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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Christianity. It is, however, a remarkable and interesting fact
    • of Christianity, was doubtless confronted with a very different
    • is, at the dawn of the Christian era, these two separate thought
    • In olden times before the Grecian or Christian
    • further even to the time of the spreading of Christianity.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • Christian era. Here, then, is one reason why this particular
    • Egyptians, down to less than 1000 years before the Christian era,
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact, I have gone more fully
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • Christ-impulse began to dominate Western thought. It is only in
    • we have gained through Christianity. Six hundred years after the
    • advent of the Great Buddha, there arose in Christendom a wholly
    • In Christendom, six hundred years after the
    • Christian trend of thought as follows: — From that part of the
    • Christian concept which is founded upon the stories in the Old
    • in Christendom we find man’s relation to the world to be of
    • following may be considered as the Christian’s point of
    • Christianity and studies deeply, learns that while history ran
    • Maya.’ But the Christian, on the other hand, would exclaim:
    • itself that is Maya.’ But the Christian says: — ‘It
    • overcome. The Christian exclaims: — ‘I have been placed
    • world. The Christian, therefore, is of opinion that in order to
    • It is in this way that the Christian feels that
    • Christian seeks liberation from his lower personality, and looks
    • Paul: — ‘Yet not I but Christ liveth in me’
    • and this desire he must overcome — he must away! The Christian,
    • We Christians dwell upon this earth equipped with
    • St. Paul, — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in me,’
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • lived at the time of the founding of Christianity, we realize at
    • St. Paul: — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in Me’
    • of life. From the Christ-Impulse, humanity has learnt that
    • St. Paul’s words: — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in
    • Christ-Source  — which underlies and is concentric with all
    • one who paved the way for Christianity; and we have learnt in
    • fitting receptacle replete with the essence of the Christ-Being.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • Christianity owes its foundation, for the most part, to that
    • true origin of Christianity is intimately connected with what
    • righteous founder of the Christian Faith; and the knowledge and
    • glorious inspiration which Christ Jesus Himself gave to His
    • events which ultimately led to the founding of Christianity. We
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • CHRIST
    • the name of Christ find no true and proper place.
    • Being to Whom the name of Christ has been given, are directly rooted
    • of the Christ-conception. This divergence may well be due to the
    • Christ-Movement into the world’s history, man’s power
    • of conception concerning the Christ-Being and the form which it
    • advent of Christianity into the world’s history, we realize
    • Christ. We find, however that the universal acceptance of these
    • short period as compared with that idea of The Christ which was,
    • enlightening to consider briefly those lofty Christ-concepts
    • the first centuries of the Christian era — not, be it
    • ideas which it has to put forward with regard to The Christ
    • extend far beyond the ancient gnosis of those early Christian
    • few centuries of the Christian era, this ancient gnosis put
    • forward the most profound ideas concerning the Christ-Being —
    • with the dawn of Christianity. This higher spiritual wisdom
    • maintained that the Christ-Being was eternal, and not alone
    • The old gnosis sought the Christ-Being in that
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  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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    • 6. Christ and the Twentieth Century
  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact.
    • Christ-Mystery, of which he had both inner knowledge and
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact — expressed himself as
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Christmas.
    • The Teachings of Wisdom in Christianity.
    • Buddha and Christ.
    • Christ and the twentieth century.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • speaks of in these lectures. The final lecture on Christ in
    • of the present and future human relation to the Christ, as
    • brought into mankind with respect to the Christ-Being, the
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • expound and develop a Christian interpretation of the Gospels and



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