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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • a great impression on someone else; namely Luther
    • understand Luther it is essential to keep in mind what I have just said.
    • Recently a very interesting book: Luther's Creed by Ricarda
    • deals with Luther's belief in demons. Unlike those who, when requested
    • for an opinion concerning Luther's belief in demons, are too cowardly
    • the issue by saying: Well, Luther was certainly a great man but his
    • it is concluded that Luther had shared in the superstition of his time.
    • The fact is that no one can understand Luther who does not realize that
    • and bring together what Luther says and you will inevitably come to
    • has met him in direct experience, can speak as Luther did. Moreover
    • They conclude that Luther was superstitious as were others at his time
    • too feels that some excuses must be made for Luther for she says: "One
    • ought not to imagine that Luther believed the devil walked about the
    • on. But these are mere abstract concepts and Ricarda Huch thought Luther
    • used his pictorial expressions in that sense. Luther was obliged to
    • Luther clothed his experiences
    • Luther lived at a time when
    • not understand. She thinks that though Luther spoke of the devil one
    • their shoulders. But Luther's descriptions were based on experience,
    • gives Luther's doctrine — as it is usually called — the
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • which will throw light on Luther's place in history. From the outset
    • I must make it clear that today's considerations of Luther will be from
    • when considering Luther in the light of spiritual science is the enormous
    • The significance of the epoch is much greater in Luther's case than
    • in the case of most other personalities in history. When we study Luther
    • Golgotha. Thus Luther appeared in history soon after the thoughts and
    • humanity. To the unprejudiced observer Luther appears at first sight
    • into Luther's soul was the after-effect of what he had absorbed, in
    • not present and active. It has its effect when, as in Luther's case,
    • recognize in Luther the effects of what I have indicated. They reveal
    • deeper strata of the human soul weighed heavily upon Luther. Today one
    • felt so strongly. It is therefore not Luther's own words that I use
    • its limit you have the keynote of Luther's inner suffering. But why
    • was it Luther who in particular felt this so intensely?
    • in what I mentioned as the duality of his nature. Luther was on the
    • Luther had no such understanding;
    • by Luther with all the inner soul impulses of a man of the fourth-,
    • Thus we see Luther on the
    • to the cosmos which separates him from its spiritual reality. Thus Luther
    • types of human beings side by side. As we saw in the last lecture, Luther's
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • Luther was very aware of
    • a hypocrite. Luther could often be blunt about such matters. For example,
    • good while inwardly wanting to do the bad. Luther had a great deal of
    • up many days of purgatory were remitted. Luther took part in this, for
    • of experience that made Luther the man he was. He inwardly sensed the
    • have become of the Lutheran movement had Luther not possessed far greater,
    • I drew your attention to Ricarda Huch and how, in her book on Luther
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • of reformation, only just begun by Luther, is completed, the

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