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- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
- further that the author of this Gospel was a man of Greek
- Alexandria, the Greeks have a writer who also speaks of the
- but that influenced by Greek culture, he re-coined the facts
- have received this from his Greek culture and that St. Luke,
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
- stands there quite literally. In Greek, the word
- Greek means “Fulness.” We find this word also in
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
- the Greek epoch. In the Roman epoch, the path into the
- a separate personality. When we see how in Greek art the
- appears to us as an image. When we pass from the Greek to the
- Greek images of the gods had descended from their pedestals
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
- Greek sculptors, and dramatists and see how they have
- first time as real citizens of the State. Even in the Greek
- Greek Temple is expressed the complete turning point of the
- than the Greek which is the purest expression of the inner
- the Greek Temple carried to its ultimate conclusions. Few
- did the Greeks. There is an artistic sense which feels the
- us. The Greeks had it architecturally before them.
- really exist in space and the Greeks built their Temples in
- accordance with them. What was in reality a Greek Temple?
- dwelt within the Greek Temple. The people were only present
- understands the forms of the Greek Temple, experiences a
- compare a Greek Temple with a Gothic Church. Nothing
- than the Greek Temple. In a Gothic Church you can see that
- which the Greeks felt in line, column and beam in such a
- decorative motif, was for the Greek feeling no column at all.
- Everything in human evolution is in perfect accord. The Greek
- to him best expressed in the forms of Greek thought, as it
- the Mother of Jesus was not called Mary. In the Greek text,
- Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
- words, “Know thyself,” in the Greek, they do not
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