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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Fritzlar, and two pious nuns, Christina Ebner, prioress of the Engelthal
    • encouraging others by his Christianity in action. He had said, “Never
    • of the Lord Jesus Christ.”
    • instruct him how to suffer. In response, he had a vision of Christ on the
    • suffering patiently; Learn suffering in the way of Christ.”
    • vision of the Risen Christ, January 25, 1366, at the age of seventy-one.
    • hands of Johannes Tauler Scholasticism was transformed into Christian
    • that Groote was inspired to form a community, a kind of Christian
    • as the early Christians had done, and working together to earn their own
    • name was Thomas a Kempis, and his Imitatio Christi, Imitation of Christ,
    • Christ be the basis of your study and the mirror of your life.”
    • Christ upon earth; and in the little Swiss town of Einsiedeln in Canton
    • published. It bore the title, Von den Leben Christi, das ist, vom wahren
    • Glauben, Of the Life of Christ, that is, of True Faith, and one of its
    • him, and that his mission was to purify Christianity, which he thought had
    • the book to Christoph Freytag, court chaplain and censor. Freytag struck out
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • The content of the Christian faith was simply accepted by the Scholastics as
    • Christianity, at the time of the Fathers of the Church, we see how the
    • height of Christian theological learning in the ninth century. Among the
    • world, about Christ and the Church in one fundamental idea, but of them all none
    • Apostles, who was converted to Christianity by Paul. Here we shall not go
    • providence, Christ, the creation of the world, man's redemption, the moral life,
    • he presents teachings which are altogether in line with dogmatic Christianity.
    • so penetrated with the concepts of Christianity that he could well believe he
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • of his vocation as a priest. He is not intent upon confronting Christianity
    • Christianity through his views. He speaks of the contents of Scripture as a
    • the spiritual disposition. One who does not live in Christian dogmas as this
    • He too is a pious priest and lives wholly in the Christian realm of
    • Christian doctrine becomes an inner experience for him, while his
    • relationship to Christ becomes one between his spirit and the eternal truth,
    • material-temporal in the Christian conception of the world has, as one can
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • belonged to the Order of the Dominicans, as did the greatest Christian
    • of the Christian church as he assumed such an agreement for Thomas. Eckhart
    • did not want to take anything away from the content of Christianity, nor to
    • remain an orthodox Christian. The Christian truths were his truths. Only he
    • Christ's words: “It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not
    • that Christ our brother has ascended by his own strength above all the
    • of Paul: “Clothe yourselves in Jesus Christ,” he wishes to give to
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • of value, but the Christ who can be born in every man out of his deeper

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