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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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    • to remember that the Jahve or Jehova-idea meant as much to the
    • essence of Christianity Jahve did not really differ very greatly from
    • connection between the Christ-idea and the Jahve-idea. It is very
    • Christ with direct sunlight, then Jahve might be likened to sun-light
    • and sunlight — Jahve being an indirect and Christ a direct
    • Zarathustra) then the religion of Jahve can be called a
    • the religion of Jahve, and also of the connection between the
    • Jahve religion of the ancient Hebrews.
    • of which I have been speaking a union of the Jahve-religion with
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • Jahve- or Jehovah-idea meant as much to the ancient Hebrews
    • deeply into the essence of Christianity, the Being Jahve or
    • relationship between the Jahve-idea and the Christ-idea. It
    • liken Jahve to sunlight reflected by the Moon and that would
    • Christ in Jahve into Christ Himself just as they think of the
    • difference between sunlight and moonlight: Jahve is an
    • may call the Jahve-religion a Moon-religion — the transitory
    • sight of the symbol of moonlight for the old Jahve-religion
    • that was prepared within the Jahve-or Jehovah-religion,
    • the Jahve-religion; we may expect that a similar form of
    • actually happened. The old Jahve-religion emerged again after
    • of the Jahve-Moon-religion. The intervening Christ Impulse
    • religion of Mohammed but pervaded by the One God, Jahve.
    • the priests of Egypt and Chaldea and the Jahve-religion of
    • Jahve-Moon-religion did not reappear in Arabism in its
    • in the case of the Jahve-religion and Christianity. Test this

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