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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • John, as described in the Bible, is as vivid and clear a picture
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • outstanding individuality, for through the Bible we are all
    • it can be gleaned from the Bible — nevertheless, when we look
    • which arise, because of the manner in which the Bible tradition
    • application, expended upon separate sections of the Bible, in
    • carried, the more did they tend to place the Bible beyond the
    • Bible was dissected and split up, particularly in the case of the
    • certain passage occurring in one part of the Bible owed its
    • continuance of that vivifying influence which the Bible is
    • proper understanding of the Bible, and in this relation it puts
    • the Bible through the medium of Spiritual Science, that we
    • with many of the graphic narratives found in the Bible; more
    • Moses. On the one hand, we have the Bible with its apparently
    • presuppose that the Bible narrative was based upon actual and
    • manner in which Bible narratives are expressed. It appears that a
    • The Bible account of the finding of Moses
    • 1 Viewed in this light the Bible story
    • this act, as is indicated in the Bible. From this graphic
    • From the Bible we learn that he was one of those mysterious
    • portrayed in the Bible, is recognized by all who are advanced in
    • that the author of the Bible narrative is at great pains to
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • with the Bible as a source, and such references will only occur
    • familiar to us from the Bible, and in order that my subject may
    • reality, this was none other than he who, in the Bible records,
    • apparent later. In the Bible this particular character [upon
    • Naboth of the Bible, the physical bearer of the spiritual
    • great spirit known in the Bible as Elijah the prophet. Then it
    • Bible account concerning Ahab and Elijah is a mere exaggeration,
    • Bible, told Jezebel about those events which had taken place upon
    • In the Bible the position is so represented that
    • passage in the Bible (I Kings, xxi, 4), where it is written:
    • she contrived to compass his murder; as is related in the Bible
    • his murderer. In the Bible we can read the dreadful words which
    • At this point I shall quote the Bible literally,
    • not a place or locality, and it is not intended in the Bible that
    • have been chosen [in the Bible at this point such as Beth-el and
    • the Bible, but in such a manner that we have to drag out its
    • successor of Elijah. In the Bible (I Kings, ii, 15) we read: —-
    • Bible.
    • that the people were told, as may be gathered from the Bible,
    • in the Bible continues as follows: — ‘And the word of the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Nazareth was baptized by John, and which is recorded in the Bible
    • no faith? External science has merely proved that the Bible
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Wisdom and the Bible.
    • Wisdom and the Bible (continued).
    • Wisdom and The Bible (Old Testament).
    • Wisdom and The Bible (New Testament).
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • occurring in the Bible, and in connection with certain religious

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