|P.2070 - §6 5. Likewise did the next and later generations of Christian leaders make such further compromises with paganism that even the Roman emperor Constantine was won to the new religion.|
|Adoration of Magi|
|Mother and Child|
|Mother and Child + others|
|P.1980 - §7 About this time the portress of the gate
drew Peter to one side and said: "I am sure you are a disciple of this
Jesus, not only because one of his followers bade me let you in the courtyard,
but my sister here has seen you in the temple with this man. Why do you
deny this?" When Peter heard the maid accuse him, he denied all knowledge
of Jesus with much cursing and swearing, again saying,
P.1981 - §0 "I am not this man's follower; I do not even know him; I never heard of him before."
|P.1846 - §2 Though these human observers remained motionless, the vast celestial host was all astir in unified action in obedience to the Creator's word. In just twelve seconds of earth time the hitherto lifeless form of Lazarus began to move and presently sat up on the edge of the stone shelf whereon it had rested. His body was bound about with grave cloths, and his face was covered with a napkin. And as he stood up before them--alive--Jesus said, "Loose him and let him go."|
|Entry into Jerusalem|
P.1883 - §2 But the whole city was mightily stirred up, insomuch that everyone asked, "Who is this man?" And the multitude answered, "This is the prophet of Galilee, Jesus of Nazareth."
|Flagellation of Jesus|
| Lamentation over dead Christ (see below)
|Mary, the mother of Jesus|
|Martyrs and Saints|
P.1352 - §1 At the noontide birth of Jesus the seraphim of Urantia, assembled under their directors, did sing anthems of glory over the Bethlehem manger, but these utterances of praise were not heard by human ears. No shepherds nor any other mortal creatures came to pay homage to the babe of Bethlehem until the day of the arrival of certain priests from Ur, who were sent down from Jerusalem by Zacharias.