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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • whom we have described more closely as Jesus of Nazareth, forsook the
    • was incarnated in human form in Jesus of Nazareth, and that in order
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • the fact that the secret of Golgotha, the secret of Christ Jesus, is
    • to Jesus. The Gospel of St. Matthew contains many other secrets, as
    • things are it came in the age in which Christ Jesus Himself worked.
    • be deepened into inwardness through Christ Jesus. That could only take
    • place if men thought as follows, and Christ Jesus radiated it forth as
    • world,’ so Christ Jesus had to say, ‘whereby an impulse may
    • as that deed of Christ Jesus by means of which he turned what was
    • time when Christ Jesus worked on earth know that such an important
    • living in a side-street in Rome, whose teacher was a certain Jesus;
    • Christ-Event many people in Rome believed Jesus was a contemporary of
    • Christ Jesus Himself. They hinted to those who had ears to hear that
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • able to have a bodily perception and observation of Christ Jesus, as
    • of Christ Jesus can however, be understood by anyone who can apply
    • gradually learn how the qualities needed for the body of Jesus were
    • Solomonian Jesus Being was as perfect as possible in itself as regards
    • body, or rather of the human organism of Jesus of Nazareth had to be
    • The germs of the perfection in the body of Jesus of Nazareth had to be
    • time there was actually an ancestor of Jesus who already contained
    • in an ancestor of Jesus the foundations of a right development of all
    • we trace back the ancestry of Jesus, we must find one ancestor who
    • so perfectly developed as in the body of Jesus of Nazareth — yet
    • ancestor of Jesus of Nazareth, knowing that be possessed these seven
    • was to reappear in Jesus of Nazareth. In the same way they called the
    • gathered together in Jesus; and the rudiments of this were already
    • Jesus, fully conscious of his significance for the whole mission of
    • time of the appearance of John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Jesus the following had to be proclaimed as a healing doctrine:
    • for the sorrows and sufferings of earth. Christ Jesus had to proclaim
    • Christ Jesus, Buddha described sorrow and suffering on earth as the
    • never was an historical Jesus-Christ. This should be comprehensible to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • on Earth of Christ-Jesus. This is by far the mightiest Impulse ever
    • ‘Did Jesus live?’ You probably all know that what led to
    • ‘Did Jesus live?’
    • to offer historical proof that a certain person of the name of Jesus
    • separate Gospels historic records proving that Jesus lived?’ He
    • is impossible to prove by them that Jesus ever lived. He also tries to
    • concerning an historic Jesus can be deduced from them.
    • document to prove that Jesus lived, because the only documents
    • Jesus of Nazareth, but on the revelation he received in the Event of
    • Jesus whose existence cannot be historically proved. One can therefore
    • say: that no one knows whether an historic Jesus lived or not; that
    • the idea the Christians have of Jesus Christ — were already in
    • existence concerning a sort of pre-Christian Jesus, and that several
    • accepting the historic Jesus. Professor Drews' book itself demands the
    • existence of the historic Jesus. It would seem therefore, that at the
    • possibility should be given of understanding the historic Jesus in a
    • Jesus.
    • can be recognised as the historic Jesus without any external records
    • be convinced of the existence of an historic Jesus. That is the new
    • some catastrophe, all the historical proofs of the historic Jesus of
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