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  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • They were published in German as:
    • awakening is in store for many who would have preferred to sleep
    • time. The course of human evolution has brought it about that ever
    • withstanding men's demand for the Gospels, their desire to be
    • clear that just as other incisive events in human evolution come
    • mankind in general has undergone a fundamental change in its frame of
    • element in human evolution. It is the belief in the authority of
    • that there are many who still cling to a certain piety, a piety which
    • prefers to remain in ignorance of what is penetrating mankind through
    • modern man evoked by natural science.
    • understand man. Actually man, as such, is entirely excluded from the
    • man.
    • evolution expounded under the influence of Darwin or Weismann or
    • simplest to the most perfect, and lays down the view that man also
    • into consideration only so much of man as is animal. It considers man
    • man, derives from the corresponding organ or structure in the animal
    • man is modified; the extent to which the animal nature of man differs
    • from that of the animal world. The ability to keep man himself in
    • view has been completely lost by science; man is left out.
    • to raise man's power of understanding to the point where man
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