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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • man's evolution, it may well be that we shall best understand what is
    • their evolution will look upon it merely as imagination run wild or as
    • evolution of mankind, and His becoming visible in various places.
    • It is characteristic of human evolution, however, that old attributes
    • of men, not closely connected with spiritual evolution, gradually lose
    • significance. When we consider human evolution since the Atlantean
    • race. But the concept of race in relation to human evolution is
    • human evolution understands also that the coming appearance of Christ
    • evolution knowledge has been gained through ordinary science. These
    • would soon see what it means for evolution. By losing the forces of
    • facts are appearing in human evolution. They will then continue their
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • realisation that men, in their evolution, are neglecting something
    • the course of evolution ever since the old Atlantean period. But for
    • epoch of human evolution, when the great events were taking place in
    • to the spiritual worlds. In relation to earthly evolution as a whole,
    • up with the whole progress of human evolution — that only in this
    • belonging to the childish stage of human evolution.” It may well
    • the next period of human evolution this will grow to maturity. If the



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