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  • Title: The Relation of Anthroposophy to Christianity
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    • very devout Christians and it is from their very piety that the
    • upon what, in the present age too, can be true piety and true veneration
    • achievements in earthly life. “In deepest piety of heart, put your
    • it is true pervaded by piety and religious devotion that were really like
    • holiness and of piety persisted in the feelings of those devotees of
    • desire to cling to their naive, simple piety. Such an attitude is naive
    • any vision of supersensible existence. This naive piety no longer leads
    • piety that it clings to the feelings, to the sentient experiences, coming
    • simple-hearted piety. Men of simple piety can indeed find Christ, only
    • yore to the adoration outpoured at the feet of the Guru. The piety that
    • befits the modern age must be an inward piety, for man is no longer
    • Science can say to a man of simple piety: “If you do but penetrate
    • Spiritual Science knows that in speaking thus to a man of simple piety,
    • permeated with the Christ Impulse ... Men of simple piety long to find
    • may be done in Christ's name. These men of simple piety can still be sure
    • find through your simple piety of soul when you meditate upon your own
    • And so men of simple piety
    • continue along purely external paths, this simple piety would in the



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