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- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
- with this curious sentence: “Let us thank God we are not all geniuses!”
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
- were spoken: And the Gods forgot mankind; then since the Mystery of
- Golgotha we must say: And it is once more the Gods' will, by and by,
- to remember mankind. For the sake of human beings the Gods gradually
- of God but they can never lead to an understanding of Christ. Christ
- to a universal Godhead; or he may go to the other extreme and simply
- grasp how it can be that a good God allows evil to exist. In an attempt
- and full of wisdom is a manifestation of the Godhead. Thus if it is
- felt that God's goodness must be vindicated then we already stand on
- the premise that wisdom is to be ascribed to a good God. But why does
- a good, wise God allow evil to exist? To this the following may be said:
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
- For Herman Grimm was godfather to Herman Joachim. I was very pleased
- from his lower nature but from God. He must receive them through faith.
- know nothing either of our life or our death; nothing of either God
- God who speaks through nature, but not to a living understanding of
- God. Christ, the God who descended from cosmic heights into earthly
- Pascal indicated, we can attain knowledge of life and death; of God
- error. In the religious sense they are gifts of God to man. When they
- can say: “If anyone is interested in the path that led me to God,
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
- these arrangements are based come from God or from the devil. Whereas
- of its very antithesis, the appearance of a God was for this society
- that a God could come so close to man as was the case of Christ Jesus.
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
- do arrive at awareness of a universal Godhead or a universal spirituality.
- God-fearing as easily as it can make them atheists, it all depends which
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
- inwardly connected with his God.
- of God.
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
- as often happens without awareness. One hears phrases such as: God sent
- plane. Christ said: “The kingdom of God is within you.”
- is a participant of the realm of the Gods, the realm of the spirit.
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
- brought about by God, and indeed by God the Father. Man at
- thriving the effect of the Father God. Man felt related to
- Father God within himself. Thus you see that something which
- “from God I am born.” Man felt he originated from
- God, who also caused his further growth and development. When
- spirit-permeated, God-ensouled nature alternate with
- of their life perceived directly the Father-God, the
- Christ-God—who had not yet descended to earthly
- world of the Gods.
- conscious of the Father God, but consciousness of the cosmic
- healthy life can sense the dependence on the Father God up to
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
- Aristotle, the highest God held sway, while lesser Gods held
- attention in these lectures, that the only concept of God
- modern man can reach is that of the Father God. The name of
- the Father God. What is usually called the inner mystical
- path can lead only to a general Godhead. Christ cannot be
- find a general God but not Christ. It is an outlook that is
- undifferentiated God. Drews says, “German religion must
- When one recognizes God and man to be
- [Imagine, to suggest, as is done here, that God and man are the same!]
- “Christ”; i.e., to become a God-man, then there
- God-man has no use for a historical redeemer or even for an
- “German” religion of the God-man is not only a
- turn to Russia's allies reminding them that God's first
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
- God's mercy and the sacrificial death of Jesus. Christian
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
- would succeed in proving that God exists. To do so was the
- have succeeded, for to prove the existence of God he would
- age of 33, it was still possible to prove that God exists.
- powers of thinking prove that God exists; such proof can be
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
- saying: Well, the animal I am eating was slaughtered by God.
- God to everything. Naturally if one's view, one's thinking is
- have been slaughtered by God, and there can be no objection
- to eating what God has slaughtered.
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
- God held truth in one hand and the striving after truth in
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
- essence or some such lovely phrase. The God within is an
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