channel between Reflective Spirits and superuniverses (15:10.6–7) (17:0.4) (17:3.4) (17:4.1–2)

devoid of will (17:4.3)

each is perfect reproduction of Reflective Spirit parent, minus reflectivity (17:4.1)

in personality registers (30:1.11) (30:2.4)

represent high beings who are not fully active (15:10.7)

seconaphim are helpers (17:4.3)

Universal Conciliators serve under (25:3.14)

Reflective Mother Spirits. See Reflective Spirits

Reflective Spirits (17:3sec). See also Majeston

7 on headquarters of each superuniverse (15:10.2) (17:3.1) (17:4.1) (25:2.2)

49, plus Majeston, created by Master Spirits and Trinity (17:2.1) (17:3.1) (116:4.3–4)

all 49 act in unison on special occasions (17:3.11)

among Supreme Spirits of Infinite Spirit (9:8.13)

created 49 Reflective Image Aids (17:3.4) (17:4.1)

each resembles coancestral Master Spirit (17:3.1) (25:2.2) (28:4.4)

fusion spirits of Creator Sons implemented in (40:10.2)

in personality registers (30:1.3) (30:2.4)

nominate Paradise Companions (25:8.2)

require assistance of Image Aides to communicate with Ancients of Days (17:4.2)

retentive, record personalities (17:3.5)

reveal Master Spirits on superuniverse capitols (9:8.3) (17:0.4) (17:8.7)

seconaphim created by (17:3.5) (17:4.3) (17:8.2) (26:1.6) (28:0.1) (28:3.2)

superuniverse circuit of (15:9.5)

true but incomprehensible personalities (17:4.2)

reflectivity (Paper 28) (9:7sec)

Adjusters avail themselves of, but do not participate in (17:3.9)

Census Directors in synchrony with (24:2.2)

circuits for, restricted on Urantia (28:7.4)

data supplied to Divinington by (108:1.2,8)

described as

accounted for by Supreme Mind (9:7.4)

appears to be, but is not, automatic (17:3.8)

focalizes on Paradise (9:7.1)

in constant, not periodic, function (17:3.7)

independent of time and space (17:3.10)

indispensable feature of normal universe work (13:1.10)

mind level of Infinite Spirit, Master Spirits, and Supreme Being (17:3.3)

most complex interassociation in all creation (9:7.2)

news-gathering and decree-disseminating mechanism (17:3.3–11)

omniscience (9:7.5)

partial contact with consciousness of Supreme (9:7.5)

perfectly realized in superuniverses only by Ancients of Days (28:4.2)

power to see, hear, sense, and know all things wherever and as they transpire (9:7.1–2) (28:4.1–2) (46:3.3)

secret of Spiritington (13:1.10)

simultaneous recognition of the mental, material, and spiritual (9:7.1–2)

transmissible attribute (17:3.3)

except for Majeston and Reflective Spirits, all personnel are children of Infinite Spirit (17:3.4)

focus on superuniverse headquarters worlds (9:7.1) (18:3.5)

involvement by

Infinite Spirit, its cause (9:7.1) (16:4.15) (17:3.3)

local universe Mother Spirits (34:3.4)

Majeston, in whom it is personalized (14:6.33) (17:2sec) (17:3.4)

Master Spirits (16:4.15) (17:3.3)

Supreme Being (9:7.4–5) (14:6.33) (16:4.15) (17:3.3)

Trinity, in creation of Reflective Spirits (17:3.1)

Unqualified Supervisors of the Supreme (55:12.4)

phenomenon sometimes occurs just prior to mortal death (39:5.11)

reflective being always interposed between ascenders and (17:4.3)

seas of glass portray superuniverse (43:1.11)

source ignorant of what sought or how secured (28:4.11)

value to superuniverse government (28:5sec)

Reformation

disrupted unity of Christianity (92:5.12)

Refuge, the

statement of Buddhist faith (94:8.1)

regulation (governmental)

oppressive, interferes with individual liberties (134:6.10)

should be only enough to prevent violence and unfairness (71:5.2)

supervision should exercise minimum of regulative control (71:3.6)

rehabilitation

Creator Sons pledged to retrieve personal creation (21:3.14)

salvation is eternal rehabilitation (188:5.2)

that which mercy cannot effect, justice will annihilate (21:5.4)

reign-records 67:3.10 were obliterated

               
46:8.1 will be restored

reincarnation. See also karma

Asian belief in man's return as animal (85:3.1)

older Jews, Plato, Philo, and Essenes tolerated belief in (164:3.4)

only spornagia experience (46:7.5)

origin of idea (86:4.5–6)

spirits do not return to planet of nativity (112:3.7) (146:7.2) (150:3.5)

stultifying belief in weary and monotonous lives (94:2.3–6)

reindeer

hunted by Neanderthalers (64:4.3)

in ice age (61:7.13)

relationships. See also friendship

3 great classes of primordial (105:4.3–8)

celestial companionships invariably mutual (27:3.4)

companionship necessary at all levels (25:8.4)

enduring, never founded on biologic affection alone (84:7.10)

exist between 2 objects (112:1.17)

Infinite Spirit is apparent ancestor of (9:1.1)

Jesus takes precedence over all human relationships (141:7.5)

presence embellishers dramatize significance of (44:6.7)

with other persons are ends in themselves (112:2.4) (112:5.22)

relativity

all finite knowledge is relative (2:7.1–3)

dabblings with faintly glimpsed findings of (195:7.5)

do not be misled by concept of (130:4.15)

formula equating energy and matter (42:4.11)

matter and energy are manifestations of same phenomenon (42:1.2)

relaxation. See also ease; recreation; reversion directors

3 days on Mount Sartaba (143:3sec)

determines capacity for spiritual receptivity (160:3.1)

echoes of a backward glance (48:4.12,19)

relics. See also charms

belief in, outgrowth of fetish cult (88:2.1–2)

impotent; gross superstition (150:3.6)

Sanhedrin guards threw Jesus' burial linen over cliff (190:1.2)

well that soldiers took Jesus' clothes (187:2.9)

religion (Papers 99–103, 196) (5:4sec) (101:1sec). See also ceremonies; charms; Christian church, early; Christianity; churches; faith; faith sons of God; fellowship of believers; fetishes; gospel; Jesus: teachings; kingdom of heaven; relics; revelation; spiritual growth; taboos; traditions revealed religion A religion founded primarily on the revelations of God to humankind.

religions (major) mentioned in the Urantia papers:

ancestor worship monotheism
animism mother cult (98:1.3)
Baal cult Mother of God cult
Brahmanism mystery cults
Buddhism mysticism
Confucianism Orphic brotherhood (98:2.10)
cult of taking no life (94:2.5) paganism (121:5.3) (132:7.1–2)
Cynicism Pantheism
Dionysus nature worship (98:2.10) Parseeism (See Parsees)
dual spiritism phallic cult (87:5.5)
Eleusinian mysteries (98:2.10) Phrygian mystery cults (98:4.2,4)
emperor worship polytheism (5:4.2)
Epicureanism (98:6.2) (121:4.2) Roman Catholic Church
Greek religion (See Greece: Greek religion) Shinto
henotheism (96:1.2,14) (104:2.1) Sikhism
Hinduism Skepticism (98:6.2)
Islam Stoicism
Jainism Yoga (94:7.2)
Judaism Zoroastrianism
Mithraism  

religious individuals mentioned in the Urantia papers:

Amenemope (95:3.5) Mo Ti (94:6.11)
Amos (97:4.1–4) Moses (95:3.5) (121:6.4)
Confucius (94:6.9–11) Okhban (95:3.5)
Elijah (45:4.17) (97:2.1) (155:6.2) Onagar (63:6sec)
Enoch (45:4.13) Onamonalonton (64:6.7–8)
Fantad (64:6.17) Orlandof (64:6.23)
Gautama Siddhartha (94:7sec) (121:6.4) Orvonon (64:6.26)
Hosea (97:4.5–6) Paul (92:5.10) (108:6.3) (121:6.4–5) (195:0.6)
Ikhnaton (95:3.5) Philo (121:6.4–5)
Isaiah (first) (97:5sec) Porshunta (64:6.12)
Isaiah (second) (97:7sec) Samuel (97:1sec)
Jeremiah (97:6sec) Sethard (121:6.4)
John the Baptist (136:0.1) (144:8.4) Simon Peter (92:6.7) (132:0.5) (194:4.12) (195:0.1)
Lao-tse (94:6.2–8) (121:6.4) Singlangton (79:6.10) (79:8.4) (94:5.3)
Mansant (64:6.29) Zoroaster (121:6.4)

and, of course, the greatest religionist Urantia has ever known or will know: Jesus (Papers 120–196)

major religious groups in order of their appearance (Click here to view a pdffile).

all Urantia waiting for unencumbered religion of Jesus (94:12.7)

approach others with recognition of common truths (149:2.5)

balance by humor (143:7.3)

challenge is to construct new and appealing philosophy of living (2:7.10)

civilization in danger when youth neglect to interest themselves in (111:4.4)

explained (94:4.10). See also gospel: explained

500 definitions by theologians (103:1.1)

acme of, marks of religious living (100:6–7secs)

activation is superemotional (99:4.5)

all teach worship of Deity and human salvation (5:4.5) (92:7.3)

always indefinable in terms of reason and logic (101:1.5)

apparently religious traits can grow out of nonreligious roots (102:7.4)

birth not sudden, rather a gradual emergence (103:2.1)

can be either good or evil (160:5.3)

can never be understood from outside (101:2.14)

cannot be bestowed, received, loaned, learned, or lost (100:1.7)

cannot be isolated from life (102:6.1)

certitude springs from foundations of entire personality (101:0.3) (102:1.4)

chief agency is prayer (91:1.2) (91:3.3)

compellingly authoritative when true and undefiled (102:2.2)

conserves, exalts, and spiritualizes morals and values (99:5.1) (102:5.3)

declares divine source of values personally attainable (160:5.7–8)

definition

adjustment to the mysterious, paradoxes (92:1.3) (102:3.2)

awareness of insideness of human experience (103:6.3)

believing and doing what gospel requires (159:5.8)

confidence in reality (101:9.8)

discovery of spiritual meanings to well known facts (101:1.4)

effort, conflict, faith, determination, love, loyalty, progress (155:5.11)

eternal foundation and guiding star of enduring civilization (79:4.9) (92:3.6) (92:7.11) (99:1.2–3)

experience of knowing God and striving to be like him (99:2.6)

experiencing of divinity (101:1.1)

faith, hope, love, assurance, mercy (101:0.3) (194:3.2)

faith-child of moral consciousness (101:2.11)

faith in supreme Deity, hope of eternal survival, and love of one's fellows (103:9.5)

faith in survival of supreme values (111:3.5)

faith recognition of inner urge to divine attainment (101:2.12)

faith-trust in goodness of God (2:6.1)

Father life predicated on truth, sensitive to beauty, dominated by goodness (106:9.12)

hunger quest for divine reality, spiritual values (16:9.9) (102:3.4)

identification of self with universe (5:4.3)

imperfectly preserved record of experiences of God-knowing men (4:5.1)

impulse for organizing soul for dynamic service (100:3.1)

insight into reality (101:2.11)

knowing God as Father, yourself as son of God, and man as brother (5:4.8) (98:7.11) (99:5.2)

living love, a life of service (5:4.1) (92:7.5) (100:6.5) (102:3.4)

loving God (102:3.12)

loving neighbor as oneself (180:5.7)

loyalty to highest dictates of spiritual consciousness (101:9.3) (155:3.5)

man trusting his present and future to God (102:8.1) (103:9.5)

man's determination to find God and be like him (196:3.27)

realization of an all-powerful love (90:0.3)

salvation from self (5:4.5)

self-conscious relation of soul with Creator (143:7.2)

spiritual communion with spirit influences resident within human mind (101:1.4)

spiritual unification of all that is good, beautiful, and true (5:4.7)

subjectivity in response to total objectivity (196:3.17–18)

unqualified dependence upon love of Father (102:3.12) (103:9.5)

wholehearted devotion to supreme values (92:7.5) (100:6.1–2) (101:5.2) (195:7.16)

wise spiritual reaction to universe (100:2.3)

worship of God and service of man (72:3.5) (100:3.1) (103:3.2) (159:5.7) (196:3.16)

derives authority from fruits of its acceptance (155:5.12)

discovery in mind, revelation by Adjuster (196:3.14)

doctrine is most terrible tyrant which enslaves men (88:2.7)

does not seek to escape this life (194:3.2–3)

earmarks are certainty, consistency, love, and service (102:7.5)

encouraged by improving social morality and ethical culture (102:8.2)

endowments of, immediately available (102:2.4)

entails active participation of mind and soul (155:5.8)

factors indicating quality (92:7.6)

feeling regarding morals paramount, not theological thinking (103:3.4) (103:9.2)

Ganid's abstract of "our religion" (131:10sec)

has reference to destiny and reality of attainment (160:5.13)

implies spirit world responsive to human need (2:6.2)

insurance of life beyond the grave (86:7.2)

is to morality as love is to duty (102:5.3)

judge by its fruits; its inherent and divine excellence (101:4.4) (101:9.6–8) (102:2.1)

leads to serving men, creating ethics and altruism (102:3.6)

lives and prospers by faith and insight, not sight and feelings (101:0.3) (101:1.4)

love is essence of religion (102:6.3)

may be genuine despite erroneous theology (103:9.1–2)

must act; none apart from highly active personality (102:2.7–9)

must grow around a cult (87:7.10)

never a passive experience, a negative attitude (103:2.1)

no provision for spiritual self-examination in Jesus' religion (140:8.27)

normal, natural, but optional (5:5.5)

not concerned with material things (195:6.2)

not dependent on learning or clever logic (101:2.13) (101:3.1) (102:2.1)

not invalidated because religionists have believed so much that was false (103:1.5)

not product of reason, but reasonable, logical (101:1.1)

often acts unwisely, but it acts (102:2.9)

opposes violence (99:0.2) (99:2.5)

pays any price essential (100:3.1)

persists despite revolutionary changes in beliefs (103:1.4)

persists in absence of learning (101:3.1)

philosophy and. See science, philosophy, and religion

poised spirit of expression, without self-assertion or egoistic exaltation (102:2.2)

positive nature of Jesus' (159:5sec)

powerless apart from normal heredity (70:8.18)

qualitative experience (195:6.5)

religion of Jesus vs. religion about Jesus (128:4.6) (138:6.3) (192:4.7–8)

revelation, embrace of supernatural values, divine destiny (155:5sec) (195:5.3) (196:0.4)

self-forgetful, not self-sacrificial (180:5.12)

should stand in contrast with temporal world (102:3.2)

spiritual status determined by nature of its prayers (5:4.8)

true religion (155:5–6secs) (160:5sec) (192:2sec)

truth and maturity of, proportional to concepts of personality and unity of God (1:5.10)

truth is intellectual foundation of (56:10.10)

validated by personal experience (99:5.1,7) (102:8.1,7) (103:1.5) (138:2.1) (145:2.3–8) (160:4.1) (191:5.3) (196:0.4)

what it is not (5:4.1) (92:6.9)

without God

        is devoid of survival values (102:7.4)

        is invention of man; absurdity (102:7.3) (103:9.3) (160:5.5)

history of religion

7 major epochs of post-Adamic Urantia (92:5.5–12)

apostles of John and Jesus attempted socialization of (144:6.10–11)

desire to make converts was early cause of war (70:1.14)

evolution of philosophy of (101:7sec)

Ganid's abstract of major religions (Paper 131)

great teachers and leaders (92:5sec) (121:6.4)

Jesus only founder who performed supermaterial acts (149:2.7)

many exerted their influence because of previous experience of Adjusters (109:4.3)

many virtually unlettered (102:8.2)

personality fulcrums on which levers of revealed truth depended (92:5.4–5)

sometimes possessed little of wisdom of the world (101:2.13)

has suffered from many secondary influences (99:4.7)

in times of Jesus (121:4–5secs)

mortals crave to symbolize concepts of God (F:II.1)

teachings of Prince's staff (66:5.13–16)

training was duty of parents in Garden of Eden (74:7.2)

institutional religion (Paper 99)

adherents

believe they have final and infallible Truth (92:3.4)

frightened by every new discovery (155:6.6)

barren (195:9.7)

based on false security of authority (191:5.3)

based on fear, emotion, tradition, and philosophy (160:5.3) (180:5.12)

blunder to miraculously interpret certain epochs of history (97:8.5)

cannot reconstruct society without first reconstructing itself (99:2.1–2)

cardinal ideas (92:3.2)

composite religions (92:6sec)

concerned with ethics and morals, sense of duty (101:5.7)

cup of remembrance is emblem of emergence from bondage of (179:5.2)

dangers. See religion: warnings

does not provide for its progressive correction (92:3.4)

good to extent it brings man to God and God to man (92:7.3)

gradually loses saving message (99:6.3)

intellectual theology of established religious authority (155:5sec)

Jesus avoided establishment of (120:3.6)

Jesus lived under, up to baptism (101:6.5) (196:2.2)

lags behind slowly changing mores (102:8.6)

men always venerate leaders of, even at expense of teachings (92:5.2)

men only superficially accept a new religion (92:2.5)

mission is to stabilize ideals during dangerous times of transition (99:1.3–4)

most rigid of all human institutions (92:1.3) (92:2.1) (155:6.2)

of 20th century Urantia (92:6.2)

perpetuates established order of society (99:0.1) (99:2.5)

practices (92:1.3)

present-day forms are ritualization of ancient positive propitiation (89:4.7)

price for adherence is loss of spiritual freedom (155:6.5)

requires uniformity of belief (155:6.9)

rests wholly on faith, confirmation of conscience (101:5.9–10)

revelation recognizes duty demands of (101:9.1)

sacraments of. See sacraments

science purifies, by destroying superstition (81:6.10)

spiritually indolent souls crave ancient and authoritative religion (195:10.14)

status best judged by moral and ethical standards (102:5.3) (102:8.2)

symbols of socialized religion are not to be despised as channels of growth (100:5.1)

unstable or indolent souls escape demands of living with (102:2.7–8)

usually detract from spiritual quality (98:6.1)

various, can never come to unification (155:6.8–9)

weakness of (99:2sec)

woman degraded under several Oriental religions (84:5.6)

worship customs are confused and discredited (92:7.9)

intellectual deficiency or educational poverty unavoidably handicaps higher attainment (102:3.1)

intellectual overdevelopment sometimes very handicapping and embarrassing (102:3.1)

little chance to function until group becomes separated from all other groups (99:5.4)

modern men fear what religion of Jesus will do to and with them (195:9.6)

morality always antecedent to (5:5.4)

morontia religion relates to experience of survival; firmer grasp of mota (101:5.10) (101:6.1)

most dynamic influence ever (99:5.3)

needed now as never before (99:4.6)

needs new leaders who will depend solely on Jesus (195:9.4)

no new duties to perform (99:1.4)

often decisive factor in cultural development (79:6.10)

overstressed and isolated morality of modern (2:7.9)

primitive religion (Papers 85–91)

achievements of self-control were real progress (89:1.7)

basic belief was survival after death (92:6.1)

craves extinction in endless slumber and rest (194:3.2–3)

erroneous in concept; utterly illogical (86:7.5)

Father honors superstitions of primitive men (155:6.17)

gods of. See also gods and goddesses

conceived in likeness of man (1:5.11) (85:6.3) (92:5.1)

inflict displeasure by famine and flood (4:5.3) (148:6.4)

self-deceptive idols; wishful fancy (160:5.9)

highest level is exalted anthropomorphism (5:4.9)

influence of tribal spirit of solidarity (103:3.1)

influences in creation of primitive religion

arises as biologic reaction of mind (85:0.1) (86:0sec) (92:1.3) (103:0.2)

belief environment directly responsive to ghost whims (90:3.1)

belief man in debt to spirits (89:0.1)

born of all-powerful fear of unknown, ignorance, superstition, awe, and dread (5:4.1) (52:1.7) (62:5.4) (86:2.2) (90:0.3)

created its God conceptions out of highest recognized values (102:8.4)

entirely predicated on associational circumstances (85:0.2)

fairy tale of conscience (101:7.6)

faith, discrimination of values, and sense of duty are ancestry of (101:1.6)

fear led to attempts to placate invisible forces (64:4.12)

feeling of helplessness before onslaught of natural forces, manifestations of power (85:0.4) (118:10.14)

fostered by shock of death (86:3.1)

founded on Adjuster assumption that faith is valid (103:9.8)

impulse originates in spirit presences activating will to be unselfish (103:3.1)

influences through which it arose (92:0.1–5)

instinctive urge to fear mysterious energies (155:5.3)

insurance against perils of forest; bad luck; misfortune (86:7.1–3) (87:5.2) (89:2.1)

man created primitive religion out of his fears and by means of his illusions (85:0.1)

mind derivative; concerned with ethics, morals, duty (101:5.3,7)

originally erroneous in concept and utterly illogical (86:7.5)

outworking of adjutant mind-spirits (101:5.7)

premised on illusion and ignorance, driven by fear (86:6.3) (86:7.5)

search for supernatural explanation for all phenomena (81:2.5) (148:5.4)

slowly grew from innate worship urge and misconception of chance (86:6.4) (101:5.7)

largely technique for disease prevention (90:4.1)

long waste upon tombs, temples, sacrifices, and priesthoods was worth all it cost (86:6.7)

man's most expensive but incomparably effective institution (92:3.7–9)

many reverted to ideal of idleness (69:2.5)

mother of science, art, and philosophy (5:5.5)

novelty always sacrilege in (92:2.2)

preserved mores inviolate from generation to generation (68:4.3)

primitives danced out their religion (99:5.9)

primitives saved up property as nucleus for starting life in next existence (69:9.4)

progress when man conceived of supermortal forces consistent in behavior (87:4.5)

ruthlessly drives indolent suffering humanity forward (92:3.9)

sentimental, not logical (92:4.3)

specialization of labor based on (69:3.5)

summary of evolutionary growth (103:3.5)

teachers and leaders invested with legends of supernatural origins, careers, expected returns (92:5.2–3)

tends to make God manlike (102:3.14)

purposes of group activities (99:6.2)

religious experience, growth. See spiritual growth

result of religion

believer cleansed from every evil thought, sinful deed (131:5.5)

brings peace and progress (157:2.2)

builds up in souls as eternal endowment (155:6.3)

calls forth faith, trust, unity, peace, and assurance (5:4.2) (99:3.11) (99:7.2) (101:0.3) (101:10.5) (194:3.2) (195:5.8)

certain consciousness of God, assurance of survival (101:1.6)

cures man's isolation, soul hunger, moral despair (98:2.2) (101:10.7)

dissolves, absorbs, illuminates, and transcends troubles (196:3.1)

enables men to live together in complex civilization (103:7.9)

enhances home life (177:2.6)

ennobles commonplace drudgery (100:0.2)

fellows receive highest good as result of believer's contact (180:5.7)

fosters sovereignty of truth, beauty, and goodness (99:4.4)

grows in quest for final values (100:1.7) (103:1.4) (111:3.5)

influences social reconstruction through spiritualizing the individual (99:3.3)

inspires cosmic loyalty (99:3.11)

joins patience with passion, insight to zeal, sympathy with power, ideals with energy (99:7.3)

leads to union with righteousness (131:5.4)

leads to value consciousness (102:3.5)

leaves believer forever free to follow truth wherever it leads (155:6.5)

only power which lastingly increases altruism (99:1.5)

prepares man bravely to face vicissitudes of life (102:2.8)

releases faith and courage for daily living (155:3.7)

renders religionist socially fragrant (99:4.1)

seeks to convert individual and transform world (160:5.3–5)

seeks to win all, not be of any (137:7.5,12)

should not destroy sense of humor (100:6.5)

social fruits are love and service (100:3.1) (102:7.5) (103:3.2) (170:3.8,9)

social service (5:5.4)

the more one has, the more certain one is (102:1.3)

transforms mediocre individual into personality of idealistic power (100:0.1)

yields happiness (101:2.6)

revelatory religion. See revelation revealed religion noun A religion founded primarily on the revelations of God to humankind.

rituals. See ceremonies; cults; traditions

science and religion (103:7sec). See also science, philosophy, and religion

social reconstructionists show unrecognized religious motivation (99:3.6–7)

supremacy of (196:3sec)

survives because it conserves highest values of its followers (97:10.5)

takes cognizance of value of personality (102:3.9)

thawing out frozen forms of (155:3.8)

training at home in continental nation (72:3.5)

types

3 distinct forms (155:5.2–6)

3 modern contending philosophies of (99:4.9)

either evolved or suddenly revealed (92:7.2)

evolutionary, revelatory, admixtures, and philosophic (103:0.3)

warnings

dangers

abstract and dissociated concept of goodness (2:7.9)

accumulation of vested interests (99:6.3)

appeal to miraculous (102:8.7)

aristocratic chosen-people attitude (99:6.3)

commercialization (125:1.1) (125:5.6) (149:6.12) (173:1.11)

defense of outgrown systems (195:10.8)

doctrinal finality (182:1.8). See also doctrines

evil discrimination of religious castes (99:6.3)

failure to make up-to-date interpretations (99:6.3)

false ideas of sacredness (99:6.3) (155:3.5) (159:4.9)

fanaticism, exaggeration of ego (196:0.6)

fixation of beliefs (99:6.3)

formulating creeds or traditions to control believers (141:5.4)

intolerance q.v.

leaders becoming administrators instead of ministers (99:6.3)

loveless zeal (99:3.8)

must not be thing apart from total human experience (5:5.12)

negativity (140:4.7)

neglecting science, art, spiritual experience (2:7.9)

oppressive ecclesiastical authority (99:6.3)

petrification of worship (99:6.3)

purchasing social harmony by sacrifice of free personality (141:5.1)

sectarianism (99:6.1)

service of church rather than God (99:6.3)

standardization or formalization (99:4.1,3)

superficial frothiness of religious egotist (196:0.8)

superiority of group consciousness (182:1.8)

tendency to form competitive divisions (99:6.3)

tendency to standardize and fossilize truth (99:6.3)

tendency to venerate the past over present (99:6.3)

unholy secular alliances; established social or economic practices (99:0.1–2) (99:1.6) (99:2.3,5) (99:3.9) (99:6.3) (99:7.1) (194:3.9) (195:10.13,21)

despite evils, error to destroy technique of group functioning (97:10.7)

difficulties and persecutions attendant upon proclaiming (155:5.13)

discipline by constructive criticism, amplify by philosophy, purify by science, and nourish by loyal fellowship (5:5.12) (99:3.7,9)

ecclesiasticism incompatible with living faith (195:10.8)

error in, proportional to materialism (102:4.4)

false when it denies realities or confers assumed knowledge (101:8.3)

feeling and emotion are not (101:5.6)

form of expression must be continually restated (99:1.6)

man invariably tries to institutionalize his religion (195:9.6)

many isms have arisen from garbled Adjuster communications (110:4.5)

must quicken its adaptation to ever-changing social order (99:0.3)

no peace when one religion presumes exclusive authority over others (134:4.3–4,8)

not to be prostituted to promote smugness in fortunate, stoical resignation in victims of social deprivation (116:0.1)

often altogether too self-confident and dogmatic (103:7.7)

on trial before bar of human need (132:1.4)

one is self-deceived if not missionary evangel of one's own (160:5.3,5)

rarely survives as private practice of isolated individuals (97:10.7) (98:6.1)

religion must have up-to-date slogans (195:6.10)

religion of spirit in deadly conflict with institutional religion (155:5.12) (173:3.3) (191:5.3)

safeguard by common sense (159:4.9)

separate church and state (71:8.4) (72:3.6) (178:1.9)

to prevent egocentricity by exposing oneself to vast number of (103:1.3)

world needs more firsthand (195:9.8)

religionists. See faith sons of God

religious guardians. See master seraphim of planetary supervision

religious leaders in Rome

Jesus prepared for subsequent Christian missionaries (132:0.4–6)

religious leaders (Jerusalem). See Sanhedrin

Remembrance Supper (Paper 179)

ancient origin of sacred meal (89:4.10)

at first, celebrated as social meal with sacrament at end (194:4.8)

commemorates bestowal of Spirit of Truth (179:5.1,9)

establishing (179:5sec)

Jesus ordained we gather together to partake (99:5.10)

Master really present at (179:5.6)

new Passover; only ceremony associated with Jesus' life (179:5.4,9)

refreshing truce between ego and altruistic urge (103:4.1)

Remona

wife of Cain, mother of Enoch (76:2.9)

renaissance (European)

Christianity rehabilitated in (92:5.12) (195:4.3)

renunciation

negative form of propitiation (89:4.7)

primitive concepts of (89:3sec)

repentance. See also amends; confession; forgiveness; sin

Father seeks sinners before they think of (159:1.2) (169:1.3)

God never stands in need of (4:3.4–5)

goodness of God leads to (2:6.3) (48:6.8) (131:10.4) (143:2.7) (149:6.4)

has led nations to mighty efforts of reform (91:5.2)

if sincere, no need to fear judgment (133:4.12)

Jesus taught forgiveness without penance (138:8.2,8)

Jews taught, result of good works (138:8.8)

Judas said he repented (186:1.4)

love prevents estrangements which require (174:1.2)

message of John the Baptist (135:7.3) (136:0.2) (136:1.5)

optional teaching for apostles of Jesus (144:6.9)

preach to those who stand in need of (136:0.2) (140:10.1)

publicans and harlots repent before religious rulers (173:3.2)

recognition of evil of one's ways (131:8.5) (167:5.2)

restraint born of (131:3.3)

thief on the cross repented (187:4sec)

repersonalization. See resurrection

repression. See compulsion

reptilians. See also snakes

4 surviving types (65:2.10)

age of early (60:1sec)

appearance of flying and scaled (60:1.9)

Jurassic was age of later (60:2sec)

similar to modern, in Miocene (61:3.14)

sprang from frogs (59:6.8) (65:2.8,10)

requested by request (verb, transitive) requested, requesting, requests
    1. To express a desire for; ask for.
   
2. To ask (a person) to do something.
(
noun)
    1. The act of asking.
    2. Something asked for.
by request
    In response to an expressed desire
: We are offering these scarves for sale again by request.
[From Middle English requeste, the act of requesting, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin (rês) requaesìta, (thing) requested, from Latin, feminine past participle of requìrere, to ask for.]

resentment. See also envy

can turn love into hate (177:4.11)

creative imagination inhibited by (111:4.9)

Judas a victim of (139:12.9)

overcome, by discerning other's viewpoint (100:4.4)

reserve corps

70 divisions on Uversa (30:3.10)

are not inactive (39:3.11)

orders possessing

administrator seraphim (39:4.17–18)

Lanonandek Sons (35:8.8) (35:9.3)

seraphim (39:5.17) (39:6.1)

superior seraphim (39:2.17–18)

supervisor seraphim (39:3.11)

supreme seraphim (39:1.18)

reserve corps of destiny (114:7sec). See also reservists

12 corps, one for each group of seraphic supervision (114:7.4)

chief function is to insure against breakdown of progress (114:6.20)

consisted of 962 persons in 1934 (114:7.5,10)

cosmic reserve corps of universe-conscious citizens (114:7.10)

permanent councils (114:7.8)

reserves one of the 7 groups of administrator seraphim (39:4.17–18)

reservists (114:7sec). See also contact personalities; reserve corps of destiny

accomplish some specific task, usually in a few hours (114:7.8)

Adjusters of reservists

are of extraordinary versatility and experience (114:7.3)

are self-acting (109:2.5) (114:7.2)

one Adjuster's plea (110:7.10)

sometimes transmit messages during making and breaking of contacts with reservists (110:7.10)

used for interplanetary communication on quarantined worlds (108:4.4)

apart from 20 contact personalities, all are unconscious of their preparation (114:7.5)

cosmic reserve corps of universe-conscious citizens (114:7.10)

have guardians of destiny (113:1.5) (114:7.2)

in rare emergencies, function to prevent breakdown of culture or extinction of truth (114:7.6)

living men and women admitted to special service of superhuman administration (114:7.1)

pivotal individuals in plans world administrators are prosecuting (114:7.2)

rehearsed to act in crisis in deep mind by Adjuster, seraphic ministry (114:7.5)

secondary midwayers are contact guardians for (77:7.5) (77:8.13)

seldom emblazoned on pages of history (114:7.6)

selected for inherent capacity, wholehearted dedication, willingness to serve without human recognition (114:7.3)

unconscious conservators of essential planetary information (114:7.7)

resident governors general (114:3sec)

100-year terms (114:3.1)

administrative cabinet (114:5.6) (114:6.2)

advisory chief executive (114:5.1)

hands down scores of rulings each day (114:3.3)

leader of celestial beings functioning on Urantia (114:3.2)

Machiventa Melchizedek invisibly present for 100 years as (93:10.10)

representative of 24 counselors (45:4.16) (114:3.2)

resolves problems by mutual consent (114:5.2)

seraphim and midwayers execute mandates of (114:0.2)

Vevona attached to staff of (39:5.5)

resignation. See fatalism; submission

resistance. See also difficulties; nonresistance

taking first step along path of least (184:2.12)

resolutions. See also oaths; promises

weak indulge in; the strong act (48:7.13)

respect. See also self-respect

always show, for personality of man (159:3.2)

education increases, for experience and opinions of others (25:3.12)

for superiors a divine injunction (107:3.3)

Jesus disapproved of outward shows of (157:4.3)

Jesus had profound, for every person he met (138:8.9)

responsibility. See also duty

placing premature, courts disaster (28:6.15)

power of choice is man's supreme cosmic (112:5.5)

rest. See also ease; recreation; relaxation

always time for (25:7.2)

celestial beings all enjoy (84:8.5)

divine rest

associated with spiritual-energy intake (44:5.8)

essential to

effective use of space energies (44:5.10)

enjoyment of Paradise (27:1.1)

replenish energy losses (44:5.9)

those who enter kingdom shall enjoy (137:8.14)

from reminiscences of earlier experiences (48:4.10,12)

Jesus established mid-week holiday for (138:6.2)

provision for, on morontia worlds (44:3.4)

seraphim recharge with life energy of universe circuits (113:2.10)

thought change helpful in recuperating depleted energies (48:4.9–10)

transition rest

sleep attending transition from universe status (27:1.2–5)

terminal rest of time achieved before residential status on Paradise (26:7.4) (44:5.9)

transit through midspace to Paradise (12:5.4)

true rest, relaxation of ages (26:11.8)

types are sleep, play, discovery, worship, energy intake, transition sleep, and Paradise attainment (27:1.2)

restraint. See moderation; self-control

resurrection. See also eternal life; Jesus: events in life; planetary epochs; resurrection halls; sleeping survivors; survival

3rd day after death for mortals with personal seraphic guardians (30:4.4) (49:6.8–9) (112:4.2–5)

7 on mansion worlds (47:10.5)

after, mortal life at first seems to have been a vague dream (112:5.21)

Ancients of Days make decrees of immediate (112:4.5)

archangels promulgate roll call; council for (37:3.6) (189:0.1)

beliefs regarding

Pharisees believed in physical (137:7.6) (174:3.4)

Phrygian mystery cult celebrated Attis's (97:4.4)

Prophet Daniel believed in (137:7.6)

Sadducees did not believe in (174:3sec)

under Mithraism (98:5.4)

effected by reassociation of soul in custody of destiny guardian and Adjuster (30:4.8) (47:3.3) (49:6.5) (112:3.5) (113:6.6)

entails fabrication of suitable form, return of Adjuster, and seraphic guardian's bestowal of soul (112:5.16–19)

guardian angels present for (189:3.2)

halls. See resurrection halls

heralds of. See messenger corps

judgment based on Adjuster's version of deceased human's character, seraphic records (112:4.2,5)

judgment seat of presiding archangel (45:4.1)

Lazarus's, was only instance of physical (168:2sec)

Michael removed survivors of dispensational (77:8.1)

mortal's 2nd jubilee (27:7.8)

most survivors repersonalized upon new dispensations (49:6.3–7)

new body in morontia form (39:2.13)

no more literal, from Jerusem until leaving Nebadon (47:10.4–5)

occurs on mansion worlds (30:4.4)

of unjust. See roll call: of justice

physical body remains on planet (39:2.13)

reassembly of memory, insight, and consciousness–identity (112:5.19)

seizure of encircuited morontia mind by awakening self (112:5.20)

seraphic transport not used (39:2.13)

special resurrections

Adamic was #26 (76:6.2)

of sleeping survivors occur at least every millennium planetary time (49:6.2)

resurrection halls. See also resurrection

life-assembly chambers provide relationship of universe energy which reconsciousizes sleeping survivors (112:5.16–19)

rendezvous for seraphic guardians, Adjusters, Life Carriers, and Archangels of resurrection (47:3.2)

temple of personality assembly on 1st mansion world (47:3.2,5)

retaliation. See revenge

retirement

at age 65 in continental nation (72:6.1–2)

retrograde motion

always result of foreign space bodies (57:5.14)

of Venus and Uranus proves they were originally satellites of Angona (57:5.13–14)

revealed reveal
reveal (verb, transitive) revealed, revealing, reveals
    1. a. To make known (something concealed or secret): revealed a confidence.
        b. To bring to view; show.
    2. To make known by supernatural or divine means: "For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven" (Romans 1:18).
[Middle English revelen, from Old French reveler, from Latin revêlâre : re-, re- + vêlâre, to cover (from vêlum, veil).]
reveal'able (adjective) - reveal'er (noun) - reveal'ment (noun)
Synonyms: reveal, expose, disclose, divulge, betray. These verbs signify to make known what has been or ought to be kept from the knowledge of others. Reveal suggests uncovering what has been concealed: "He was glad it was to him she had revealed her secret" (Edith Wharton). To expose is to lay bare to public scrutiny: In a slip of the tongue the schemer exposed his true motivation. Disclose means to make known as if by removing a cover: The journalist refused to disclose the source of her information. Divulge often implies the improper revelation of something private or secret: "And whatsoever I shall see or hear in the course of my profession . . . if it be what should not be published abroad, I will never divulge, holding such things to be holy secrets" (Hippocratic Oath). To betray is to make known in a breach of trust or confidence: "A servant . . . betrayed their presence . . . to the Germans" (William Styron). The term can also mean to reveal against one's desire or will: Her comment betrayed annoyance.

revealed religion noun A religion founded primarily on the revelations of God to humankind.

revelation. See also religion; Urantia Papers revelation (noun)
    1. a. The act of revealing or disclosing.
        b. Something revealed, especially a dramatic disclosure of something not previously known or realized.
    2. Theology. A manifestation of divine will or truth.
    3. Revelation Abbr. Rev., Rv. Bible.
[Middle English revelacion, from Old French revelation, from Latin revêlâtio, revêlâtion-, from revêlâtus, past participle of revêlâre, to reveal.] 

always comes in times of great testing or defeat (195:9.3)

always difficult to induce men suddenly to accept (92:6.8)

assurance of, based on faith plus experience in revelation (101:5.9–10)

autorevelation

cosmic mind endowments of causation, duty, and worship (16:6.10)

Nalda's checkered past came before her in a moment (143:5.13)

work of Adjuster (101:4.3)

concerned with eternal realities, survival of personality, attainment of Deity (101:5.4)

contrasted with science, religion, and philosophy (102:3.5–15)

Divine Counselors are highest source on evolutionary worlds (1:7.9)

epochal revelations (92:4sec) (176:2.3) (189:3.3). See also planetary epochs

1st was Dalamatia teachings (92:4.5)

2nd was Edenic teachings (92:4.6)

3rd was Melchizedek of Salem (92:4.7)

4th was Jesus of Nazareth (92:4.8)

5th is Urantia Papers (92:4.9)

6th in 1000 years? (30:0.2)

excellent as well as genuine (100:6.8–9)

experience proves validity of (101:2.1)

finite knowledge, even from high sources, is relative (2:7.1)

function

affirms First Cause of science and religion's God of salvation are same Deity (4:4.7) (101:2.5) (103:7.8)

allures men to seek the God of love (5:4.1)

brought idea of personality of God (1:5.10–11)

compensates for frailties of philosophy (103:8.6)

concerned with expansion of truth (101:5.8)

essential to realization of brotherhood (52:6.2)

explains how God works out his will (101:2.1)

harmonizes partial approaches to reality (99:4.10)

instructs and validates faith (101:2.3) (103:7.1)

only compensation for absence of mota (4:2.7) (101:2.2,6) (102:3.5) (103:6.8,12–13)

portrays teachings not too advanced (92:4.1)

portrays the eternal brotherhood; makes man Godlike (102:3.8,14)

presents cosmic data so as to illuminate spiritual teachings (101:4.5)

punctuates otherwise slow-moving planetary evolution (103:0.2)

recognizes and expands duty demands of evolutionary religion (101:5sec) (101:9.1)

sorts errors of evolution from truths of spirit (92:3.10) (92:4.1) (101:5.1)

synthesizes science and theology, creating harmony of mind and satisfaction of spirit (101:2.1–2,8)

transiently clarifies knowledge (101:4.5)

unifies history, geology, astronomy, physics, chemistry, biology, sociology, and psychology (102:4.6)

God formulates religion in (85:6.3)

God reveals himself to extent divinely possible (32:4.7)

human race very early sought for (90:2.1)

intolerant theologic egotism appears with (92:7.2)

limitations of revelation (F:0.1–4) (50:6.1) (101:4sec) (112:5.11) (119:6.3)

distortions of language are best efforts at contact-compromise with human minds (6:0.2,4)

imposed by mandate (119:0.1,7) (119:6.3)

laws of revelation proscribe imparting unearned or premature knowledge (101:4.1)

new revelation always contaminated by evolutionary beliefs (93:7.4)

none short of Father ever complete (92:4.9)

revelation is not necessarily inspired (101:4.2)

revelation must submit to graduated control of evolution (89:9.3) (92:4.1)

revelation resorted to only when concept has no adequate previous expression (F:XII.10) (F:0.2) (66:5.14) (121:8.13)

not limited to any one generation (159:4.6)

of God to world will not fail (196:3.30)

only revealed religion is spiritually moral (2:6.2)

overrevelation stifles imagination (30:0.2)

personal revelation. See also leadings; mysticism; prophecies; spiritual insight

23rd Psalm whispered to shepherd boy (48:6.9)

Adjuster constantly communicates (101:4.3) (108:6.7) (110:1.1)

Adjuster's direct voice may be heard in supreme decision (109:5.2) (110:7.9)

certain wise men of earth knew of Michael's impending arrival (119:7.6)

every intense emotional experience not a (91:7.3–4) (100:5.6–7)

flashes upon earth in lives of God-revealing men (132:7.6)

God answers prayer by giving increased (91:8.11)

God unfailingly manifests himself to fulness of creature's capacity (1:4.5–6)

human experience is continuous (101:2.10)

hunger for truth is a (102:3.12)

often so blinds creature as to precipitate fanaticism (110:4.5)

word often spoken by angels (113:0.1)

Prince's staff sought progression by evolution and not revolution by (66:6.6)

progress dependent on faith and (19:5.12)

propounded by real spiritual world; is true (92:4.3) (101:4.3)

religious capacity of receptivity determines rate and extent of (52:2.3)

should not be slighted if accompanied by errors, obsolete ideas (101:4.1) (102:1.3)

sometimes error so great that rectification by, would be fatal to slowly emerging truths (48:6.21)

validated only by human experience (101:2.6)

without help from superhuman sources, society breaks down (68:3.4–5)

Revelations, Book of. See also John Zebedee

confused vision (34:4.8–9)

surviving fragments of great revelation to Apostle John (139:4.14)

revenge. See also anger; fear; hatred

cannibalism part of solemn ceremony of (89:5.5–6)

character measured by ability to resist holding grudges (140:8.5) (156:5.17)

creative imagination inhibited by (111:4.9)

early cause of war (70:1.12)

Jesus abhorred retaliation (140:8.5) (159:1.6) (159:5.11) (162:0.2)

Judas harbored feelings of (139:12.6,9) (157:7.4) (177:4.10) (193:4.2,8)

make no allowance for (140:8.5)

mask of cowardice (145:3.4)

material irritant of immaturity (160:3.5)

planned in mind courts judgment (140:6.4)

pride of, blinds (162:7.3)

result of ignorance of true longings of fellows (174:1.5)

return good for evil (140:2.15) (140:6.9)

spiritual deliverance from (141:3.8)

vengeance

aim of primitive life (70:10.9)

does not right wrongs (140:8.7)

is mine, says the Lord (70:10.9)

when enemy smites, turn other cheek (159:5.9–12)

reversion. See recreation

reversion directors (48:4sec)

all celestial beings enjoy (84:8.5)

collaborate with heavenly reproducers (44:2.10)

collaborate with Joys of Existence (28:5.16)

in Uversa personality register (30:2.26)

lessen irritability and resentment in groups (43:8.9)

maintain headquarters on each mansion world (47:0.4)

morontia progressors predominate among (43:7.4)

operate chiefly from local system headquarters (37:10.4)

promote

relaxation and humor (30:3.7)

reverting memory to former state (48:4.10)

thought change and mind rest (48:4.9)

recruited from Havona natives to morontia progressors (48:4.9)

theater on Jerusem (46:5.23)

revolution (abrupt change)

always disastrous suddenly to liberate great numbers of slaves (69:8.9)

deranges society (66:6.3–6)

displaced evolution in planetary rebellion (67:5.1)

harmful approach (99:2.5)

Jesus was a progressive evolutionist, not a revolutionary (149:2.11)

nearly fatal to undertake wholesale modification of mores by (68:4.6)

no great social or economic change should be effected suddenly (81:6.40)

technique of Caligastia (136:9.2)

revolution (motion). See also ellipse

all units of cosmic energy in (12:4.1)

reward. See also karma

extend help without thought of (131:8.5)

follows effort (50:7.3)

joy, communion, eternal life are believers' only (141:7.5)

real rewards are spiritual (193:4.11)

religion is not magical promises of future mystical reward (99:5.2)

rhinoceroses

appearance in Cenozoic, Oligocene (61:1.4) (61:2.9)

entered Europe from Africa (64:4.7)

migrated to North America (61:3.4–5)

Pliocene migrations (61:4.3)

Rhodes (130:0.3) (133:7.1)

rhythm. See also music

increases efficiency, augments pleasure (44:4.11)

practiced to influence the spirits (90:4.6)

rhythm recorders

celestial artisans (44:4.11)

rice

thrown on newlyweds to ensure fecundity (83:4.5)

rich, the. See wealth: persons possessing wealth

rich man and beggar

Nazarite parable of (169:3sec)

rich man of Rome

Jesus' counsel to (132:5sec)

Jesus often similarly advised well-to-do disciples (163:2.11)

rich widow of Tyre

sought to buy healing (149:1.9)

rich young ruler. See Matadormus

riches. See wealth

ridicule

beware poison darts of (174:0.2)

do not indulge in sarcasm (159:3.4)

Judas influenced by Sadducean friends' (172:5.13)

Peter withered before (139:2.6) (184:2.8)

withering influence of (174:3.5)

Rig-Veda. See also Hinduism

distinction between mind and heart in (111:0.7)

most variegated system of theology ever developed (94:1.7)

portrayed one spirituality of Hindu gods (96:0.1)

sacred writings culled by Brahmans to combat Salem teachers (94:1.7)

right

for ancients, might was (70:11.9)

for ghost cultists, ceremonies designed to win spirits' co-operation (87:5.10)

right hand of the Father

Creator sons proceed to (21:4.4) (52:5.6)

Jesus ascended to (120:3.10) (136:3.5) (142:7.13) (182:1.3) (193:5.5)

power of god (194:4.4)

presence of God (5:2.2)

we shall repeatedly stand at (13:2.7) (137:8.16)

righteousness (2:3sec). See also justice; mercy

4 steps of inner (170:3.2–3)

Adjuster creates hunger and thirst for (101:2.12)

are you a better recommender of? (156:5.15)

be valiant in defense of (178:1.14)

believers have implicit faith in triumph of (156:5.12)

best way is the right way (12:7.2)

better little with, than riches with wickedness (149:5.2)

certain victory of (52:7.14)

comes not from passive attitudes (159:5.12)

defined as

acquired by faith (170:3.1)

conformity with the cosmos (16:7.6–7)

desire to live truth, beauty, goodness, and love (196:3.29)

identification with Father's plan (101:10.7)

love, mercy, and truth–the desire to do will of God (140:6.3)

more to be desired than sovereignty of all the earth (131:3.7)

natural fruit of spirit-born life (150:5.5)

necessary to do work of kingdom (140:10.1)

progressive character development (144:4.3)

yielding satisfaction transcending material reward (39:4.13)

do not seek to establish, by laws or force (16:7.9) (153:3.5) (159:3.2) (178:1.2–12)

exemplify the beautiful wholeness of (155:1.5)

eyes of Lord are over the righteous (4:1.4)

God gives to man (96:7.7)

God is source of moral law (2:6.5)

God's, exhibited as equal hatred for sin (2:6.7)

God's, not dominated by strict retributive justice (2:6.6)

happy are they who hunger and thirst for (140:3.4) (140:5.8) (150:5.5) (193:2.2)

hunger and thirst for, leads to discovery of truth (103:4.2)

Ikhnaton's religion in daily life (95:5.8)

in Havona, natural enjoyment of doing things rightly (14:5.3)

make friends with forces of (169:2.5)

mind that discerns God is pure mind (101:1.3)

Moses taught, always rewarded with prosperity and power (135:5.1)

necessity to go to the people reveals lack of (155:1.5)

nourishes individual creativity (182:1.8)

only poor in spirit hunger for (140:5.8)

rabbis taught ignorant could not enjoy (138:8.7)

requires contrast of potential evil (3:5.13)

rights, human. See human rights

rights, natural. See human rights

Rimmon (146:1sec)

ring

married women set apart by (82:2.5)

son's, given to prodigal son (169:1.9)

rituals. See ceremonies; cults; traditions

rivalry. See competition

river bed

is not the river (100:5.1)

rivers

named

Danube (80:5.8) (80:9.4)

Don (80:4.1–2)

Euphrates River q.v.

Ganges q.v.

Hudson River q.v.

Indus (79:1.3) (79:2.1,4)

Jabbok (124:6.6)

Jordan River q.v.

Mississippi River q.v.

Niagara Falls (59:3.9) (61:7.10)

Nile. See Nile valley

Ohio River (59:4.6) (61:7.2)

Somme River q.v.

Susquehanna River (59:4.16)

Tigris River (76:0.1) (78:1.1–3)

Volga (80:4.1–2)

Yangtze River (79:6.5)

Yellow River q.v.

no raging, on Jerusem (46:2.2)

road of robbers

Jericho to Bethany (171:6.4) (185:5.3)

roads

Appian Way (133:0.2)

Damascus road (134:8.1) (155:2.1) (158:7.1) (196:2.1)

good, interconnected major centers in times of Jesus (121:1.4)

road of robbers (171:6.4) (185:5.3)

Romans built (71:1.13)

robes

delight in wearing long (166:1.5) (175:1.9)

put on prodigal son (169:1.9)

rocks and minerals. See also elements (chemical)

                rocks and minerals named in the papers:

amber (80:9.4) copper (58:7.6) (65:6.4) (58:7.10) (81:3.4–5) iron (41:4.3) (92:2.2) salt (58:1.3-4)
anthracite (59:5.16) crystals (46:5.4,24) lava (57:7.9) sandstone (58:7.9)
basalt (58:5.3,6) diamonds (63:5.6) lead (42:4.12) (59:3.4) sedimentary (58:7.9)
bronze (80:9.13) (92:2.2) dolomite (60:1.4) lignite (60:3.9) shale (58:7.10)
calcium (41:6sec) flint limestone (57:8.13) silver (96:1.12) (169:1.4)
carbon (only as "carbon dioxide") (57:7.8) gold (60:3.3) (63:5.6) (81:3.5) marble slate (58:7.10) (59:1.12)
chalk (60:3–4secs) (61:1.8) granite (57:7.5) (58:5.5) meteoric deposits (49:3.3) (15:5.9) (85:1.2) sodium (41:6.1) (41:6.3) (58:1.3)
clay gravel (59:5.10) platinum (63:5.6) stone, lithographic (59:5.15) (66:5.9)
coal

greensand marl (60:3.9)

quartz (59:1.12) (59:3.1) tin (81:3.5)
conglomerates (59:5.15) gypsum (60:1.1) rock flour (61:7.1) zinc (59:3.4) (59:5.9 )

boulders (61:7.1)

Cambrian, overthrust over Cretaceous in British Columbia (60:3.14)

Mithraic cult portrayed militant god taking origin in a great rock (98:5.3)

older layers often commingled with younger (58:7.1,7)

rock flour is glacial product (61:7.1)

Rocky Mountains

dinosaurs buried in (60:2.2)

geology (59:2.4) (59:5.18–19) (60:3.9) (60:3.14) (60:4.2–4) (61:3.3)

Rodan of Alexandria (roh dan'). A Greek philosopher from Alexandria whose discussions with Nathaniel and Thomas led him to become a committed believer in and teacher of the gospel of the kingdom. (1772,1)(160:0.1)(Papers 160–161)

at Jesus' 12th appearance (191:6sec)

harmonized philosophy with Judaism (121:6.3–6) (130:3.9) (146:1.3)

instructed by former apostle of John the Baptist (161:0.2)

instructed inquiring Greeks (177:3.5)

Jesus assigned Nathaniel and Thomas to talk with (160:0.1) (161:0.2)

Jesus declined to enter into conference with (160:0.1) (161:1.2)

martyred in Greece (161:2.12)

one of greatest of his race (160:5.14)

pupils of, converted Stephen and Barnabas (194:4.11)

rodents

appearance in Oligocene (61:2.7)

roll call

of justice. See also nonsurvivors

all Adjuster-indwelt beings are on (49:6.11)

guardian angels respond to roll call; Adjusters make no answer (113:6.8)

of mercy. See also resurrection

resurrection of sleeping survivors (113:6.8)

rejoice your names are written on rolls of heaven (163:6.2)

Roman Catholic Church. See also Christian church, early; Christianity

ancient continence cult fostered celibate priesthood (89:3.6)

authority over things temporal, affairs of kingdom, given to apostles and successors (140:2.2–3) (157:4.5–6)

call no man father in spiritual sense (175:1.10)

in dark ages (195:3sec)

inelastic by 15th century A.D. (92:5.12)

Mother of God sect's headquarters on exact site of St. Peter's in Rome (98:3.5)

persecution and intolerance come from assumption of superiority and exclusive authority (134:4.3–5)

spiritual menace in galaxy of saints (195:4.2)

totalitarian medieval church was mother of secularism (195:8.2–4)

Roman centurion in Corinth

Jesus' talk with, about loyalty (133:4.3)

Roman centurion of Jerusalem

arrested Jesus (183:3.4,9)

compelled Simon of Cyrene to carry crossbeam (187:1.10)

entered into full fellowship of kingdom (187:4.4) (187:5.4)

gave Jesus sponge of wine (187:3.5) (187:5.3)

helped bear body of Jesus to tomb; rolled door-stone (188:1.3,5)

led procession to Golgotha (187:0.1) (187:1.2)

stationed at cross (141:3.5)

stood astride Master's body with drawn sword (188:1.1)

told Luke story of thief on cross (187:4.3)

took Jesus to Annas by prearrangement (183:5.1) (184:0.1)

Roman Empire (98:3sec). See also Romans; Rome

attributes of Roman state (71:1.13)

demanded loyalty (191:5.3)

favored monogamous marriage (83:6.3)

foreign policy

destruction of Jerusalem by Roman armies (170:2.21) (172:3.10) (176:0.1) (176:1sec)

error sending Pilate to govern Palestine (185:1.2,9)

Judea most difficult province to govern (185:1.2,9)

objectives in Levant (121:2.8)

overcame nationalism by imperial universalism (195:3.2)

wars with Parthia (121:1.6)

included all of southern Europe, Asia Minor, Syria, Egypt, northwest Africa (132:0.3)

Jews revolt against, suicidal (121:2.8) (128:5.3)

no Latin word for unselfishness (195:3.3)

political genius for empire administration (195:1.8)

practice of carrying water 3 times around corpse (87:6.5)

practice of throwing stone into air invoking Jupiter (85:1.3)

reasons for decline (195:3.8–9)

too rapid extension with internal degeneration (71:1.14)

religion

Christians conquered in 300 years (195:6.9) (195:10.18)

conquered by cults and god concepts of Egypt, Greece, and the Levant (98:3.6)

emperor worship (98:3.7–8)

fought Christianity at first (195:1.5)

influence on Christianity (195:2sec)

mostly observance of forms, vows, and taboos (98:3.2)

political observance (98:3.1) (130:3.5) (195:2.3)

receptive to Christian teachings (195:0.2)

spiritually unsatisfied in times of Jesus (195:0.2) (195:3.1)

tolerant of all religions (121:1.1,3) (195:2.2)

took over Greek culture, religion (98:3.3) (195:2.5)

triad gods (104:0.3)

social situation

5 social strata in times of Jesus (121:3.1,9)

conditions in 2nd century A.D. (195:3.7–11)

half population were slaves; majority inferiors (121:3.6–8)

half the year wasted on cult ceremonies (87:3.4)

Jews scattered throughout (121:2.3–4)

lax divorce practices (140:8.14)

no widespread social problems (121:3.9)

people contrasted with Greeks and Jews (191:5.3)

people were great, governed themselves; lawyers by nature and training (195:2.4–6)

strengths and weaknesses (71:1.13–14)

Roman judge in Corinth

Jesus' talk with, about fair judgment (133:4.7)

Roman magistrate in Rome

Jesus' talk with, about judgment (132:4.8)

Roman senator

Jesus told people should support the government (132:4.5)

Roman soldier in Rome

Jesus' talk with (132:4.6)

Roman soldiers in Jerusalem

bribed to say disciples took Jesus' body (189:2.4)

fled when stone rolled away from Jesus' tomb (189:2.4)

sensitive to Jewish disrespect (128:6.5)

romance

ancients great believers in love charms (88:5.2)

Andite contribution (83:2.5)

of courtship largely responsible for increasing divorce (83:7.7)

Prince's staff fostered courtship (66:5.29)

Romans. See also Roman Empire; Rome

Augustus q.v.

Caligula (176:2.8)

Cicero (195:2.6)

Claudia Procula q.v.

Claudius (132:4.5)

Constantine (195:0.10)

Cornelius (130:2.5)

Marcus, speaker at forum (132:4.7)

Pontius Pilate q.v.

religious leaders in Rome (132:0.4–6)

Roman centurion in Corinth (133:4.3)

Roman centurion of Capernaum. See Mangus

Roman centurion of Jerusalem q.v.

Roman judge in Corinth (133:4.7)

Roman judge in Jerusalem (128:6.7)

Roman magistrate in Rome (132:4.8)

Roman senator (132:4.5)

Roman soldier in Rome (132:4.6)

Roman soldiers in Jerusalem (128:6.5) (189:2.4)

Tiberius q.v.

Titus (Emperor) (121:8.7) (187:1.5)

Vergil (125:2.6)

widow in Rome (132:6.2)

Rome (130:0.3) (194:4.13). See also Roman Empire; Romans

city of 2 million (132:0.2)

Claudus preached in (130:8.1)

Jesus' trip to (Papers 130–133)

largest and most cosmopolitan city of world (132:4.1)

only Zebedee knew of Jesus' trip to (134:1.2)

Salem teachings in (98:3sec)

son of Titus of Capernaum martyred in (146:5.2)

Romulus

tradition of put-away child saved by divine intervention (89:7.3)

roof tiles

removed to lower paralytic (148:9.2)

roosters. See poultry

round-heads

Andonites were (80:5.8)

royalties

collected by government in continental nation (72:7.10)

Ruben

reputed tribe of (128:1.14)

ruffians at Nazareth (150:7.3) (150:8.11) (150:9sec)

Rufus

effective teacher of gospel; son of Simon of Cyrene (187:1.10)

Jesus aided when injured by oxcart (130:6.6)

rule of living. See also golden rule

old way is suppression and conformance to (143:2.4)

ruler, rich young. See Matadormus

rulers. See government; Roman Empire; Sanhedrin

ruminants

overran North America in Miocene (61:3.5)

runaway lad in Corinth. See also Fortune

Jesus' talk with (133:4.11)

Russia. See also Siberia

blue race absorbed considerable Andonite blood in (80:3.2)

geology (59:4.7) (60:1.4) (60:2.6) (60:3.6)

in 15,000 B.C. (78:3.5)

tree spirits regarded as cruel in (85:2.4)

Ruth (daughter of Matthew)

at Jesus' 16th appearance (193:0sec)

member of women's corps (150:1.1)

Ruth (Old Testament)

Mary mother of Jesus descendant of (122:1.2)

Ruth (sister of Jesus) (154:5.1) (188:3.3). See also Jesus: family

at Jesus' 4th appearance (190:2.6)

at Jesus' crucifixion (186:0.3) (187:2.7) (187:3.2) (187:5.4)

born April 17, A.D. 9 (126:3.2)

endeavored to elude Pharisees (157:0.1)

Jesus had long talks with (134:1.3)

married David Zebedee; moved to Philadelphia (190:1.10)

moved to Capernaum (134:1.6)

thoughtless of speech but most sincere of heart; beautiful (127:4.8)

unswervingly loyal to Jesus; chief family comfort (124:4.3) (138:0.1) (145:0.3) (154:6.1,3) (190:2.2)

Ryonin

taught God concept in Amida Buddha; faith (94:12.2–3)