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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Summary by Bobby Matherne
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    • received the Ten Commandments. The second revelation he calls the
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • Further out we find the so-called etheric body, and still further
    • Many of those who, on account of their so-called scientific
    • faith, which from another aspect can be called the astral body, so are
    • called it, the etheric body, the body of life-forces. For the chief
    • This shriveling of the forces of love can also be called a shriveling
    • forces we need emphatically as life-giving forces are those of hope,
    • or not we shall be physically alive. We do, however, know one thing
    • — that if we are physically alive the next day there will be
    • materialistically say: The Christ, reckoning with the weaknesses,
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • feature of our age as something affecting us merely theoretically or
    • scientifically; as Anthroposophists we must rise to an ever fuller
    • “Formerly our souls could rise to the world we call that of the
    • those now going through the world apathetically, ignoring what
    • fifth post-Atlantean culture-epoch, the Graeco-Latin, as it is called.
    • but actually they are more ready to do so than those calling
    • giving it thereby the character of ardent faith. We have only to call
    • be interpreted as the reflection of faith in what we may call the
    • different form — different even from that which can be called
    • call the successor of Gautama Buddha, was incarnated in the
    • greatest teacher of the good. For that reason he has been called in
    • magically, the nature of the Mystery of Golgotha. Hence in this
    • connection also we are approaching what we may call the future moral
    • the reflection of what we call hope; when, strengthened through the



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