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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • Christianity had affected European culture very much, when it
    • Christianity spreading into Europe from the East and South was
    • Christianity into Central Europe and also here in the North,
    • Christian impulse and what was brought to meet it from Northern
    • characteristic moral forces brought to Christianity as a moral
    • by the Europeans to Christianity; and the whole of the
    • Europeans. For, this reason it was difficult for Christianity
    • the European peoples of early pre-Christian times. Both these
    • the true form of Christianity. And many other persons
    • true Christianity.
    • the West Christianity has received so much are so little
    • Christ, and from this there came to him the forces through
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
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    • spiritual heights since the fifth century before Christ.
    • Christian era. This school was guided by certain human beings
    • their having taken into themselves the Christian impulse along
    • with it, were able in the early centuries of Christianity to
    • through Christianity. Then, after the pupils had been
    • they could receive the Christ-impulse in an advanced degree
    • followers of Saint Paul and received the Christ-impulse
    • received the Christ-impulse. Now the difference between these
    • not received the Christ-impulse but who had only gained the
    • received the Christ-impulse, in the next incarnation were such
    • that this Christ-impulse worked up further so that not only
    • was permeated and strengthened by the Christ-impulse.
    • Now how did this Christ-impulse work further in his next
    • this Christ-impulse approached the evil substance of the
    • Christ-impulse incorporated itself in this substance in such a
    • Christ-impulse had here revived in him and streamed forth
    • Christ-impulse had worked directly in him in the mysteries on
    • astral life the Christ power became particularly active within
    • personality who was permeated by the external power of Christ,
    • owing to his having sought for the Christ power, in his
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • expansion of Christianity to the north. They showed that among
    • became to spread Christianity. This instinctive valour
    • force of the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour
    • virtue: Love. It is that which, through the Christ-impulse, has
    • and, in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that
    • Through the Mystery of Golgotha Christ descended into earthly
    • forward in the right way. Now that the Christ-impulse is in the
    • the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus because the Christ-impulse
    • Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but that He is
    • Christ has entered into the Earth development through the deed
    • again and again: Christ is crucified anew as long as
    • interest exist. Since the Christ-impulse has permeated the
    • Christ-impulse and continue the crucifixion upon
    • cases where we use love, we add to the Christ-impulse, we help
    • fellow-men is our attitude towards the Christ-impulse
    • you do it to Christ. Whatever you do to men, in the present
    • condition of the earth's evolution, you do to Christ.’ This
    • Whereas the gods of pre-Christian times gave instinctive
    • Thereby the Christ-impulse will work powerfully in the world.
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