• Aaron (air' uhn)

    (1) Brother of Moses, (2) Stone mason whom Jesus healed of withered hand.

  • Abaddon (uh' ba don)

    Chief of staff of the Planetary Prince, Caligastia. He chose to follow Caligastia's lead and join the rebellion at the time of its occurrence approximately 200,000 years ago, and has ever since acted as chief of the Urantia rebels.

  • Abandonter (uh' bon don ter)

    An order of beings residing on Uversa, created by unrevealed agents of the Ancients of Days and the seven Reflective Spirits. They administer the routine affairs on the Uversa headquarters spheres.

  • Abel (ey' buhl)

    First son born to Adam and Eve in the second garden.

  • Abila (ah' buh la)

    One of the Decapolis towns where Jesus taught the apostles and desciples.

  • Abimelech (uh bim' uh lek)

    King of Philistines in Gerar.

  • Abiram (uh bir' uhm)

    Foundation sacrifice buried in walls of Jericho.

  • Abner (ab' ner)

    The chief of John’s apostles.

  • Abraham (ey' bruh ham)

    Convert to Salem teachings [of Melchizedek].

  • Abram (ey' bruhm)

    Name of Abraham prior to his formal acceptance of covenant with Melchizedek.

  • Abridgment (uh brij' muhnt)

    A shortening or reduction.

  • Absalom (ab' suh luhm)

    Son of David.

  • Absoluta (ab suh loo' tah)

    Space potency, a phase of force-energy which is a prereality, considered to be the free space presence of the Unqualified Absolute, and is responsive only to the grasp of the Universal Father.

  • Absolute (ab suh loot')

    The absolute level [of reality] is beginningless, endless, timeless, and spaceless.

  • Absolutes of potentiality (ab suh lootz' uv pur suh nal' i tee)

    The Unqualifed Absolute, the Deity Absolute, and the Universal Absolute.

  • Absolutum (ab suh lew' tum)

    Materialistic composition of Paradise not found elsewhere in the universe of universes.

  • Absonite (ab' son eyet)

    Level of reality between the finite and the absolute which is characterized by things and beings without beginning or ending and by time/space transcendence.

  • Absoniter (ab' son eye ter)

    Eventuated beings existing on the absonite level.

  • Absonitize (ab son' uht eyez)

    To come into existence on the absonite level.

  • Absonity (ab son' uh tee)

    The absonite level of reality.

  • Achaia (uh kah' yuh)

    The Roman province in Greece where Jesus spent time with Ganid, Paul later preached & Luke wrote his Gospel.

  • Acropolis (uh krop' uh lis)

    The Athenean mountain atop which sits the Parthenon and ""under the shadow"" of which Paul proclained the gospel .

  • Actium (ak' tee uhm)

    Greek coastal city near the site of the Ionian Sea battle between the forces of Octavian (later known as Augustos) and the combined forces of Mark Anbthony & Cleopatra.

  • Actual (ak' choo uhl)

    Actual and Potential. Realities existing in fullness of expression in contrast to those which carry undisclosed capacity for growth.

  • Adam (ad' uhm)

    Material Son of God bestowed on Urantia.

  • Pre-Adamic (pree uh dam' ik)

    Civilization before the arrival of an Adam.

  • Adamite (ad' uhm eyetz)

    (1) The Material Sons and Daughters, the Adams and Eves, a reproducing form of Sonship, created by the Creator Son, who function mainly on the system capital (see Jerusem). (2) The progeny of Adam and Eve on Urantia, the violet race.

  • Adamson (ad' uhm son)

    The first-born son of Adam and-Eve on Urantia born approximately 35,900 B.C.

  • Adamsonite (ad' uhm son eyet)

    The descendents of Adamson and Ratta.

  • Aden (ey' dun)

    Convert who offended apostles by teaching in Jesus' name.

  • Adjudicate (uh joo' di keyt)

    Hear and decide a case.

  • Adjuster (uh juhs' ter)

    Pre-personal fragment of the Universal Father that indwells the human mind.

  • Adjuster fusion (uh juhs' ter fyoo' zhuhn)

    A human's eternal union with the Father fragment.

  • Adjutant Mind-Spirits (aj' uh tuh'nt)

    The seven adjutant mind-spirits are the creation of the Divine Minister of a local universe…[They are

  • Sevenfold Adjutant Mind-Spirits (sev' uhn aj' uh tuhnt mahynd spir' itz)

    A group of the Supreme Spirits of origin in any one of the Paradise Deities or otherwise created by any one being of direct or indirect descent from the Paradise Deities.

  • Adonai (ah doh noi')

    Semite name for Deity.

  • Adonia (ah doh' nee ah)

    An Andite city south and east of the Caspian Sea, located near the present city of Ashkhabad, which served as a commercial center beginning in approximately 8,000 B.C.

  • Afghanistan (af gan' uh stan)

    The highlands birthplace of Andon and Fonta.

  • Africa (af' ri kuh)

    The second largest continent.

  • Agaman (ah' ga man)

    One of first ten women evangelists.

  • Agni (uhg' nee)

    Three-headed fire god of the Vedic pantheon.

  • Agondonter (agg on don' ter)

    Ascending will creatures from planets spiritually isolated by rebellion, and who, therefore, have gained valuable experience in the exercise of faith and the development of confidence in cosmic reliability, for they must learn to believe without seeing. Evolutionary will creatures who can believe without seeing, persevere when isolated, and triumph over insuperable difficulties even when alone. This functional grouping of the agondonters persists throughout the ascension of the local universe and the traversal of the superuniverse.

  • Ahab (ey' hab)

    King of Ephraim denounced by Ellah for murder of Naboths.

  • Ahura-Mazda (uh' hoo rah muz' dah)

    Head of Zoroastrian galaxy of seven gods.

  • Reflective Image Aids (ri flek tiv im' ij eydz)

    The spokesmen of the seven Reflective Spirits and through them representatives of the Seven Master Spirits of Paradise.

  • Akkad (ah' kad)

    Mesopotamian city, part of the Kish confederation, at the time of the Sumerians.

  • Alexander (al ig zan' der)

    (1)Military leader of 4th century B.C., (2) Brother of Philo, (3) Son of Simon of Cyrene in the Garden.

  • Alexandria (al ig zan' dree uh)

    Egyptian city, center of Jewish and Greek culture at the time of Jesus, where Jesus' family took refuge from Herod.

  • Allah (al' uh)

    Supreme Deity of Islam.

  • Almighty (awl mahy' tee)

    Typically used to represent the power manifestation of the immediate God of evolutionary creatures who actually time-space evolves concomitantly with them.