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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • Christianity was fixed as it were by the underlying
    • disappears, compared with the main current of Christian
    • the Christian philosophy of the Middle Ages, in particular of
    • pagan; the mother is a devout Christ. The mother did her best
    • to win the son over to Christianity. At first, the son attains
    • when Augustine turned from Neoplatonism to Christianity. Since
    • know Christianity. It is, actually, not at all a big leap, but
    • it is a natural development from Neoplatonism to Christianity.
    • One cannot judge the Christianity of Augustine if one does not
    • spiritual fight. The Christ Being appeared to lead the human
    • that one may say, Manichaeism is only a post-Christian
    • loneliness in which he got to know the Bible and Christianity,
    • soul states this appeared on earth in the person of Christ
    • historical tradition of Christ Jesus. There the One descended
    • Christianity. He really applied that which he had received from
    • Plotinism to understand Christianity and its contents. Thus, he
    • spiritual world from which Christ Jesus had come with
    • spiritual world above the human beings from which Christ comes.
    • Christianity interprets its contents with the help of
    • Christ Jesus with that which shone from Plotinism in his soul.
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • before Christianity was founded until the time of scholasticism
    • foundation of Christianity until High Scholasticism. In that
    • of Christianity in these centuries is the fact that the
    • human beings who wanted to deal with Christianity on one side
    • Christian held together with his church
    • spiritual development within the Christian current.
    • but absolutely with a Christian nuance. That became significant
    • for the Christian thinkers up to High Scholasticism how the
    • periods from which Christianity is born can cope with it quite
    • development during the first Christian centuries in such a way
    • leaders during the first Christian centuries, then it lived on
    • traditionally in the Christian-philosophical current of the
    • If one wants to get to Christ, one has to pass over to the
    • take up Christ in our intellect, if we take up something in our
    • themselves: how does Christ redeem the truth of the intellect
    • How do we become Christians to the core? Since the original sin
    • intellect must not be sinful. The question of Christology is
    • thinking be Christianised? How does Christ lead the human
    • so far with Christology that one could pursue the redemption
    • Scholasticism is a question: how does one bring Christology
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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • feel the Christ problem in intellectualism. The Christ problem
    • whole humanity. Christ dawns, I would like to say, in the
    • Christian mystics of the Middle Ages; but He does not dawn with
    • soul that it rejects that which should just be the Christian or
    • revelation of the divine substance is given in Christ.
    • Christ the intuition has become theophany, the
    • incarnation of God, hence, Christ's voice is God's voice and
    • Christ principle seriously as one would have taken the Christ
    • . This individualism is based on the Christ impulse,
    • human soul with the Christ impulse also in the intellectual
    • transforming Christ principle to find again our world of ideas,
    • the spiritual world with Christ in us. Should the world of
    • yet find the Christian principle of redemption in the world of
    • intellect that has the real relationship to Christ penetrates
    • From this viewpoint, Christianity of the
    • life. This is no pantheism, this is Christianity taken
    • Christianity again by Christianising the ideas that penetrate

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