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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • spiritually scientific, cosmic point of view. It must be a
    • should point out that if men will only learn to use their
    • make this point quite clear by means of a
    • who understand very well, from the standpoint of language,
    • extraordinary points of view and opinions have possessed
    • recent times, the point of view has
    • been lost. If Spiritual Science performs its task and points
    • pictures is true from its own standpoint. The fourth man, who
    • point of view of the three evangelists, the synoptists
    • another standpoint. And to what lengths have learned
    • reached its highest point.
    • find pointed out the origin of this or that motive. Thus
    • education, and then it was pointed out that in Philo of
    • in different ages. Those who spoke from the standpoint of the
    • standpoint of feeling and of inward sensing — how
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • point we must enter a little more deeply into the cosmic
    • is another ego and another astral body. At this point,
    • exoteric teaching. I have often pointed out that Paul, the
    • reach the point where, by means of his ego, he will transform
    • approximately reached the point where we shall begin our next
    • in trivial language? Is it not a strange point of view, a
    • thing for present humanity that it has reached the point of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • Gospel pointed to the creation of a pre-humanity in the far
    • human creature reached the point in his development at which
    • standpoint of Spiritual Science what does occultism call our
    • standpoint of Esoteric Christianity, what is it that is
    • Christianity on this point. The writer of the Gospel of St.
    • John pointed to this fact in powerful words, when he said:
    • from an external point of view. We have drawn these words out
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • parts. At the end of the first part it is pointed out that
    • Jesus and at the very end of the Gospel it is pointed out
    • not perhaps an unknown being. And all the Mysteries point to
    • characteristic and little by little they developed to a point
    • central point of which was the ancestor. For what held the
    • the light of day. I have already pointed out that when the
    • point of view, many say that according to such an
    • (zweigeboren). These words point to the fact that
    • At this point
    • He brought mankind to the point where it could behold God
    • see how sharply and clearly the Gospel of St. John points to
    • learns fully to understand that there is a point in the
    • blood, becomes ever more spiritualized. This point of time is
    • prophetically points to this when His mother stands there and
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • sight of that most important point which was brought out in
    • that repudiates all previous occult points of view that the
    • disciples are spoken of. The most generous point of view that
    • that Spiritual Science points out with a certain correctness
    • beings. We have also pointed out that when the astral body
    • ourselves. If we consider from the standpoint of race the
    • Bible it is pointed out that Noah who, in a certain sense was
    • egoistic, thus bringing them to the point of claiming the ego
    • signs. In the first place He had to point out that the ego
    • that points toward the far distant future when men will be
    • is one of prophecy pointing to the future. That relationship
    • points to the future, thereby showing how He works for the
    • which still needs the employment of alcohol in ordcr to point
    • to Him. Throughout the Gospel it is pointed out that Christ
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • already pointed out in these lectures that in the words of
    • physical sense perception, you would be greatly disappointed.
    • reached the point where we could have found the physical
    • pointing to a future condition into which the human being
    • point to and prepare for what was brought to mankind as an
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • the very central point of this Mystery and wish to express it
    • stands at the central point of all earthly happenings. Anyone
    • earth's ether body, we must imagine its central point exactly
    • has its central point. This entire physical earth body is
    • consider the Event of Golgotha from still another point of
    • being and of the earth from various standpoints. We know that
    • The present earth up to a certain point of time was united
    • such.” He had occasion to point to the earth as to His
    • which is taken from the body of the earth. Christ points to
    • through the human body. Pointing to this, the Christ says:
    • judgment and point to an inner Karma.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • point of view to indicate one of the most significant
    • at this point of time in our evolution, the Christ appeared
    • the brain, near the eyes, there is a point which coincides
    • with a very definite point in the etheric head. These points
    • were apart in ancient times; the etheric point was outside of
    • the brain. These two important points have drawn together and
    • special religion to point out to him the existence of a
    • difference from the standpoint of Spiritual Science whether
    • belonging to the earth also progressed to the point of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • pointed out that the original Indian civilization was the
    • reached the point where it could experience the ego or the
    • personality reached a certain high point in the ancient
    • Christ-Jesus points to the fulfilment of the words of the
    • when Spiritual Science points out that He whom Moses saw, who
    • Christ. We are now at a point in this religious record which
    • human being had reached the point where he objectified his
    • being gradually reached the point of permeating matter with
    • Greek Temple is expressed the complete turning point of the
    • derogatory of the Gothic is intended, for from another point
    • ages. From the Spiritual-Scientific point of view, we look
    • Gospel of St. Luke it is pointed out that the father of Jesus
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • point of view we must consider the division of the
    • has just been said would be pointed out to them, as it were,
    • is true, there was none. History points out to you that the
    • into every corner were there time to point out much that
    • opinions. That, however, is an inferior point of view. Men
    • subject, but because they have not yet reached the point of
    • descended into the physical world. That has been pointed out
    • “Prepare them by pointing to the formless, invisible
    • God. Point out that, while the Father-God is still active in
    • this point of time clearly in mind: the spiritual prophecy
    • already pointed out, were represented by three and a half
    • St. John points out that it is not alone a matter of an
    • operate. The Gospel of St. John points to a special
    • 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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    • undifferentiated organs. Certain lower animals have points
    • positive standpoint. Whoever grants only the existence of
    • attacked as a result of this papal standpoint in consequence
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • reached the point of discussing the change which takes place
    • we have said that up to this point, the principle of
    • he has reached the point where he can himself actually reproduce
    • important point in such things as this book is that the
    • higher knowledge is also an evolution from one standpoint,
    • horse. The important point is that I describe the horses to
    • tables back to Abraham. He has a more materialistic point of
    • again it is pointed out that the closest followers of Christ

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