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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • newer impulses, impulses capable of making people independent
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • For those who want to work from the basis of religious renewal
    • necessary that the relationship between the Religious Renewal
    • are working with a path of knowledge. The religious renewal is
    • as a result in a Geneva newspaper in a wild attack, how the
    • be brought across into a movement for the renewal of
    • feeling of eternity through this new ritual, so that no
    • renewal’ — so you have correctly formulated the sentence.
    • itself, to need religious renewal? The reverse: ‘Religious
    • renewal needs Anthroposophy!’ What was said there in the
    • at Anthroposophists, not at the Movement for Religious Renewal.
    • Religious Renewal. We do not want to be poor representatives of
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • when he expressed the Word of God; he knew he had to first go
    • Consecration into the Christian Movement for Religious Renewal
    • Christian Community as ever new at each fulfilment of the
    • ritual, just like the physical body experiences something new
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • The Bible, namely the New Testament, is a document which we
    • When religious documents, particularly the New Testament, are
    • understanding of ancient religious knowledge, also the New
    • researchable spiritual scientific facts to, let's say, the New
    • most important places in the New Testament. I would like to
    • stress from the start that representations in the New Testament
    • are connected to a historic fact; the depiction in the New
    • formation of the New Testament. If you don't do this, a far too
    • strong trivial tone enters into the New Testament. We can
    • reluctance is to perceive the New Testament in its total
    • given humanity on earth, but He brought it in a new way in
    • but I bring it in a new way. I bring it to you through what the
    • Father comes across in a different and in a newer way to the
    • truth, the New Testament does not become less beautiful,
    • facts everywhere in the New Testament where the Gospels were
    • alive and remain capable of becoming ever new and more rich. I

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