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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • place of Jesus in the last moment) or, as other Gnostics taught,
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • considered last week. I will take my start from one sentence in the
    • the Last Judgment, or the Eternal Judgment. And here we perhaps come
    • phrase “Last Judgment” we need not give the Greek word
    • cosmic, inherited instinct; in a sense, the last remnants of what we
    • planet Earth will be decided! It is not the Last Judgment, but that
    • And now one last remark
    • occurs that phrase “The Last Day,” and here the
    • a European custom referring, in business jargon, to the Last Day, or
    • the concept of “The Last Day” in the New Testament, which
    • be Last Days in human history whose characteristics are that accounts
    • rapidly towards such a Last Day. But the great thing is that human
    • a perfect imitation of it — in plaster of paris, or plastic of any kind
    • generally would have seen the difference, because the last remnants
    • plastic material. There you can still study the etheric formative
    • some time with the last lectures which Rudolf Steiner gave in the
    • outside our ranks. But, as I said last week, we do have a heavy
    • we did last time, with the suggestion that whatever we may be, to be

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