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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
    • upon the foundation of historical research are the ones who
    • have, for the most part, undermined the foundation upon which
    • nothing non-essential was to be found in important passages
    • penetrating into its spiritual foundations. If it is not
    • Gospel of St. John found one thing above all else to be of
    • They said: There is one quality which shows most profoundly
    • penetrate into the deep meaning which lies at the foundation
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • foundation to pass before our souls. And we must dip deeply
    • forces to be found in the minerals out in the cosmos, it
    • members of its being are to be found only in higher realms.
    • The mineral has an ether body, but it is to be found in the
    • the same time he founded an esoteric school, the director of
    • which was directly founded by Paul himself, the purest
    • “Word” lies at the very foundation of the whole
    • physical human body, the foundation of all things. All
    • should the most profound mysteries of the world be expressed
    • saying, when reference is made to the profoundness of
    • 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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    • saw what profound contents are concealed within the first
    • of spiritual substance lying at the foundation of all things.
    • found everywhere on the Earth, so is love now being prepared
    • that wisdom was not to be found everywhere at that time. You
    • wisdom which was to be found everywhere. Inner
    • found in all things, so in like manner is love evolving. Love
    • your gaze upward toward the sun or toward what is to be found
    • form, lying as it does at the foundation of all that appears
    • foundation of all material things, behind all that appears to
    • foundation of all material life, but you should consider this
    • foundation of the words: “And the Logos became flesh
    • foundation of the world. Therefore Christ-Jesus, according to
    • transcription of this profound truth concerning the meaning
    • Father, from the primeval foundation of the world and I
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • be found again. However, it must be very clear that in order
    • witness of them. Those who were found sufficiently developed
    • profound of matters, concerning the Mystery of Golgotha, I
    • listened to profound words about Christ-Jesus as the
    • no longer surprising that these profound words concerning
    • he had already learned at that time, the Baptist found the
    • profound truth: — Each human individual ego is one
    • is freed, seeking a foundation upon which it, as an
    • found, it must be especially emphasized. All names and
    • profoundly symbolical manner. This is often the source of
    • the most profound thing of which they were conscious, their
    • Gods” when they wished to refer to Him. This profound
    • profoundly this thought fits into the whole of human
    • possess it. And with such a profound document as the Gospel
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • that the writer has reserved the most profound matters for
    • acting as the foundation of the individual ego within the
    • Cana in Galilee, something of the profound mission of the
    • about profound truths? Only those who were able to perceive
    • spiritual foundations of the world. When I speak of this Ego,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • something extraordinarily profound just in this very chapter
    • shapes; you would have found strange forms, forerunners of
    • reached the point where we could have found the physical
    • sea, you would have found in it, condensed out of the water,
    • spiritual foundation of the World are directly one. The
    • foretold the profound truth about the Word which later
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • understands the profound meaning of the Gospel of St. John
    • moment when he was able to behold the profound mysteries
    • said: “The most profound mystery of My being is the I
    • what is to be found in such a writing as the Gospel of St.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • seen that we come closer to the profound
    • animals is to be found and the difference between the human
    • Atlantis and you would not have found that spectacle which is
    • before the Flood, you would have found no rainbow. Only
    • will get some idea of how literally and profoundly true the
    • have gone in Europe, you would still have found vivid
    • world wherein he found himself in order to be transported
    • which resulted from this kind of initiation found its echo in
    • civilizations were founded by colonies sent out under the
    • guidance of great leaders. The first colony founded the
    • civilization of the ancient Indians, the second founded what
    • west and laid there the foundation of the Babylonian –
    • they found inscribed in matter as the script of the gods. If
    • profoundest depths of personal necessity, of physical
    • their own personality. Certainly, profound mysteries exist
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • standing as we do upon the foundation of Spiritual Science.
    • found these truths for himself and then is directed to the
    • standing upon the foundation of Spiritual Science than for
    • those who have stood entirely upon the foundation of such
    • Gospel of St. John the most profound teaching concerning
    • grasped this profound meaning of the Christian teaching, can
    • which forms the foundation of our present civilization. This
    • passed over into that period of civilization which found its
    • existed something spiritually more profound than the Divine
    • mystery lies hidden behind this fact, a mystery of profound
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • Christianity most profoundly in the Gospel of St. John has
    • is found depicted in the Gospel of St. John as an historical
    • the most profound evolutionary impulses in the course of the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • foundation works more with other symbolic ideas which produce
    • to discern clairvoyantly the deeper foundations of his being,
    • had to express in the name the profound, world historic
    • founder, we must take under consideration yet another
    • was no fatherhood. But it is not that; a much more profound,
    • power to hold fast to the foundation which we recognize in
    • able to understand more and more the profound truths of this
    • highly initiated could not give us so profound a picture of



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