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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • that mysterious god who was reached when man merged himself ever
    • ‘But ye, God’s sons in love and
    • which Goethe formed of ‘God’s sons’ as the
    • religious systems which were founded upon mysticism, the Gods and
    • Goddesses were in reality, antithetical symbols of two opposing
    • God sends us Spirits that shine as
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • Gods, of whom the most important are Osiris and Isis, are
    • Gods.
    • above external laws. As an example we have the fable of the god
    • and goddess, Osiris and Isis. It was Hermes himself who called
    • sea. The goddess Isis, wife and sister of Osiris, sought long her
    • looked upon as related to different gods. The ancient Egyptians
    • primordial forces of the gods. For they looked back into the grey
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • this world is of God, and has come down to man from primeval
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • actual presence of his God. Then it was that a Voice said: —
    • man who believed in his God was, nevertheless, convinced that the
    • thou still retain thine integrity?) curse God, and die.’
    • allegorical tragedy, and of the words: — ‘Curse God, and
    • die’? It is here implied that, — If the God Whom you
    • who turns away from his God, places himself without the pale of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • still a belief in One God — in One Great Spiritual Being in the
    • supersensible God may only be described by saying: — ‘It
    • the workings of the God Jehovah, as conceived from their
    • starvation, and many turned aside from the God Jehovah, because
    • Jehovah. True devotion to God and a proper comprehension of the
    • come the revelation of such a God, must first take place in the
    • believe in the ancient Jahveh-God; and that he must hold fast to
    • will of Jahveh the God of old to come with affliction,
    • steadfast of faith in the Lord God.’
    • soul there arose an image of God Himself, in that form and manner
    • God Jahveh must ye have faith, until such time as He may again
    • inner contemplation of that God who had revealed Himself to him
    • character; for an image of that God who dwelt within his soul
    • of God this nutriment was brought by ravens. Thus did
    • wholly new concept of God’s image, then must thou change
    • stand in the presence of that God who had revealed Himself before
    • appeared to him that his God, who had again manifested, set him
    • that may yet come to pass trust alone in that God Who doth create
    • upon the people, and it must now be determined to which God they
    • judgment should be made between the god of Ahab and the God of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • attributes, and therefrom arose a Godlike inner life shedding
    • before. For all that Godlike stimulating power which was brought
    • refer to Him as a God ‘; and again to this remarkable
    • line of research admits of no reality in this God or purely
    • god. To put it plainly, we would say: — Modern scientific
    • absolutely no use; for what can it do with a God in Whom it has
    • enlightenment proclaiming his Godlike origin and the eternity of
    • marked by the magnitude and Godlike nature of the spiritual facts
    • be thus expressed: — Seek not the Deity and the Godlike
    • cometh unto thee the Word of God. His voice will break in upon
    • because of the Mystery of Golgatha, the powers which are of God
    • forth as a grand historical event. But especially does God speak
    • Godlike qualities in man are lacking in completeness and fail to
    • in the beginning was the same Godlike element which has continued
    • God’s children. But seek it not in the bond which uniteth
    • The Gods of old were national gods — gods of the
    • Buddhists. But the God who stands revealed through Christianity
    • Christ Jesus we are concerned with a God; and when any
    • creation, for he will realize that God’s laws are ever
    • God’s prize.’
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • effort and by travail, that the Mystery of Golgotha — God's own



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