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- Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
- humanity's development stands before his soul: the Christ
- of Christ, just as he is restrained in various other matters.
- Christ, as it were, to the point of a mere thought impulse, as
- he would go along with those who want to see Christ Jesus only
- actually proceed from the figure of Christ — one of
- by the Christ impulse and the resulting mixture of Christianity
- second millennium, the first Christian millennium. The Roman
- element is not the main thing for him, but rather the Christian
- everywhere at how the manifold Christ impulse makes itself
- felt. His conception of Christ is neither narrow. nor small,
- the Christ figure had undergone changes over the
- to demonstrate how the Christ impulse undergoes changes. He
- pointed out that people had always conceived of the Christ
- conceived of Christ once again in a narrow sense only.
- Herman Grimm's view, Christianity needed about a thousand years
- Christian one, in which we still find ourselves today. It is
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