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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • upon the Gospel of St. John will have a double purpose. One will
    • John, he will do so just as others have often done, that is,
    • St. John by means of the forces slumbering within the human
    • John. For this is altogether the right way to approach those
    • John; in other words what is his position in relation to
    • many other researchers of the Gospel of St. John. Today this
    • Gospel of St. John need not put into it something that is not
    • Why should the Gospel of St. John, which for the spiritual
    • given according to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, we have so
    • first three Gospels, but that the Gospel of St. John,
    • the Gospel of St. John possessing less historical
    • as a fact that the Gospel of St. John was not written with
    • occurred, whereas the writer of the Gospel of St. John did
    • supposition that the St. John document was written at a
    • words of the Gospel of St. John has been developing for
    • the Gospel of St. John should tower above all others.
    • any understanding of the Gospel of St. John except by
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • words of the Gospel of St. John touch, in fact, upon the
    • clear-cut verses in the Gospel of St. John. One must,
    • words of the Gospel of St. John are incisive, although,
    • of the most profound of the gospels, this Gospel of St. John,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • words of the Gospel of St. John and we shall now be able to
    • Gospel of St. John speaks? It is this we wish today to bring
    • upon this fact that the Gospel of St. John places the
    • John pointed to this fact in powerful words, when he said:
    • idea of the Gospel of St. John, which rests upon the firm
    • the Gospel of St. John, emphasizes the words: “Before
    • of the Gospel of St. John. If we take that chapter where we
    • gone deeply into the words of the Gospel of St. John, more
    • words in the Gospel of St. John which show the very
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • in the Gospel of St. John the truths of Spiritual Science can
    • end of the 10th Chapter of this Gospel of St. John we should
    • John
    • that the testimony given of Christ Jesus by John is true. He
    • of the Gospel of St. John a fact is presented which, if not
    • John the Baptist stands the chapter concerning the raising of
    • the testimony of John the Baptist should be accepted for
    • Gospel of St. John strong forces are present which render it
    • John, or perhaps we should say in connection with the writer
    • of the Gospel of St. John, for the name “John” is
    • old John — in the second half, the testimony
    • of the new John whom the Lord Himself had initiated,
    • because John wished to say: I call upon the testimony of my
    • in the first chapters of the Gospel of St. John as far as the
    • who knew very well that the writer of the Gospel of St. John
    • man; he was sent from God, bearing the name John. The same
    • John bare
    • first verses of the Gospel of St. John. However, before we
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • consideration of the Gospel of St. John, we should never lose
    • Lazarus. If you will read the Gospel of St. John carefully,
    • the chapters of the Gospel of St. John, from the 35th verse
    • of the 1st Chapter, John, the author of the Gospel, is the
    • St. John and see for yourselves what stands there:
    • “Again the next day after, John stood and two of his
    • disciples.” Here John the Baptist and two of his
    • that John, the author of the Gospel, is one of these two
    • the Gospel of St. John cannot be explained by means of the
    • that in the Gospel of St. John it is said that Nathaniel also
    • of St. John the corresponding
    • the reader is conscious of its being John the Baptist who
    • And John
    • arose a question between some of John's disciples and the
    • group-soul. Thus others came and said to John: “Jesus
    • also baptizes!” And John had to make it clear to them
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • John and can ask whether this “I AM” in the
    • Gospel of St. John.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • the Gospel of St. John culminates in that event in human
    • to understand the Gospel of St. John?
    • Gospel of St. John, where He announced that one among them
    • as presented in the Gospel of St. John is granted us, when we
    • understands the profound meaning of the Gospel of St. John
    • illuminated the writer of the Gospel of St. John at that
    • of the Gospel of St. John speaks of the healing of the man
    • John, they will by degrees take into themselves the Impulse
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • lectures, that the Gospel of St. John really loses nothing in
    • Gospel of St. John the most profound teaching concerning
    • John. He saw the Christ! He was always to be seen in the
    • the Gospel of St. John speaks. The writer of this Gospel
    • time. Thus we see how the Gospel of St. John connects in full
    • significance that the name of John appears nowhere in the
    • Gospel and that John is always spoken of as the
    • John to the effect that the Mother of Jesus was called Mary.
    • again in the Gospel of St. John, when we see the Saviour upon
    • questions in the Gospel of St. John: “Who was the real
    • asked according to the Gospel of St. John, but also according
    • Mother-Principle, according to the Gospel of St. John?
    • Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist; that He began to
    • into the very center of the Gospel of St. John.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • Gospel of St. John has not, up to our own age, been
    • John on one particular occasion.
    • St. John points out that it is not alone a matter of an
    • operate. The Gospel of St. John points to a special
    • of St. John, into what he was able to bestow upon it, because
    • standpoint of the Gospel of St. John, we are now able to say:
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • word of such a document as the Gospel of St. John. What do we
    • Christianity most profoundly in the Gospel of St. John has
    • John. We shall consider the specifically Christian initiation
    • is found depicted in the Gospel of St. John as an historical
    • Then these parts of the Gospel of St. John upon which we have
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • in the manner of the writer of the Gospel of St. John. In
    • the St. John's Gospel regarded the physical, historic Mother
    • St. John could peer, were concealed from them. For this
    • St. John who could gaze into the spiritual world. The
    • This event is indicated in the Gospel of St. John and also in
    • John. We now have the Christ within the astral, ether and
    • John — the mission of describing truly and faithfully
    • written in the Gospel of St. John to work sufficiently upon
    • means he wrote the Gospel of St. John. And this Gospel of St.
    • John is the Gospel in which the writer has concealed powers
    • the Gospel of St. John and understand it spiritually, it has
    • Gospel of St. John comprehensible to you, in which again and
    • through the power of the Gospel of St. John, can actually
    • legacy of the writer of the Gospel of St. John, the great
    • school of the Virgin Sophia, the St. John's Gospel itself.
    • Science can introduce us into the Gospel of St. John, for it
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