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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • Christianity but which originated in Judaism and still retained to
    • was a fact that no image was to be made. The earliest Christians did
    • not make any pictorial representation of Christ but employed only
    • symbols — the fish symbol, the monogram of Christ. The same had
    • Christendom, the Sistine Chapel in Rome, we see the command
    • during which sculpture rested, there appeared the Christian ideal: an
    • If we look at the dead body of the Christ we can see at once that
    • bears the adult body of her son Jesus Christ on her lap yet seems too
    • other Christian motif, the reason for this lay in the culture within
    • could be devised by the Christian world of the time. He sought to
    • of the world to its highest point in the coming of Christ to earth
    • what is to come in the Christ-Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Christ in the Spiritual World: The Search for the Holy Grail”
    • “The Four Sacrifices of Christ.”]
    • These Sibyls are very peculiar figures and modern Christianity will
    • pointers to the Christ Event and we have to take them just as
    • us the story of Christ emphasized so strongly how He drove out the
    • sibylline. For this reason also, Christ Jesus was so insistent that
    • Christ-impulse; that is the content, the theme of Michelangelo's
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • the Christian religion from the viewpoint of spiritual science,
    • one would have to show how the contents of the Christian
    • impulse had to come. We call it the Christ impulse, which
    • of the Christ being in the world would arise. Then one would
    • those sayings in them as Christ appeared like out of uncertain
    • Christianity. Christianity loses
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact and the Mysteries of
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • establishment of Christianity in Greece, namely to the stoics,
    • 270), the Neoplatonist, who lived in the post-Christian
    • beings repeatedly: does the old Christianity not satisfy the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • fourteenth century. From the eighth, tenth pre-Christian
    • post-Christian centuries the development of the intellectual or
    • Since hagiography was only a collection of legends, and Christ
    • The fiend, with rage, Christ's meck
    • By Christian priests, in yearly triumph
    • Christ by Thomas à Kempis
  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • of Christianity in Greece: to the Stoics, that group of
    • time since the foundation of Christianity and who had a major
    • influence on the forming of Western Christianity: to
    • Neo-Platonist, who lived in post-Christian times and still
    • yes, cannot old Christianity satisfy souls much more than your

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