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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • mankind concerning the being of Christ Jesus and His
    • interpretation than that in Jesus of Nazareth, who lived at
    • characteristic manner spoke of Jesus, he could not do
    • Principle. We prefer the Jesus described in the first three
    • Jesus, “the simple Man of Nazareth” and He
    • Jesus of Nazareth stands before us as a unique figure.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • This was fulfilled in Christ-Jesus, and the historical
    • appearance of Christ Jesus means that the forces of the six
    • Elohim, or of the Logos, were incarnated in Jesus of Nazareth
    • Logos-Love assumed a physical human form in the body of Jesus
    • as Christ-Jesus? It was the incarnation of the Logos, of the
    • who preceded them. This figure of Jesus of Nazareth, in whom
    • former only as a spiritual being and in Jesus of Nazareth it
    • the Christ, who dwelt within the body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Christ-Jesus came and said to his nearest, most intimate
    • foundation of the world. Therefore Christ-Jesus, according to
    • Christ-Jesus the “I AM.” That was the name in
    • Jesus, the Light of the World,” we find a
    • Then Jesus
    • Jesus said:
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • that the testimony given of Christ Jesus by John is true. He
    • Jesus and at the very end of the Gospel it is pointed out
    • picture the whole situation: — Christ Jesus performs
    • 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
    • But for this to take place, Christ-Jesus must first be
    • Through Christ-Jesus a new initiation had to arise to replace
    • 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
    • Christ-Jesus.
    • so-called Baptist and Christ-Jesus will become clearer to us
    • true mystery concerning Christ-Jesus had been revealed,
    • names saw in Christ-Jesus some one who in fact opposed their
    • Therefore when Christ-Jesus initiated Lazarus, they looked
    • Christ-Jesus begins.
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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
    • was one of the first disciples of Christ-Jesus. He was
    • first sign” which Christ-Jesus made. Now in order that
    • Christ Jesus
    • “mongrel.” Christ Jesus went to the Galileans, to
    • at this marriage wine would be drunk. And Christ Jesus showed
    • Jesus had to baptize with something different. He had to
    • symbolical vessels of the rite of purification, Christ-Jesus
    • able to understand something of what Christ-Jesus was saying
    • Christ-Jesus wished to speak to those who could understand
    • Jews; the same came to Jesus by night.
    • told that Nicodemus came to Jesus “by night;”
    • Christ-Jesus had to communicate to him. “By
    • senses, he comes to Christ-Jesus. Just as in their
    • conversation about the fig-tree, Nathaniel and Christ-Jesus
    • well was there. Jesus, therefore, being wearied with His
    • a woman of Samaria to draw water: Jesus saith unto her,
    • group-soul. Thus others came and said to John: “Jesus
    • that what had come into the world through Jesus was something
    • very special and this he did by saying that Jesus does not
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • Christ-Jesus to Nicodemus, we must recognize a conversation
    • Nicodemus came to Christ-Jesus “in the night,”
    • Jesus
    • question, for what purpose did Christ Jesus come to earth;
    • forerunners of the deed of Christ Jesus. Moses showed his
    • be lifted up.” Throughout, Christ Jesus made use of the
    • Jesus-Christ had been slowly matured in the followers of the
    • appeared incarnate in Christ-Jesus.
    • Christ-Jesus. We hear the name of the Logos, we hear Him at
    • the Logos, is incarnated in Christ-Jesus.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • before our souls: Christ-Jesus upon the Cross, the blood
    • from the wounds of Christ-Jesus upon Golgotha. All spiritual
    • Jesus spoke to His most intimate disciples and we must take
    • which have to do with Christ-Jesus? He beheld the forces,
    • the impulses which are present in Christ-Jesus, and he
    • Jesus went
    • said, tempting Him, that they might accuse Him. But Jesus
    • the last: and Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing
    • When Jesus
    • And Jesus
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • Christ-Jesus in our postAtlantean period. We have gathered
    • 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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    • Christ-Jesus points to the fulfilment of the words of the
    • fact that the Jews would not believe in Christ-Jesus. Jesus
    • of the “Mother of Jesus” in the Gospel, is
    • asked: who was the Mother of Jesus? he would reply:
    • “The Mother of Jesus was Mary?” And many indeed
    • John to the effect that the Mother of Jesus was called Mary.
    • the Mother of Jesus was called Mary. Wherever reference is
    • Mother of Jesus. The meaning of this we shall learn later. In
    • Mother of Jesus was there;” and further on, it says:
    • stood by the Cross of Jesus, His Mother, and His Mother's
    • the Mother of Jesus was not called Mary. In the Greek text,
    • of Jesus, and His Mother's sister Mary who was the wife of
    • of Jesus?” Here we touch upon one of the most important
    • father of Jesus, and who was His mother?”
    • Gospel of St. Luke it is pointed out that the father of Jesus
    • Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist; that He began to
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • Father and Mother of Jesus.” Above all we must remember
    • the person of Christ Jesus. We may say that humanity
    • concentrating in the person of Christ Jesus, then continued
    • up to the time of the appearance of Christ Jesus and a little
    • Jesus and this event occurred upon the physical plane. The
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • Mother of Jesus,” and consequently of the essence of
    • up to Christ-Jesus. The Twelve who are about Him are at a
    • level lower than Christ-Jesus; but as the plant develops out
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • Christ Jesus could give to the earth what was necessary to
    • of Jesus in her most prominent characteristics and asked
    • he called the Mother of Jesus the “Virgin
    • “Mother of Jesus.” He shows thereby that he does
    • Christianity, was called “Jesus of Nazareth” and
    • Him who was called “Christ Jesus,” the Christ
    • dwelling within Jesus of Nazareth.
    • Jesus of Nazareth, we have to do with a highly developed
    • highly developed human being, Jesus of Nazareth, who had
    • which they saw their Master and Messiah moving about as Jesus
    • reason they laid special emphasis upon the fact that in Jesus
    • “If we trace back the ancestry of Jesus of Nazareth
    • Matthew, the important thing is to show that in Jesus of
    • generations as far as Jesus. He thus traces the genealogical
    • show that the God who lived in Abraham was present in Jesus,
    • that this earthly Jesus of Nazareth has His being only in
    • Jesus of Nazareth and were only able to describe him, it was
    • flowed also in Joseph, the father of Jesus.
    • that is, that Joseph is the father of Jesus. If they were to
    • ancient God exists in Jesus of Nazareth. Luke especially
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