Paramony Index

The Paramony: Biblical References for Paper 81 of The Urantia Book

Development of Modern Civilization

Foundation Editions
Page:Line  1
Uversa Editions
Paper:Sec:Ppgh 2
Key Words 3 # 4 Book 5 Ch:Vs 6 Class 7
0900:31-33 081:01.04/04-07 Menial labor Genesis 03:17-19 C
0900:33-35 081:01.04/07-10 Pastoral preferred Genesis 04:02-05 C
0908:40-43 081:06.18/01-07 One language Genesis 11:01-09 C

Key to Column Headings

  •  1Page:Line Refers to page numbering in Urantia Foundation editions of The Urantia Book. Line numbering is as follows:
    • For pages numbered at the top -- The "first" line is the line immediately below the page number.
    • For pages numbered at the bottom -- Every line above the number is counted as a line, including those showing the number and name of the Paper.
  • In all cases, each line containing printing (other than the heading and page number), no matter how short, is counted. Space between lines, no matter how wide, is ignored.

  •  2Paper:Sec:Ppgh Refers to Paper number, number of section within the paper, and number of paragraph within the section. As an additional locator, the portion appearing after the "/" character indicates the line number within the paragraph of the Uversa Press print edition. Thus the identifier 010:00.02/01-11 indicates Paper 10, Section 0, Paragraph 2, lines 1 through 11. Section 0 contains the introductory remarks at the start of each paper.
  •  3Key Words The words or concepts which, in the mind of the author, link the Bible with The Urantia Book.
  •  4# When applicable, indicates volume number for multi-volume Biblical books such as 1 Corinthians.
  •  5Book Name of the book in the King James Version of the Bible.
  •  6Ch:Vs Chapter number, Verse number in the Bible.
  •  7Class Categorization scheme for references in which:
    • S = "Same" -- Both books recite the same incident.
    • R = "Refer" -- One book quotes from, or refers to an incident contained in, the other.
    • C = "Compare" -- One book relates matter which, although not the same as the other, is significant to reinforce, modify or contradict the other.


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