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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the Christian Temple or Church. Such buildings, erected
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • once whole and perfect in itself, strove in the Church of Christendom
    • Asia, the Temple of Egypt, the Temple of Greece, the Church or
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • Temple to the Church of Christendom. The Greek Temple stands
    • God. The building is separated from the land and the Church
    • whole territory, whereas the walls of the Christian Church
    • forms of the Churches of Christendom and also of Roman
    • are separated and the Christian Church more and more assumes
    • belongs to the church; the church is intended to enclose the
    • Christians afterwards felt the precincts of the Church with
    • Roman Churches are still edifices which enclose the God. The
    • Gothic Church is an edifice built by the community to enclose
    • handicraft. They do not only enter the Churches but they
    • they gather around the God in their labours. Gothic Churches
    • of the God, the Church of Christendom the framework around
    • Church.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • The Church of Christendom is no longer actually one with the
    • Church of Christendom, therefore, could no longer be what the
    • being. The Church of Christendom was in itself a duality, the

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