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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • For quite large layers of humanity, it is simply impossible to
    • outwardly. This is quite clear to see. Don't forget these
    • quite unlearned. They argue that the things they are discussing
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • can live quite within this present day atheistic scientific
    • in the Mysteries: then everything was quite similar to popular
    • participation in the ritual something quite positive.
    • Gospels are to be taken up quite differently to any other
    • ethical law flow together as one, so that quite a different
    • However, the changes of the future will be quite different to
    • relationships in life in quite a different manner to the kind
    • Rudolf Steiner: Logically that is not quite untrue, but
    • quite separated from Anthroposophy? How must that person be? It
    • has to say is quite insignificant. Otherwise we have to regard
    • lecturer has said that the Waldorf School is quite nice if only
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • the earth as green, in the depths of the earth, as quite
    • ‘human-being’ is not quite correct, nor is
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • and basically it is quite natural that even with much goodwill,
    • also applies to the Words of the Gospels taking on quite a
    • way as to ask oneself: Can you, when you are quite honest in
    • there on quite a mundane level then we could translate it in



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