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- Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
- the Baptist was about to baptize Jesus in the Jordan. he
- the idea I want you to grasp. What did John the Baptist do?
- dawned on me that the way in which John the Baptist is
- water? Externally, of course, John the Baptist baptized with
- Baptist preached in the wilderness. Those who felt that they
- anchorites. John the Baptist is a case in point. We are told
- the Baptist which was a comparatively recent development
- evolution. Men such as John the Baptist had a prophetic
- Baptist. But he divined it rather, and this is clearly seen
- Title: Building Stones: Lecture Five
- prepared to look for them. The words of the Baptist are not
- Baptist had clear foreknowledge of this; for those who have
- respect. The words of John the Baptist: “Change your
- practice in particular that John the Baptist protested. He
- feelings of men such as John the Baptist. It would have been
- John the Baptist, Diogenes felt, in his own way, that the
- Baptist first appeared, crying: “The Kingdom of Heaven
- the Baptist, of course, spoke only of the Kingdom of Heaven.
- the Baptist knew was also known to Nero. For Nero also knew
- constraint. It was not John the Baptist alone who said that
- the Baptist and Christ Jesus, he foresaw the end of the
- world. If the prophecies of John the Baptist and Christ Jesus
- Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
- had received initiation had said: “Now John the Baptist
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