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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • Christ would come down, and that on earth he would know death.
    • the God who has come to know death and birth — the Christ.
    • the Pauline saying, “Not I, but the Christ in me.”
    • world with his Christianized thinking, to transform from
    • disintegrating, are being opposed by the Christ, Who through an
    • it is the most Christian of philosophies. Thus, one must place
    • other side of the scales a true recognition of Christ, a real
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact and Mysticism at the
    • provided one also stands fully on the ground of the Christ
    • soul; it is also what Christ taught his intimate
    • tell man nothing about death. They were to teach that Christ
    • death. Teachings about the birth and death of Christ have
    • original Christian mysteries, Christ Himself imparted to His
    • earthly death. In their true form the Christian mysteries
    • diluted. What Christ imparted to His intimate disciples after
    • Thus, the most fundamental revelation after the death of Christ



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