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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • Gospel of St. Luke! Fortunately there are four Gospels, which
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • Gospel of St. Luke! Fortunately there are four Gospels, which
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • Christ Jesus, in the Gospel of St. Matthew and that of St. Luke,
    • stated that in the other Jesus-child, the one described by St. Luke,
    • highly evolved ego as that of Zarathustra. In the Luke-Jesus there
    • Mankind, the Gospel of St. Luke, the Gospel of St.
    • Jesus-child of St. Luke's Gospel. You will remember the lectures at
    • fact that the boy of St. Luke's Gospel spoke a language understood by
    • twelfth year, and the Luke-child also grew up, possessing no
    • and the divine power of sacrifice within him. Thus the Luke-Jesus grew
    • Zarathustra ego, and that in the twelfth year of the Luke-Jesus his
    • Luke's Gospel, that when his parents lost him he stood teaching before
    • the wise men of the Temple. We know further that this Luke-Jesus bore
    • Zarathustra ego then left the body of the Luke-Jesus, and all its
    • when the Luke-Jesus appeared, because Buddha intermingled with the
    • astral body of the Luke-Jesus; Buddha, who had already lived in a
    • Luke-Jesus, Buddha revealed himself, as he had progressed up to the
    • was incarnated in the Luke-Jesus. But it was not then incarnated for
    • Krishna; and then it was incorporated again in the Luke-Jesus. So now
    • appears again to be embodied in the Luke-Jesus. Hence that perfection
    • twelve-year-old Jesus described by St. Luke. He who spoke to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • with each other? It is easy to discover contradictions in the Matthew, Luke
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • with each other? It is easy to discover contradictions in the Matthew, Luke
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • then the three bodies of the Luke Jesus boy were permeated by the
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • then the three bodies of the Luke Jesus boy were permeated by the
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • astral body of the Jesus-Child of St. Luke's Gospel — since he
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Gospel of St. Luke as the Jesus-child. Three times had this Angelic
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Gospel of St. Luke as the Jesus-child. Three times had this Angelic
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Cover Sheet
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    • in relation to the other Gospels especially that of St. Luke
    • especially that of St. Luke
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Contents
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    • in relation to the other Gospels especially that of St. Luke
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture I
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    • the Gospel of St. Luke endeavours to show how something quite especial
    • to say, the writer of St. Luke's Gospel lays special stress on the
    • St. Luke's Gospel? He could say to himself: the genealogy of Jesus of
    • origin. Hence the writer of St. Luke's Gospel feels impelled to say:
    • Nazareth. In short, the writer of St. Luke's Gospel wished to say:
    • see how the Gospel of Christ gradually drew near. As St. Luke said: In
    • the writer of St. Luke's Gospel traces the lineage of Jesus of
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture II
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    • The writer of the Gospel of St. Luke tells us in exemplary words that
    • today I would merely point out how a single sentence in St. Luke
    • the fifty-second verse of the second chapter of St. Luke. To be sure,
    • of St. Luke says of Jesus of Nazareth that he increased in wisdom, we
    • From this description given by St. Luke, the Evangelist evidently knew
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture III
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    • the beginning, is one who speaks thus. In the Gospel of St. Luke we
    • proper understanding what the writer of St. Luke's Gospel says. He
    • and St. Luke, that we can find these truths independently of all
    • comprehensive words of St. John and St. Luke, that we can find these
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VI
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    • St. Luke, we shall see that spiritual love is the very keynote of the
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VIII
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    • Gospels according to Matthew and Luke. They give in addition the
    • Matthew gives a line of ancestors back to Abraham, while Luke gives a
    • came to greet the new born Jesus, while Luke tells of the shepherds'
    • also now understand how the writer of the Gospel according to St. Luke
    • since we know that the writer of the Gospel of St. Luke derived his
    • ‘Flight into Egypt’; the writer of St. Luke sees the whole course of
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture XIII
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    • which the Gospel of St. Luke was best understood. Luke, a disciple of
    • Gospel of St. Luke, the second of the books given for the furtherance
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture XIV
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    • the Gospel of St. Luke, which directed man's attention to the inner
    • Luke; how the truths revealed by Buddha came to light again, in a new
    • form, in the Gospel of St. Luke. Hence we find in that Gospel the
  • Title: Lecture: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • Gospels, especially the Gospel of St. Luke:
  • Title: Lecture: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • Gospels, especially the Gospel of St. Luke:
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • of God is within you.” (Luke 17: 20 – 21) Everything earlier was
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • of God is within you.” (Luke 17: 20 – 21) Everything earlier was
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke.
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke.
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Relevant Works
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Five
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    • the beautiful narrative in the Gospel of St. Luke concerning the
    • The Gospel of St. Luke,
    • the astral body of the Jesus Child of whom we are told in St. Luke's
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Seven
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    • the astral body of the Jesus-Child of St. Luke's Gospel
    • The Gospel of St. Luke
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke]
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Ten
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    • The Gospel of St. John — in its Relation to the Other Three Gospels, particularly to the Gospel of St. Luke,
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: Lecture Two
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke,
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: Lecture Three
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke,
    • Jesus-child, on whose nature the Luke Gospel throws some gleams of
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: Lecture Four
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • lukewarm judgment, for it is part and parcel of the very texture of cosmic
  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • lukewarm judgment, for it is part and parcel of the very texture of cosmic
  • Title: Christ and the Human Soul: Relevant Literature
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    • Lectures on the Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Lecture: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Relevant Literature
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: The Fifth Gospel: Lecture III
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    • Jordan the words which appear in the Gospel of Luke are an
    • son, today I have begotten him.” [Luke, 3, 22] And it
  • Title: The Fifth Gospel: Lecture IV
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    • at the beginning of the Gospel of Luke. [See
    • the Jesus of the Luke Gospel received Zarathustra´s I.
    • We know that the Gospel of Luke describes the moment when
    • Gospels of Luke and of Matthew relate the birth and
    • Luke Jesus. (See the differing genealogies in these
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke 3:22
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke 9:35
  • Title: The Fifth Gospel: Lecture V
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    • given birth to the Luke-Jesus.
  • Title: Lecture: Reading the Pictures of the Apocalypse: Part 2: Lecture Six
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Other Works by Rudolf Steiner
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    • THE GOSPEL OF ST. LUKE
  • Title: Deeper Secrets: Appendix II
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    • Matthew and St. Luke, by revealing that they each refer to a separate
    • The Gospel of St. Luke,
  • Title: Deeper Secrets: Contents
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    • John: transcendental Ideas. The Gospel of St. Luke:
  • Title: Deeper Secrets: Lecture I
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    • have already been given on the Gospels of St. John and of St. Luke.
    • presented in the lectures on the Gospel of St. Luke. If our studies
    • the lectures on the Gospel of St. Luke — provided they have been
    • of St. John and St. Luke will be able to gather some idea of what in
    • understood from our studies of the Gospels of St. John and St. Luke? We
    • the Gospel of St. Luke we find that which speaks at every moment to
    • each individual human heart. The significance of St. Luke's Gospel is
    • of St. Luke is to be found in portrayals of the Mithras bull being driven
    • basis of feeling for study of the Gospel of St. Luke. Those who know
    • the qualities of love described in the Gospel of St. Luke. This Gospel,
    • St. Luke, however, the keynote of the picture is the warmth-bringing
    • St. Luke we speak of the warmth of the Love streaming from Christ;
    • of His self-giving Love by letting the warmth streaming from St. Luke's
    • we can glimpse Christ's Thinking, and in St. Luke's Gospel
    • had been studied in addition to the Gospels of St. John and St. Luke,
    • comprehensible to us through St. Luke's Gospel; and the ‘Sentient
    • understanding of the Thoughts of this Being, the Gospel of St. Luke our
    • Gospels of St. John and St. Luke are relatively simple in comparison with
    • Luke and St. Mark some conception of the Thinking, Feeling and Willing of
    • in St. Luke's Gospel a Being Who is the embodiment of self-giving Love,
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  • Title: Deeper Secrets: Lecture II
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    • In the Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • writer of Saint Luke's Gospel described, on the basis of his
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Three: The Lord of the Soul
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    • have dealt with the gospels of John, Luke, and Matthew.
    • highest world principle. In Saint Luke's Gospel, on the other hand,
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • According to Luke: The Gospel of Compassion and Love Revealed,
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • According to Luke: The Gospel of Compassion and Love Revealed,
  • Title: Inner Realities: Related Works
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Inner Realities: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • this very way the writers of the Gospel of Matthew, Mark and Luke
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • Gospel of Matthew, Mark and Luke convinced themselves of the
  • Title: Gospel of Mark: Lecture 2
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    • course on St. Luke's Gospel the whole magnificent figure of
  • Title: Gospel of Mark: Lecture 8
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    • Moses. We know from our studies on the Luke Gospel that in
  • Title: Influences of Lucifer/Ahriman: Lecture One
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    • St. Luke alone or that of St. John alone is an illusory conception
  • Title: Lucifer and Ahriman: Lecture I
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    • the Gospel of St. Luke alone or that of St. John alone, is an
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Easter Course: Lecture IV
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    • theologian; Mark, the jurist; Luke, the physician; and John,
    • been understood, because the Luke Gospel has not yet been
    • which the Luke Gospel can give to medicine has still to be
    • them to work upon us. A document like the Luke Gospel
    • Luke faculty” among them, but no trace of it
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Other Works
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture VI
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    • good antidote is immediately to swallow lukewarm water into which an
    • into lukewarm water and this surrounds the poison in the stomach. All
    • when a baby is drinking the lukewarm mother's milk, one of the
    • the lead. Therefore lukewarm milk can also be given in a case of
    • — or lukewarm milk which has come from the cow and has life; or
    • water, lukewarm milk and the like — the physical body is driven
  • Title: Gospel of John: Cover Sheet
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    • Particularly to the Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Johannine Christians.
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    • the writer of the Luke Gospel endeavoring to show that something quite
    • to Adam — even to God Himself. Note well that the Luke Gospel
    • of the Luke Gospel considers it of special importance that a direct
    • a man like, for instance, the author of the Luke Gospel? He reasoned
    • of the Luke Gospel feels constrained to say, Behold Him Who was baptized
    • divine principle. What the author of the Luke Gospel meant was this:
    • of Christ, as indicated by the writer of the Luke Gospel when he says,
    • man descended, and to which the writer of the Luke Gospel traces the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Living Spiritual History.
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    • the Gospel of St. Luke even says, somewhat paradigmatically, that Jesus
    • merely point out that the author of the Luke Gospel told us in a single
    • only understand the Gospel aright. Take the second Chapter of Luke,
    • if such a man as the writer of the Luke Gospel had related of Jesus
    • delineation given by St. Luke. Clearly, he knew that he who was to receive
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Metamorphoses of the Earth.
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    • the beginning; and in the Luke Gospel we find what is basically the
    • the Luke Gospel says: his purpose is to report events as they occurred
    • words of the John Gospel and in the words of the Luke Gospel, we learn
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The Atlantean Oracles.
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    • idea by means of the John and the Luke Gospels we find spiritual love
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: The Initiation Mysteries.
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    • and St. Luke. In a certain respect these trace the earlier history as
    • Luke traces the line of descent back to Adam, and from Adam to Adam's
    • a star, come to do homage at the birth of Jesus; while Luke relates
    • too, how the writer of the Luke Gospel had arrived at his unusual representation.
    • of initiation. Let us consider the author of the Luke Gospel in the
    • writer of the Luke Gospel we are dealing with a man who was specifically
    • — the Luke Gospel does not mention the journey to Egypt; but typical
    • whereas the writer of the Luke Gospel sees all the events he describes
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XIII: The Cosmic Significance of the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • the time in which the Gospel of St. Luke was the one best understood.
    • Luke, a disciple of Paul, was one of those who gave Paul's own gospel
    • das arme Leben Kristi as mirroring the account in the Luke
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XIV: The Earth as Christ's Body and as a New Light Center.
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    • this was the Gospel of St. Luke. But we have also said that six hundred
    • you will find set forth how in the Luke Gospel,
    • why we encounter in the Luke Gospel what was already contained in the
  • Title: Materialism/Anthroposophy: Lecture VI
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    • [it, and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke 22:19].
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    • Luke, A.D. 50–55;
    • Luke, A.D. 70–80;
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    • There was a certain creditor which had two debtors: the one owed five hundred pence, and the other fifty.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VII, 41).
    • Gospel of St. Luke.
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke IV, 17-18.)
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke IV, 23-27.)
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke IV, 28-30.)
    • essential difference between the Luke Gospel and the other
    • Gospel of St. Luke
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    • Give to every man that asketh of thee; and of him that taketh away thy goods ask them not again.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeGospel of St. Luke)
    • And unto him that smiteth thee on the one cheek offer also the other; and him that taketh away thy cloak forbid not to take thy coat also.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeGospel of St. Luke
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    • them suffered them not to speak: for they knew that he was Christ.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke IV, 41).
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    • inconsistencies. Matthew and Luke disagree on the genealogy
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XXII, 42-47,
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture VI: Brief Reflections on the Publication of the New Edition of 'The Philosophy of Freedom'
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    • lukewarm. It found limited support in the circles associated
  • Title: Gospel of John (Basle): Lecture I
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    • The Gospel of Matthew, Mark and Luke give us an historical
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    • (If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke 14:26).
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    • accordance with descriptions of the event given by Luke; and
    • previously given on the Gospels of John and Luke. In seeking
    • Luke; what filled your soul then was something quite
    • it as with a breath of magic; in the the Gospel of Luke we
    • Christ Jesus in its spiritual grandeur. Luke shows us this
    • influence of the Gospel of Luke work in us; and it is the
    • John. John speaks more to our understanding, Luke to our
    • lectures on the Gospels of John and that of Luke. These must
    • of Luke, it is as if all that ever existed in the evolution
    • Jesus; the Gospel of Luke, the power of His love;
    • which breathes from Luke fills the soul with inward warmth,
    • different Gospels. The Gospel of Luke tells how the highest
    • points to the eternal quality of the Logos, Luke to the
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture II
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    • lectures on St. Luke, in order to understand the events in
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    • Luke. The Mystery of Gautama Buddha, as given exoterically in
    • of St. Luke in that he united himself with the etheric body
    • Luke-Gospel and nothing to do with the Jesus of the
    • Whom the Gospels of Matthew and Luke speak; but we have also
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture V
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    • Luke, or any other Gospel; he lived a hundred years before
    • Gospel of Luke we explained what the next task of this Buddha
    • Jesus of the Gospel of Luke was born — the Nathan Jesus
    • of whom Luke tells, and who is not to be confused with the
    • by Luke. From the sixth century
    • Luke relates. For the early years this was another
    • physical and etheric organism, the Luke Jesus received the
    • of Luke, for whom special preparation had also to be made,
    • the Gospel of Luke wished to describe the spiritual forces
    • Gospel of Luke. Because this Gospel tells of the personality
    • Luke-Jesus. These seventy-seven different human stages can be
    • counted in the Gospel of Luke.
    • seven. In the Gospel of Luke, because it describes the
    • Gospels. These Gospels of Luke and Matthew reveal the secrets
    • found in the Gospel of Luke; and why, in an age when the
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture VI
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    • given in the Gospel of Luke, shows how the view of the writer
    • the personality known as the Nathan Jesus of the Luke Gospel.
    • into a physical earthly incarnation. In the Gospel of Luke we
    • influences, the Gospel of Luke traces back the lineage of the
    • the Gospel of Luke.
    • matter for surprise that in Luke only seventy-seven
    • the names given by Luke to the generations previous to
    • names are used in the Gospel of Luke. For Luke wishes to
    • Thus in Luke
    • Gospel of Luke describes the divine spiritual being who had
    • Gospel of Luke. In the cycle of lectures on the Gospel of
    • Luke the story of the twelve-year-old Jesus in the temple is
    • passed over into that of the Jesus of the Gospel of Luke,
    • Gospel of Luke — the story of the twelve-year-old Jesus
    • spoken of in the Gospel of Luke is the Jesus of the Nathan
    • sense in the child Jesus of the Gospel of Luke from the
    • the inner force of the Luke Jesus, which had its origin
    • Luke did not only note an exceptional change in him, but
    • The Jesus of the Gospel of Luke was not wise; he was to a
    • explained in the lectures on the Gospel of Luke, it may
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  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture VII
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    • of lectures on the Gospel of St. Luke, is necessary to this
    • earlier cycle on the Gospel of St. Luke I drew your attention
    • Luke. How was this?
    • the Gospel of Luke, who was descended from the Nathan branch
    • Gospel of Luke when Jesus was missing during the festival,
    • in the Jesus of whom St. Luke tells, until his thirtieth
    • Jesus of the Gospel of Luke. Thus Zarathustra evolved within
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture XII
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    • Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, as such an appearance. At the
    • Matthew and Luke speak of the man who evolved towards this
    • being we read of in the Gospel of Luke, where the writer of
    • into the Nathan Jesus of the Gospel of Luke. In this body he
    • the Gospel of Luke tells. From this point, the writer of the
    • whom we read in the Gospel of Luke, and follows the life of
    • produce such a man. On the other hand the Gospel of Luke
    • the Gospels of Matthew and of Luke, undertook to relate the
    • physical and etheric bodies, Luke in respect of the
    • writer of the Gospel of Luke keeps his eyes fixed on
    • the Gospel of Luke also directs his attention at the
    • astral body as the writer of the Gospel of Luke directs our
    • elemental activity of which he tells. Luke, in
    • relationship with other men appears in the etheric body. Luke
    • Gospel, that to it was then added those of Matthew and Luke,
    • Matthew, and of Luke, to insert these words. They specially
    • Luke tells us he is to be found, where his light streamed
    • the Gospel of Luke. Here the Buddha is to be found, and here
    • of Luke. So it always is. The confessors of a faith hold fast
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Berlin, 1-26-12
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    • lukewarm water was being poured over one.
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    • taught the Jesus of the Luke Gospel, had two rules that can show us
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • given according to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, we have so
    • — Matthew, Mark and Luke — in contrast to that of
    • the very first words of the Gospel of St. Luke: —
    • have received this from his Greek culture and that St. Luke,
    • characterized, because in the Gospel of St. Luke the Logos is
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • to St. Luke. For it would show an extraordinary absence of
    • Gospel of St. Luke it is pointed out that the father of Jesus
    • presented in the Gospel of St. Luke; that we are told that
    • are traced back from son to father in the Gospel of St. Luke,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • view than Luke. The important thing for Luke was not alone to
    • to a physical state. Both Matthew and Luke wished to show
    • ancient God exists in Jesus of Nazareth. Luke especially
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture III
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    • have fallen away, who are lukewarm, “neither cold nor
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    • representing the seventh age, that is lukewarm, neither hot
    • who were lukewarm, neither warm nor cold, will pass into the
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    • that which follows it will be what is lukewarm, neither warm
    • followed. These were, so to speak the lukewarm races. They
    • culture will be characterized by the lukewarm. This seventh
    • other hand the great mass of all those who are lukewarm, the
    • remains of those who are now becoming lukewarm (Laodicea).
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    • the aspect which is most uniquely set forth in St. Luke's
    • with which the Christ Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel meets us, thus
    • mankind through the Child of St. Luke's Gospel, which is not
    • spiritual kings, magic kings. The Child of St. Luke's Gospel
    • evolution, this Child of St. Luke's Gospel, in such a way that
    • from this Gospel of St. Luke for all those who, again and
    • — scenes which were especially called forth by St. Luke's
    • inspired by St. Luke's Gospel, show us Jesus as a Being with
    • which worked on through the Luke-Jesus-Child, the simplest man
    • way as this Gospel of St. Luke, with its sublime and happy
    • the Jesus-Child is placed before us in St. Luke's Gospel, so do
    • expressed by St. Luke's Gospel. If one approached this
    • as the Jesus-Being in St. Luke's Gospel. Can we approach it
    • meets us in St. Luke's Gospel just in this way, that — be
    • the Child Jesus, as St. Luke's Gospel describes it —
    • can feel so deeply when we let the contents of St. Luke's
    • forget this, in which we may remember what St. Luke's Gospel
    • St. Luke's Gospel that comes before our souls at Christmas, but
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    • the aspect which is most uniquely set forth in St. Luke's
    • with which the Christ Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel meets us, thus
    • mankind through the Child of St. Luke's Gospel, which is not
    • spiritual kings, magic kings. The Child of St. Luke's Gospel
    • evolution, this Child of St. Luke's Gospel, in such a way that
    • from this Gospel of St. Luke for all those who, again and
    • — scenes which were especially called forth by St. Luke's
    • inspired by St. Luke's Gospel, show us Jesus as a Being with
    • which worked on through the Luke-Jesus-Child, the simplest man
    • way as this Gospel of St. Luke, with its sublime and happy
    • the Jesus-Child is placed before us in St. Luke's Gospel, so do
    • expressed by St. Luke's Gospel. If one approached this
    • as the Jesus-Being in St. Luke's Gospel. Can we approach it
    • meets us in St. Luke's Gospel just in this way, that — be
    • the Child Jesus, as St. Luke's Gospel describes it —
    • can feel so deeply when we let the contents of St. Luke's
    • forget this, in which we may remember what St. Luke's Gospel
    • St. Luke's Gospel that comes before our souls at Christmas, but
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • “Gospel of St. Luke,”
    • St. Luke's Gospel. Our narrative begins, then, from that year
    • in the life of Jesus of Nazareth when the Jesus of St. Luke's
    • child of St. Luke's Gospel was lost and when he was found he
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    • once given birth to the Jesus child of St. Luke's Gospel.
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
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    • Gospel according to Matthew, to Mark, to Luke and to John,
    • of Luke and find two different genealogies of Jesus of
    • Joseph, they find in Matthew the name Solomon, in Luke the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • child is mentioned in St. Matthew's Gospel, the other in St. Luke's.
    • two Gospels. Now this very Jesus Child of St. Luke's Gospel is an
    • the Krishna impulse signifies incarnated in the body of the Luke
    • hard work and special striving, passed over into the body of the Luke
    • wonderful mystery. We see how into the body of the Luke Jesus child
    • of the Luke Gospel. In this child are the innermost forces of
    • being, the Luke Jesus child, and as the child grows up it remains
    • found. Someone might ask, in view of the lectures about St. Luke's
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    • in St. Luke's Gospel. Thus, fundamentally, this child embodied the
    • withdrawn from Lucifer; came in Krishna and later in the Luke Jesus
    • the St. Luke Jesus child Himself the Christ Impulse lived for three
    • received by the Luke Jesus child mankind was in the midst of this
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • with a world of feeling engendered by the Gospel of St. Luke, by those
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    • water just warm enough for you to feel it lukewarm. Put both your
    • into the lukewarm water. You will find the lukewarm water seeming
    • lukewarmness on either side. What is it then? It is your own warmth
    • into the lukewarm water you perceive the state-of-warmth of your
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • of the Luke Jesus Child the Buddha sent down from the spiritual world
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    • The Luke Gospel opens for us an insight into the secrets, which hover
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • The Jesus of the Gospel of St. Luke — not the Jesus described in the
    • the soul of the Jesus Child described in the Gospel of St. Luke. This
    • the Gospel of St. Luke.
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    • Hence the origin of the account in St. Luke's Gospel of the appearance
    • find it again in the descriptions given in the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • will know, then, why it is recounted in the Gospel of St. Luke:
    • cult flourished, are also described in the Gospel of St. Luke. I can
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    • St. Luke leads back to the earth's beginning.
    • of the Jesus whose birth is described in the Gospel of St. Luke. It is
    • of the Gospel of St. Luke directly after his birth.
    • Lecture-Courses on the Gospel of St. Luke and the Gospel
    • St. Matthew and the Gospel of St. Luke.
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    • which may be taken as a continuation of the lectures on St. Luke's and
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  • Title: Life Between ... XI: The Mission of Earthly Life as a Transitional Stage for the Beyond
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    • being of Buddha streamed into the astral body of the Luke Jesus
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • reminds us again of the beginning of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
    • an awakening from the dead in the Gospel of Luke. And if we wish to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • Akashic record. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke must be
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • Matthew and the Luke Gospels derives from the fact that the writer of
    • Jesus-child described by Luke we have the Buddha forces at work. And
    • Nathan-child, described in the Luke Gospel, really had no Ego; as
    • all in the Luke Jesus-child.
    • Jesus-child of the Luke Gospel we have to do with a physical, an
    • contrast, the Luke Jesus-child revealed in a high degree the
    • significance in the case of the Luke Jesus-child.
    • when this Luke Jesus-child was born, he was provided with everything
    • individuality of Zarathustra in the Luke Jesus-child.
    • Now in the Luke
    • Luke Gospel, after the description of the scene with the
    • man’. (Luke II:52). In truth this passage stands as follows
    • individuality, by the Luciferic and Ahrimanic forces. The Luke Gospel
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    • two different Jesus children spoken of by St. Luke and St. Matthew
    • The Gospel of St. Luke
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • the other three Gospels, especially to the Gospel of St. Luke.
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Cover Sheet
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
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    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • GOSPEL OF ST. LUKE
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  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Contents
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • Luke: an Expression of the Principle of Love and Compassion. The
    • Buddhistic Conceptions into the Gospel of St. Luke. The Teaching of Buddha.
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Synopsis
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • pictures derived from the world of Imagination. The Gospel of St. Luke is
    • of the childhood of Jesus in the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke.
    • Gospel of St. Luke: a book for the multitude, for simple hearts and
    • to a greater extent in the Gospel of St. Luke than in any other
    • (King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke II, 14)
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke II, 25–32.)
    • the Gospel of St. Luke but in an even higher form. Compassion and
    • St. Luke. Christ Jesus depicted as the Physician of body and soul.
    • in the Gospel of St. Luke. Joseph, the father, is therefore given a
    • the Solomon (or kingly) line. The child Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel
    • (Gospel of St. Luke) and John the Baptist were born after the
    • ‘possession’ in the Gospel of St. Luke. Etheric body: defects
    • healings described in the Gospel of St. Luke are evidences of the mastery
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XVI, 1–16.)
    • (Luke VII, 24–8.)
    • Infinite Love described in the Gospel of St. Luke. The truths of
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture One
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • any way by study of the other three Gospels of St. Luke, St. Matthew
    • of St. Luke?
    • learnt from the Gospel of St. Luke and not from that of St. John. The
    • the Gospel of St. Luke viewed in the light of Anthroposophy.
    • be gained from the Gospel of St. Luke even if the depths of the
    • St. Luke. In a short but remarkable preface it is said, in effect,
    • had to say. In the sense of St. Luke's Gospel,
    • — and the writer of St. Luke's Gospel uses their
    • St. Luke is founded upon the communications of seers, themselves
    • the other three, especially that of St. Luke — according to
    • of the other Gospels, including that of St. Luke. It is not the
    • pictures delineated by the writer of the Gospel of St. Luke that are
    • Luke; and this course of lectures will show how the Imaginative
    • Luke. Then the spiritual investigator recognizes that at that time
    • writers of the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke, and external,
    • to the fact that if we compare the Gospels of St. Luke and St.
    • other that it was made to Joseph. From the Gospel of St. Luke we
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  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Two
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • Gospel of St. Luke: an Expression of the Principle of Love and
    • humanity to the Gospel of St. Luke — an attitude altogether in
    • mystics, the Gospel of St. Luke was always a devotional book for
    • Gospel of St. Luke has been a book of devotion throughout the
    • Gospel of St. Luke and understood its message.
    • St. Luke's Gospel that no nature is too immature to be aware of the
    • drawn to the Gospel of St. Luke. And as regards pictorial
    • precisely in the Gospel of St. Luke. The portrayals of the deep
    • Nazareth in the Gospel of St. Luke? The reason will become clear as
    • in the Gospel of St. Luke describes how an Angel appeared to the
    • yesterday that in the Gospel of St. Luke we have the fruits of
    • The account given at the beginning of St. Luke's Gospel cannot be
    • Gospel of St. Luke, unless we follow evolution backwards from the
    • heights who made the proclamation recorded in the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • personality who, in the Gospel of St. Luke, is referred to as Simeon
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke II, 25–32).
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Three
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • Influx of Buddhistic Conceptions into the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • Gospel of St. Luke will, to begin with, only be able to feel dimly
    • St. Luke. It may truly be said that Buddhism radiates from this
    • spiritual substance is contained in the Gospel of St. Luke in a form
    • get to the root of the mystery underlying the Gospel of St. Luke. Not
    • from the Gospel of St. Luke there streams to us something that is
    • Gospel of St. Luke is to unfold love that acts. The true Buddhist
    • Luke comes the call to take active steps to do whatever is possible
    • that stirs the human soul; the Gospel of St. Luke calls upon us to
    • writer of the Gospel of St. Luke. It was eminently possible for him
    • to us in the Gospel of St. Luke as though rejuvenated, as though born
    • of the Gospel of St. Luke has indicated in the remarkable scene when
    • Luke contains Buddhism in a new form, as though springing from a
    • the writer of the Gospel of St. Luke has woven into the text of his
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Four
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • the Gospels — particularly that of St. Luke — will become
    • St. Luke, the proclamation was made to the shepherds. Buddhist
    • Luke a child who brought with him youthful forces of a very special
    • of St. Luke. Who was this Being?
    • And St. Luke, the writer of the Gospel — who was a pupil of St. Paul
    • significance is contained in the genealogical chapter of St. Luke's
    • What is actually described to us in the Gospel of St. Luke when it
    • St. Luke, was the ‘Son of God’. St. Luke was not speaking of the
    • Lemurian age, a child to whom he (St. Luke) could point as the
    • from Nazareth to Bethlehem as St. Luke relates — ‘to be
    • part in that of St. Luke. Both accounts must be taken literally, for
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Five
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • related in the Gospel of St. Luke. Joseph and Mary of the Solomon
    • on the one hand (as described in the Gospel of St. Luke), and on the
    • of the Gospel of St. Luke and John the Baptist were both born too
    • related in the Gospels of St. Luke and St. Matthew did not take place
    • Luke.
    • related by St. Matthew. St. Luke relates only that the parents of the
    • the Jesus of the Gospel of St. Luke was announced to the mother.
    • wisdom is expressed in the Gospel of St. Luke. For such an
    • of the Jesus-child of the Gospel of St. Luke descended, save that upon
    • was withheld from the Jesus of the Gospel of St. Luke was bestowed
    • the Gospel of St. Luke and the Ego-being in John the Baptist were
    • Luke, the mother of Jesus went to the mother of John the Baptist when
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost:1:42 And she spake out with a loud voice, and said, Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.1:43 And whence is this to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?1:44 For, lo, as soon as the voice of thy salutation sounded in mine ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke I, 39–44).
    • (King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke II, 40).
    • was usual. We now find in the Gospel of St. Luke the mysterious
    • have no other view. St. Luke relates it and we must take his words
    • (3:22 And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him, and a voice came from heaven, which said, Thou art my beloved Son; in thee I am well pleased.3:23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke III, 21–23)
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
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    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • St. Luke if during our preparatory study the beings and
    • Luke.
    • the beginning of the Gospel of St. Luke. We know that in the etheric
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke III, 7–12).
    • St. Luke speaks so impressively. Only by endeavouring to understand
    • St. Luke tells us in his introduction that he will recount information
    • perceptible only in the spiritual world. St. Luke says, however, that
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Seven
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • most important figures in the Gospel of St. Luke. Although
    • is afterwards described in the Gospel of St. Luke, was born — or
    • (King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke III, 22.)
    • Word’. And the writer of the Gospel of St. Luke recorded what the
    • The Gospel of St. John in relation to the other Gospels, especially to the Gospel of St. Luke.
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Eight
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
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    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • St. Luke. Only through knowledge of happenings in the evolution of
    • the writer of St. Luke's Gospel tells us about the personality and
    • Luke tells us of the deeds of Christ Jesus on the Earth in such a way
    • of later times. But if we are to understand the Gospel of St. Luke,
    • Christ Jesus as related in the Gospel of St. Luke?
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke, VIII, 5–8.)   
    • the end of the Earth period. The Gospel of St. Luke records this in
    • the Gospel of St. Luke. It is the condition that sets in when a man
    • illness manifesting as ‘possession’. The Gospel of St. Luke
    • these are described in the passage in St. Luke's Gospel telling of
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke V, 17–26).
    • most completely. In the Gospel of St. Luke, however, we are also to
    • St. Luke's Gospel it is the finer, more delicate influences that are
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VIII, 40–44.)   
    • Gospel of St. Luke.
    • St. Luke, who gives special prominence in these parts of the Gospel
    • St. Luke has set before us this great Ideal of evolution: ‘Look
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Nine
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
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    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • of St. Luke cannot be understood unless the evolution of humanity is
    • necessary for elucidation of the Gospel of St. Luke it will be well
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XII, 54–57).
    • words recorded in the Gospel of St. Luke concerning the ‘signs of the
    • Jesus as related in the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XVI, 1–13.)
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XVI, 11–13.)
    • what is related in the Gospel of St. Luke. For with the parable that
    • necessary in order that the Gospel of St. Luke may be properly
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke II, 13–14.)
    • soul to overflowing is called in the Gospel of St. Luke, and in the
    • words, and indeed the Gospel of St. Luke as a whole speaks to the
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VI, 33–34.)
    • warmth in the Gospel of St. Luke are those which tell of this
    • passages about love contained in the Gospel of St. Luke:
    • one upon which part of the Gospel of St. Luke is based, has been
    • profundities of the Gospel of St. Luke. This Gospel does not speak to
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  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Ten
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke
    • In these lectures on the Luke Gospel, Steiner provides the solution to
    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
    • St. Luke to the culminating point indicated by spiritual
    • made this event possible. The writer of the Gospel of St. Luke gives
    • of the Gospel of St. Luke. It is indeed there, only we must realize
    • this we must study the Gospel of St. Luke and interpret it rightly.
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VI, 20–23.)   
    • purpose is faithfully described by the writer of the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • mysterious process the writer of St. Luke's Gospel has also included
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VII, 11–17.)
    • clearly enough (according to the Gospel of St. Luke too) that an
    • the real sense. This is indicated by Christ in the Gospel of St. Luke
    • King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VII, 18–35.)
    • (For I say unto you, Among those that are born of women there is not a greater prophet than John the Baptist: but he that is least in the kingdom of God is greater than he.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke VII, 28):
    • (This is an evil generation: they seek a sign; and there shall no sign be given it, but the sign of Jonas the prophet.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XI, 29.)
    • (See The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation, and condemn them: for she came from the utmost parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, behold, a greater than Solomon is here.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke XI, 31.)
    • Gospel of St. Luke, Christ's teaching is imbued with the new element
    • St. Luke where Christ is speaking of a higher revelation, is as
    • (But I tell you of a truth, there be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the kingdom of God.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'LukeLuke IX, 27.)
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  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Relevant Literature
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    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Works of Steiner
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    • genealogy and childhood of Jesus in Matthew and Luke when he unveils for
  • Title: Background/Mark: Introduction
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    • the Gospels of St. John, St. Luke and St. Matthew and are to be regarded
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture One: On the Investigation and Communication of Spiritual Truths
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    • Gospels of St. John and St. Luke. And I indicated that at
    • Mark, Luke and John. If this is done we shall come
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Two: Higher Knowledge and Man's Life of Soul
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    • St. Luke and St. John and later on shall try to do with that
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Five: The Two Main Streams of Post-Atlantean Civilisation
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    • accounts of the Evangelists St. Matthew and St. Luke are
    • St. Luke describe with wonderful clarity a story of
    • St. Matthew and St. Luke describe the path taken by the
    • spiritual Beings. St. Luke was initiated into the other
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eight: Laws of Rhythm in the Domain of Soul-and-Spirit.
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    • the Jordan. From St. Luke's Gospel we get a different
    • divine-spiritual Beings. Thus St. Luke's Gospel takes
    • Then we studied the Gospel of St. Luke, in order to
    • in the Gospel of St. Luke, which reveals the whole origin of
    • and the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel who leads back to
    • the Buddha and Buddhism. St. Luke's Gospel gives a
    • the light of St. Luke's Gospel, he recognises physical
    • own. The Gospel of St. Luke will be especially important for
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • studies of St. Luke's Gospel, whose influence streamed
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eleven: Kyrios, The Lord of the Soul
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    • St. Luke unveils the mysteries connected with the personality
    • Gospel of St. Luke,
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Luke and St. John, and here in
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    • Gospels of St. Matthew, St. Mark and St. Luke. Occultists
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    • The Gospel of St. Luke (Basle, 1909)
  • Title: Esoteric Lesson: Muenchen, 12-5-1907
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    • can feel as if one were in a lukewarm bath, entirely embedded in divine
  • Title: Esoteric Lesson: Muenchen, 12-7-1909
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    • being happened for the first time when the Luke Jesus was born. This
  • Title: Fifth Gospel, Part 2: Lecture I
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    • In lecture cycles about the Gospels of Luke
    • Matthew and Luke. They will note immediately that the
    • in Luke there are shepherds and “no room at the
    • Luke, only in Matthew, whose parents had more to fear, living
    • the Jesus according to Luke. The Jesus described by Matthew
    • His character is well reflected in the Gospel of Luke. He
  • Title: Dear Children: Lecture I: Address at the Christmas Assembly
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    • — Matthew, Mark, Luke and John — thou canst then hope it
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    • While the evangelists, Matthew and Luke preferably, tell us how the
    • Matthew and Luke give us in a wonderfully clear manner a different
    • the Gospels of Matthew and Luke describe the path the Christ
    • ministration of spiritual Beings. Luke was initiated in another way.
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    • Gospel of Luke takes us back to a time when man can no longer be
    • followed by the study of the Gospel of Luke, in order to show how the
    • inner nature of the Gospel of Luke is of great value, for it is the
    • the Jesus of the Gospel of Luke leads us back to Buddha and Buddhism.
    • For in our studies of the Gospel of Luke we realise that Jesus of
    • but it will only become concrete when, through the Gospel of Luke, we
    • Gospel of Luke is important, and we must prepare ourselves for it,
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I - Lecture IV: Theosophy and Christianity
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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
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    • described in the Gospel of St. Luke? ‘Glory in the heights and on the
  • Title: Mission/Rosenkreutz: Lecture VII. The Mission of Gautama Buddha on Mars
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  • Title: Et Incarnatus Est
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Notes
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    • of St. Luke, 3rd ed, (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1988).
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture V: Bible and Wisdom II
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    • Luke and Matthew differently give the ancestors; also, the
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  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVIII: Parzival and Lohengrin
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Contents
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  • Title: The Apocalypse: Lecture VI
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  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Introductory Notes
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    • Luke's Gospel. Secrets of number in the stages of the
    • depicted in the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke.
    • Luke's Gospel the lineage of the Nathan Jesus is traced
    • St. Luke's Gospel: the 77 names in the genealogical table
    • Lecture-Course on the Gospel of St. Luke.) All four
    • living God’, but only St. Matthew and St. Luke of
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    • based on the account given by St. Luke; and now, on the
    • Luke. In trying to fathom the mighty communications given
    • St. Luke's Gospel we found that the manner of its
    • Gospel of St. Luke the influence is more inward, causing
    • Luke shows us His immeasurable capacity for sacrifice.
    • St. Luke gives us an inkling of what this power of
    • steep ourselves in the Gospel of St. Luke, it is the
    • cognition, our understanding, the Gospel of St. Luke more
    • John or in those on the Gospel of St. Luke, certainly did
    • of St. Luke makes us feel as if all the human love that
    • wisdom of Christ Jesus; the Gospel of St. Luke,
    • directions of space. While the Gospel of St. Luke brings
    • Gospel of St. Luke leads back to the very beginning of
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    • Lecture Cycle The Gospel of St. Luke,
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    • as the etheric body. In the lectures on St. Luke's Gospel
    • Luke's Gospel was born (he is not the same as the Jesus
    • personality of whom the Gospel of St. Luke tells and whom
    • etheric bodies, Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel was to receive
    • the Christ, it was natural that the Gospel of St. Luke
    • Because the Gospel of St. Luke is describing that other
    • Luke's Gospel as those through which the Divine Power
    • Luke the number II times 7 must necessarily appear,
    • indicated in the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke.
    • St. Luke enumerates a line of generations and why, in an
    • and from Adam down to the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel
  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 6
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    • influences, the Gospel of St. Luke traces back the
    • and particularly that of the Gospel of St. Luke. Thus we
    • hereditary are enumerated in the Gospel of St. Luke. In
    • predecessors given in the Gospel of St. Luke, however, do
    • in St. Luke's Gospel. The intention of the writer is to
    • first descended into earthly incarnation. In St. Luke's
    • in St. Luke's Gospel extend over very long periods,
    • the Gospel of St. Luke describes the Divine-Spiritual
    • the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel, we will now speak in
    • over into the Jesus of the Gospel of St. Luke. From the
    • passed into the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel in whom the
    • presented to us in the Gospel of St. Luke, in the passage
    • House of David. And St. Luke's Gospel tells of the other
    • of the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel; directly after his
    • nature of the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel and deriving
    • Luke's Gospel was not ‘wise’; he was capable
    • about the Gospel of St. Luke I referred to the fact that
    • Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel was profound beyond all
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  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 7
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    • Matthew and St. Luke. — In what sense is this
    • in the Gospel of St. Luke, who had descended from the
    • St. Luke, when, after having been lost during the Feast,
    • on in the Jesus of St. Luke's Gospel until his thirtieth
    • of St. Luke's Gospel.
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    • Luke, and John. At the moment of the Baptism by John this
    • St. Matthew and St. Luke tell of the man who
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    • the Matthew Gospel and the Jesus of the Luke Gospel
    • and continued to live in the Nathan Jesus of the Luke
    • the body of the Luke-Jesus. The writer of the Matthew
    • the Luke-Jesus, and follower the life of Zarathustra (in
    • other side, the Gospel of Luke shows how the best and
    • writers of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, were at pains
    • Luke with the astral body and Ego-bearer. Mark, on the
    • the Luke Gospel. The writer of the Matthew Gospel must
    • astral body and Ego-bearing principle in the Luke Jesus
    • of the Luke Gospel, as would be expected, has
    • of these qualities. Thus the eyes of Luke are directed
    • of the Luke Gospel also directs his attention at the
    • to which the writer of the Luke Gospel has been pointing
    • astral body, that Luke directs his gaze at the end. Hence
    • wrought by the Sun Aura. And the Luke Gospel describes
    • opportunity or inducement for Luke to write about the
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  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • See Matthew 28:6; Mark 16:6; Luke 24:5,6.
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