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  • Title: Risen Christ: Cover Sheet
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    • THE RISEN CHRIST
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  • Title: Risen Christ: Back Cover
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    • priest in the Christian Community, the movement for religious renewal
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  • Title: Risen Christ: Publishers Note
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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • THE FALL FROM PARADISE AND ITS REDEMPTION BY CHRIST
    • first three Christian centuries have any thinking people presumed to
    • with the nature of the resurrection body of Christ. In order to trace
    • Gnostics — that sect in early Christian times which
    • Christianity, to that time when such matters were still discussed by
    • the seekers and also by the teachers of Christian thought and
    • Christ. If the Gnostic movement had survived it seems possible in the
    • light of history that knowledge of the cosmic nature of Christ might
    • that the fact of the incarnation of the cosmic Christ in the historic
    • the theory of “the apparent body of Christ,” a theory
    • Christ had really withdrawn from the body of Jesus before the
    • full indwelling of Christ in Jesus throughout the hours on the cross,
    • Then through the great act of Christ this impulse was undone.
    • towards understanding that body which Christ has turned into a
    • this reversal, and the activity we observe in Christ during his
    • the full significance of the redemptive act of Christ. We can see
    • understanding the Christian Mysteries. With these facts one may
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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • THE VISION OF CHRIST IN THE ETHERIC WORLD
    • what we describe as the Resurrection Body of Christ: also, that we
    • Resurrection Body of Christ can gradually, in a process extending
    • this gradual absorption of the resurrection forces of Christ into the
    • Presence of Christ in the etheric world of which Rudolf Steiner
    • The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World,
    • coming of Christ.” January 25th, 1910, however, was not
    • first spoke of the Etheric Christ in our time in Stockholm in
    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of the Ego-Consciousness
    • The Re-appearance of Christ in the Etheric.
    • that the first experiences of the Christ would take place. He says,
    • Christianity. In a members' meeting it may be permissible to
    • first appearance of Christ, its preparation through the birth of the
    • the body of Christ, the whole extending over approximately
    • thirty-three years. Looking at that one Christmas lecture where
    • you think of this first period of Christ's appearance on Earth
    • center. The Incarnation of Christ is like a stone thrown into the
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