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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
    • to pave for the world the way to Christ.'
    • mankind concerning the being of Christ Jesus and His
    • Christianity, it would never have entered the mind of any one
    • Christianity had already become wide-spread in a very
    • For hostility against Christianity arose from various sources
    • vindication of Christianity in the face of those streams of
    • own position in relation to his Christ. Thus many see nothing
    • for his Christ, for the purpose of inspiring others also and
    • the beginning of our Christian era, a being of a very high
    • disturbs people that any such exalted being as the Christ of
    • Therefore they speak of the Christ as the Apotheosis of
    • early Christian conception when there was still far more
    • thought flowing through the Christian minds of Europe, for it
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • Esoteric Christianity
    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
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    • ESOTERIC CHRISTIANITY
    • Christianity from the beginning. This Esoteric Christianity
    • has always been fostered alongside the outer Christian
    • great apostle of Christianity, used his powerful, fiery gift
    • of eloquence to teach Christianity to the people, but that at
    • the Apostles. In this Christian Esoteric School at Athens
    • Esoteric Christianity makes it entirely intelligible to us.
    • that Esoteric Christianity has good reason for stating that
    • to remain within him ever since. Thus Esoteric Christianity
    • from it. When, therefore, the esoteric Christian, looking at
    • Christianity, deep mysteries of existence familiar to those
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
    • to pave for the world the way to Christ.'
    • Christianity, everything leads back to the Word or the Logos.
    • understand Esoteric Christianity when it says: — Just as
    • standpoint of Esoteric Christianity, what is it that is
    • called in Esoteric Christianity, the “Logos” or
    • This was fulfilled in Christ-Jesus, and the historical
    • appearance of Christ Jesus means that the forces of the six
    • at the beginning of our Christian era and were actually
    • as Christ-Jesus? It was the incarnation of the Logos, of the
    • the Christ or the Logos was incarnated, brought into human
    • appearance of a few initiated Christian pupils who understood
    • appeared in the early Christian centuries called the
    • Christianity on this point. The writer of the Gospel of St.
    • “No, you should not look upon the Christ as a
    • Esoteric Christianity and the primal Gnosis. The Gnosis, as
    • well as Esoteric Christianity recognizes the Christ, but the
    • spiritual being. It holds firmly to an ever invisible Christ.
    • On the contrary, Esoteric Christianity has always held the
    • the Christ, who dwelt within the body of Jesus of Nazareth,
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
    • to pave for the world the way to Christ.'
    • that the testimony given of Christ Jesus by John is true. He
    • everything that is maintained and affirmed concerning Christ
    • picture the whole situation: — Christ Jesus performs
    • been referred to in my book Christianity as Mystical Fact),
    • Christ Jesus to rise up against Him. Why should just the
    • persecution of Christ Jesus begin just at this stage? One who
    • through the appearance of Christ-Jesus. This three and a half
    • proceeding from the Christ. For we shall soon see that in the
    • But for this to take place, Christ-Jesus must first be
    • Through Christ-Jesus a new initiation had to arise to replace
    • initiated in the old way, but initiated into Christian
    • Esotericism. This only Christ-Jesus Himself could perform
    • attribute the characterization of Christ-Jesus, which we find
    • the word, been initiated through Christ-Jesus Himself.
    • listened to profound words about Christ-Jesus as the
    • Christ-Jesus were spoken even in the very first Chapters, for
    • in the ancient Mysteries, Christ-Jesus, who was to appear in
    • the world at a future time, in other words, the Christ, was
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • Disciple,” initiated by Christ-Jesus Himself. One might
    • a higher order of knowledge about the Christ through the
    • was one of the first disciples of Christ-Jesus. He was
    • brought before the Christ. He is not so highly developed that
    • he is able to comprehend the Christ. The Christ is, of
    • the Christ could fathom Nathaniel. This was shown by two
    • How did Christ
    • called an Israelite. Therefore Christ calls Nathaniel an
    • fig-tree.” And Christ answered, “Thou believest
    • by those who were able to recognize the Christ. Again, one
    • necessary impulse from the Christ-principle before the
    • only after having received the Impulse of the Christ into
    • you will know through the impulse which the Christ gives to
    • first sign” which Christ-Jesus made. Now in order that
    • if we call to mind once more the whole mission of the Christ.
    • Christ-Principle there should come into the earth-mission a
    • The Christ
    • Christ Jesus
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
    • to pave for the world the way to Christ.'
    • Christ-Jesus to Nicodemus, we must recognize a conversation
    • between Christ and a personality who is able to perceive what
    • Nicodemus came to Christ-Jesus “in the night,”
    • rebirth which the Christ speaks to Nicodemus in the 4th verse
    • The Christ is
    • question, for what purpose did Christ Jesus come to earth;
    • of the spirit through the force of the Christ Who appeared
    • him. Through the force of the Christ Who came upon the earth,
    • forerunners of the deed of Christ Jesus. Moses showed his
    • through the force of the Christ present upon the earth. This
    • the Christ expresses in his further conversation with
    • be lifted up.” Throughout, Christ Jesus made use of the
    • Jesus-Christ had been slowly matured in the followers of the
    • enough to give birth to the Christ Principle. Then we shall
    • prophesied that the Christ would come; in other words, that
    • appeared incarnate in Christ-Jesus.
    • “I AM” appears incarnate in the Christ of the
    • Christ-Jesus. We hear the name of the Logos, we hear Him at
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • to pave for the world the way to Christ.'
    • before our souls: Christ-Jesus upon the Cross, the blood
    • observed the pre-Christian periods of the earth pass by and
    • from the wounds of Christ-Jesus upon Golgotha. All spiritual
    • spirit, this earth spirit is the Christ. Christ is the spirit
    • of the earth. When the Christ spoke to His most trusted
    • Blood!” — These were the very words that Christ-
    • Christian Initiation, He uttered those extraordinary words
    • body of the Earth-Spirit, that is, of the Christ, then men
    • learn about the Christ, the Earth-Spirit, and about the bread
    • which is taken from the body of the earth. Christ points to
    • the Christ. And the sap that flows through the plants, which
    • through the human body. Pointing to this, the Christ says:
    • which is the Christ Himself, and then he will feel how the
    • Christ, as the Spirit of the Earth, flows through his body.
    • which have to do with Christ-Jesus? He beheld the forces,
    • the impulses which are present in Christ-Jesus, and he
    • the Christ Personality, to the Christ Impulse, by energizing
    • and strengthening himself through this Christ Impulse, he
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
    • to pave for the world the way to Christ.'
    • CHRIST PRINCIPLE
    • Christ-Jesus in our postAtlantean period. We have gathered
    • Christ Principle. Today we shall try to understand why, just
    • at this point of time in our evolution, the Christ appeared
    • way it was always done even up to the time of Christ-Jesus.
    • and during this middle period, Christ-Jesus came
    • the reason for the appearance of Christ-Jesus just at this
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
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    • THE ORIGIN OF CHRISTIANITY
    • Christianity, a teaching which we can also call the teaching
    • grasped this profound meaning of the Christian teaching, can
    • we understand why the Christ had to enter into human
    • the Christ. Here for the first time, for those who could
    • Christ-Jesus points to the fulfilment of the words of the
    • fact that the Jews would not believe in Christ-Jesus. Jesus
    • John. He saw the Christ! He was always to be seen in the
    • same Being who then appeared upon the earth as the Christ.
    • Christ. We are now at a point in this religious record which
    • become clear to us that in a certain sense the Christ was
    • soil for Christianity emerged out of the third epoch like a
    • comprehensible that the appearance of the Christ had to take
    • Christ, the idea that spirit was to appear in the flesh. For
    • the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the Christ Event had to
    • Christian consciousness, the whole of human existence falls
    • into a pre-Christian and a post-Christian period. The God-Man
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • CHRIST IMPULSE WITHIN MANKIND
    • Christianity should have taken place just at a particular
    • Christianity depends upon our keeping well in mind this
    • evolutionary law in its esoteric, Christian sense. Only in
    • ourselves: — Christianity entered into human evolution
    • Christianity was prepared in the 3rd epoch. The Egyptian
    • of Hebrew culture in such a way that Christianity was born,
    • the person of Christ Jesus. We may say that humanity
    • concentrating in the person of Christ Jesus, then continued
    • always so called in Esoteric Christianity. However, things of
    • appearance of the prophesied Messiah in the Christ. From this
    • division in the history of Christianity — the real
    • Why did Christianity have to come to the world as a direct
    • materialistic age without Christianity. It would then have
    • through the Christ, then the whole of humanity would have had
    • the Christ Impulse. Had the Christ Impulse been active
    • spiritual element of Christianity, but it would never have
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • Christian Initiation
    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
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    • CHRISTIAN INITIATION
    • Christianity in general according to the Gospel of St. John,
    • the heart of the community. It is the task of Christianity to
    • clearly in mind that most profound idea of Christianity, that
    • the Christ is the Spirit of the earth and that the earth is
    • garment worn by the Christ, the Spirit of the earth, has, in
    • Christianity most profoundly in the Gospel of St. John has
    • garment, and the coat of the Christ. The garments of the
    • Christ were divided into continents and regions; but not the
    • other connections, Christianity must bring mankind to an
    • specific Christian initiation, and that initiation which is
    • Christian-Rosicrucian initiation. We intend now to describe
    • many gatherings of very good Christians, one can hear it
    • Christian teaching, but Christianity needs no esoteric
    • properly not acknowledged in such Christian assemblies, but
    • widest circles even by the Christians. Anthroposophy is
    • Christian course. 3. Again one can work through a combination
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • body. In the pre-Christian initiation, it was done in the
    • specifically Christian initiation in which it was necessary
    • This kind of initiation which is specifically Christian could
    • Christian initiation. We only wish to become acquainted with
    • Christian pupil is actually in a condition to reach
    • Rosicrucian initiation, although resting upon a Christian
    • world is called in esoteric Christianity the “pure,
    • Christianity — is also so called today — the
    • Christianity, it is correct to say that through his processes
    • of initiation the Christian esotericist attains the
    • words, according to esoteric Christianity has received the
    • proceeds from esoteric Christianity, one should not speak of
    • to esoteric Christianity, whoever speaks with the right
    • Christ Jesus could give to the earth what was necessary to
    • happen at all which has been described in the Christian
    • what was called in esoteric Christianity, the Virgin Sophia,
    • esoteric places where esoteric Christianity was taught.
    • to penetrate further into the nature of Christianity and its
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