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Gospel of John. See John Zebedee: Gospel of John
Gospel of Luke. See Luke: Gospel of Luke
Gospel of Mark. See John Mark: Gospel of Mark
Gospel of Matthew. See Matthew Levi: Gospel of Matthew
speak not hearsay 138:8.4(1545;5)
Adam failed to establish g. outside Eden 74:5.5-7(833;5)
believers' relation to
afford no stumbling block 157:1.2,4(1743;4)
be subject to g.; observe essentials of law 140:8.9(1580;4), 175:1.8(1906;5), 177:3.7(1924;3)
conflict when rulers require worship which belongs only to God 133:4.3(1474;3), 178:1.3(1929;4), 181:2.10(1956;5)
discourse on sonship and citizenship 178:1sec(1929;2)
Jesus forbade apostles to become embroiled in politics 120:3.4(1329;5), 137:7.5,12(1534;4), 139:11.9(1565;6), 140:8.9(1580;4), 167:5.6(1839;3)
make no denunciations of g. 138:5.4(1542;5), 178:1.16(1932;1)
never identify Jesus' teachings with any political system 140:8.9-31(1580;4), 140:10.6(1585;4), 142:7.17(1605;2), 194:3.9(2064;1)
persecution by religious dictators 178:1.9(1930;6)
render to Caesar what is Caesar's 140:8.9(1580;4), 156:5.16(1740;3), 174:2.2(1899;2), 178:1.3(1929;4), 181:2.10(1956;5)
responsibility and morality of cosmic citizenship 39:4.9(435;2)
seek to win all parties; not be of any 137:7.5,12(1534;4)
spirit will teach believers how to answer judges 176:1.1(1912;3)
celestial government. See also Urantia: celestial government
affairs of all worlds divinely supervised 3:1.1(44;4)
Father rules through his Sons 3:5.1-2(50;6)
levels of, assigned special domains of responsibility 33:6.3(371;5)
none in Havona 14:3.1-2(155;4), 14:5.3(158;6)
not always possible to distinguish administrations of Father and Son 6:8.3(79;6)
spiritual administration of Eternal Son in superuniverses not discernible by creatures 7:2.4(83;7)
dangers of 71:2.1(801;5)
elections are right way even to do wrong thing 71:2.3(802;2)
fetish made of 88:3.4(970;5)
history of government Papers 70, 71),. See also civilization
abolition of slavery 71:8.5(807;1)
ancient administrations only changed by civil war 70:7.13(792;2)
beginnings 70:5sec(788;7)
character of people reflected in statehood 71:8.1(806;7)
councils of elders 70:5.2(788;8)
danger of external aggression stimulates development of state 79:8.1(887;1)
development; often unconscious 70:0.2-3(783;2), Paper 71 (800;1),)
development of industry and private property necessitated 69:9.17(782;4), 70:0.1(783;1)
dictators prevailed in primitive g. 70:12.2(798;1)
early states were all result of conquest 71:1.2(800;4)
Iroquois lacked essentials of modern g. 71:1.3-11(800;5)
monarchal g. 70:6sec(789;8)
on neighboring planet Paper 72 (808;1),)
Onagar instituted efficient tribal 63:6.8(716;7)
origin of executive branch 70:5.5-9(789;3)
originally strong vs. weak 70:7.13(792;2)
weak and inferior always insist that the state compel others to supply their wants 70:9.6(794;4)
lower social orders no longer politically helpless 99:1.5(1087;2)
mortal chief executives in light and life 55:4.12(628;3)
Most Highs rule in kingdoms of men 3:5.2(51;1), 43:3.4(488;6), 43:9.4(495;6), 50:2.6(574;1), 52:3.11(594;2), 97:8.5(1071;3), 134:5.4(1488;2), 136:9.6(1522;5), 175:1.8(1906;5), 175:3.2(1910;1)
principles of government Papers 70-72),. See also competition; courts; human rights; industry; justice; law; military; profit; taxation
abolition of slavery 71:2.5(802;4)
adjudication is highest function of g. 22:4.3(247;2)
best g. is balance of power between executive, legislative, and judicial branches 70:12.1(797;9), 71:8.1(806;7)
bestowal of honors in ideal state 71:3.9(803;9)
care of the unfortunate 71:4.2(804;2)
co-ordinate most while governing least 71:3.6(803;6), 71:5.2(805;2)
compulsory education 71:4.2(804;2), 71:8.7(807;3), 72:4.1(812;3)
compulsory employment 71:3.4(803;4), 71:4.2(804;2), 72:6.4,6(814;6)
conquest of dialects 71:8.12(807;8)
control of public servants 71:2.13(802;12)
control of tax levying 71:8.6(807;2)
divine ideal for g. must be slowly discovered 70:12.8(799;1)
education 71:2.6(802;5)
effective only when power conferred on a person 70:6.1(789;8)
equality of opportunity under law 81:5.6(906;4)
essentials are liberty, security, education, social co-ordination 71:1.3-11(800;5), 71:3.1(803;1)
ethics is seed and secret of purposeful growth 39:3.7(433;1)
federalism 71:8.8(807;4), 72:2.1(809;2)
founded on justice 132:4.8(1462;1)
freedom of speech 71:2.8(802;7)
g. disappears in light and life 52:7.5(599;1), 55:3.2(625;1), 55:5.4(630;1)
g. employees disenfranchised in continental nation 72:9.4(817;8)
g. may employ force; death penalty 133:1.5(1470;1), 133:4.12(1475;5), 140:8.4(1579;6), 178:1.2(1929;3)
ideal g. is organic 72:9.7(818;2)
ideal state has few laws 71:3.4(803;4)
ideals of statehood 70:9.7(794;5), 71:3sec(803;1)
in continental nation 72:2sec(809;2)
individual liberties 70:12.5(798;4), 71:4.2(804;2), 71:8.4(806;10)
intelligent, trained representation 71:2.14(802;13)
Jesus did not teach rules of g. 140:6.6(1576;6)
men and women hold posts jointly in light and life 55:3.9(625;8)
nation doomed if majority of voters are inferior 72:9.8(818;3)
national survival demands military preparedness 71:4.5(804;5)
not what g. is, but what g. does that matters 71:3.1(803;1)
of the people, by the people, and for the people 71:2.14(802;13)
only sacred feature is division into executive, legislative, and judicial functions 71:8.1,3(806;7)
prevent g. from becoming parasitical or tyrannical 71:5.2(805;2)
promotion of science and art 71:4.2(804;2)
protection of home 71:4.2(804;2)
race improvement 71:4.2(804;2)
reign of law, not whim of rulers 71:2.7(802;6)
representative g. is divine ideal of self-government 45:7.3(517;5), 52:4.6(595;1), 70:12.1-2(797;9)
right of petition 71:2.10(802;9)
right to rule 71:2.11(802;10)
security of property 71:2.9(802;8)
sex equality 71:8.10(807;6)
should foster science, vanquish disease 71:8.9,11(807;5)
should provide fair, peaceful opportunities to all 70:9.7(794;5)
social welfare programs. See charity: by government
stages to evolution of g.; freedoms required 71:2.4-14(802;3), 71:8.2-15(806;8)
strongest state has common language, mores, and institutions 71:1.1(800;3)
system is of value only if it enhances welfare of individual and mankind 134:5.2(1487;9)
ultimately of, by, and for all mankind 134:5sec(1487;8)
universal suffrage 71:2.12(802;11)
Urmia lectures 134:5-6secs)
avoid control by dictators 70:12.6(798;5)
avoid domination by vicious minorities 70:12.6(798;5)
cannot establish righteousness by laws 152:6.2-4(1705;2), 159:3.2(1765;4), 178:1.12(1931;3)
citizens not born for benefit of state 71:0.2(800;2), 134:5.16(1490;2)
dangers to be avoided 70:12.6(798;5)
g. cannot be run by a debating society 70:5.5(789;3)
idleness and poverty should not be tolerated 71:3.5(803;5)
ignorance, selfishness ensure downfall of any g. 71:3.1(803;1)
no g. can endure without protecting right to property 71:2.9(802;8)
no great social or economic change should be effected suddenly 81:6.40(911;5)
oppressive taxation and regulation interferes with individual liberties 70:12.6(798;5), 134:6.10(1491;4)
secularism sells man into bondage to totalitarianism 195:8.4(2081;4)
separate church and state 70:1.14(784;10), 70:12.6(798;5), 71:8.4(806;10), 72:3.6(811;6), 178:1.9(1930;6)
subnormal man should be kept under society's control 68:6.11(770;8),. See also eugenics; inferiors
why Roman Empire declined 71:1.14(801;2), 195:3.8-9(2074;3)
wise nation knows when to cease growing 81:6.12(908;1)
celestial orders in which their own members participated in own creation eligible for 35:1.3(385;2)
highest type of representative g. 52:4.6(595;1)
sovereignty is characteristic of true state 71:1.15(801;3)
state is territorial social regulative organization 71:1.1(800;3)
status of civilization portrayed by caliber of citizens who accept responsibilities of 71:3.7-9(803;7)
world government
Adam tried to establish, but failed 74:5.5(833;5)
creation 71:8.13(807;9)
national governments trustee sovereignty for international affairs into 134:5.13-15(1489;4), 134:6.8-11(1491;2), 134:6.10(1491;4)
peace cannot prevail until creation of 72:12.5(820;3), 134:5.12(1489;3)
sovereignty of mankind as a whole 134:5.2,5(1487;9)
true democracy under 134:6.11(1491;5)

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