Color & Character: A Contemplation of the Four Divine Qualities
First appearing the 1920 and 1921 issues of The GOLDEN AGE magazine, the series of articles titled COLOR & CHARACTER may be one of the first attempts at a "unified field theory" of Christian Psychology. Moving from a discussion of color, then to sound, music and speech, then to physiognomy and psychology, the author takes us on an unusual journey.
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The Primary Colors February 4 1920
ChromoPhonoGeometric Coordinates April 14 1920
Color and the Compass May 26 1920
Color and Its Maker November 10 1920
Heart Mind Soul Strength December 8 1920
Color and Physiognomy January 19 1921
Color and World Empire March 2 1921
Diagrammatic Summary April 13 1921
A. E. Knoch Abel action Adam and Eve ęsthetic Bass Bible Students Association blue Cain and Abel Cains cardinal character cheerful chromatic scale Concordant Version conduct danger desire diphthong direct discern disposition divine earth Editorial Committee elements emotion Emphatic Diaglott exercise F. H. Robison Faith feeling feminine God’s gray green Hope hues human interest International Bible Students J. F. RUTHERFORD Jehovah’s Jesus justice and power king light MANIFEST IN CONNECTION masculine mental Messiah mezzo-soprano mind moral moral responsibilities Nature Nebuchadnezzar nervous offense one’s Opposed orange Pastor Russell’s perception perfect balance perhaps phlegmatic practical predominates primary colors prophet recognized reference regard Respect righteousness secondary sense sentiment shadows Society’s Soprano splendor symbol temperament Tertiary Colors things thought tints tints and shades tone triphthong violet vivacity vowels warmth Watch Tower Bible Watch Tower Society wisdom and love Wisdom and power written contract yellow and red