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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • occurred, whereas the writer of the Gospel of St. John did
    • opposition which had risen up against it. But this writer,
    • all things have come into being. Then the writer continues:
    • Alexandria, the Greeks have a writer who also speaks of the
    • proof that the writer of the Gospel of St. John did not rely
    • upon the same traditions as the writers of the other Gospels,
    • the writer of this Gospel and had influenced his form of
    • St. John. What was a writer speaking about, if at that time
    • writer of the Gospel of St. John refers. Let us hear what he
    • and the Word has become man! Thus the writer of the Gospel of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • summarize our observations by saying that the writer of this
    • greatest importance and the writer of this Gospel had to lay
    • Christianity on this point. The writer of the Gospel of St.
    • Christian esoteric schools, a teaching which the writer of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • architecturally ancient writers constructed their works, and
    • John, or perhaps we should say in connection with the writer
    • writer of the Gospel wished to say: — “What I
    • the writer of the Gospel distinguishes between what occurred
    • who knew very well that the writer of the Gospel of St. John
    • Word or the Logos became flesh.” Thus the writer of the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • which the writer of this Gospel has intimated that he came to
    • that the writer has reserved the most profound matters for
    • by means of a kind of Dionysian rite or wine sacrifice, the
    • consideration. Through a sort of Dionysian rite, Christ had
    • symbolical vessels of the rite of purification, Christ-Jesus
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • illuminated the writer of the Gospel of St. John at that
    • conquest of the forces of sickness and death. When the writer
    • or of the Logos. Let us see if the writer of the Gospel
    • description, the writer of the Gospel indicates a mystery
    • mystery to which the writer of the Gospel refers when he
    • such a personality as the writer of the Gospel and be able to
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • the Gospel of St. John speaks. The writer of this Gospel
    • the thought imagery, through which the writer of the Gospel
    • individuality as the writer of this Gospel, we must take
    • writer of the Gospel calls the sister, Mary, it is clear that
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • inherited his standing, his rank and position from his father
    • somewhat the impressions of the writer of the Gospel of St.
    • special is meant. What is meant? The writer of the Gospel of
    • upon mankind by such an initiate as the writer of the Gospel
  • 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
    • pure that the writer of the Gospel could call her the
    • high degree as the writer of this Gospel. It was more the
    • those of the heights into which the writer of the Gospel of
    • not a matter of importance for the writer of the Gospel of
    • — in other words to the writer of the Gospel of St.
    • mission, this charge, was given to the writer of the Gospel
    • over to thee; thou shalt write down what this astral body has
    • John is the Gospel in which the writer has concealed powers
    • legacy of the writer of the Gospel of St. John, the great



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