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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • death. He introduces this subject by pointing out that death in the animal
    • exists. Then he points out the spiritual problem posed by the fact
    • corrupted human nature that it must die? I think we may point to four
    • itself is only a focal point for the fact that as a result of The
    • one can point in this matter of the senses is that of the whole
    • point to the whole sphere of metabolism, particularly that of
    • Steiner points to the first beginnings of man's spiritual
    • ordinary scientific point of view. I believe we have reason to
    • at will. In that cycle Steiner also points out in detail how in the
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • point (which Dr. Steiner fixed as April 3rd, AD 33), you
    • cosmos in the Saturn rhythm until they reached the furthest point in
    • from a particular point of view play a large part in interpreting the
    • almost take the four meanings as the points of a meditation. You know
    • points and leaving it to his pupils to work them out into meditative
    • an astronomical event, the movement of the vernal point of the Sun,
    • four. It means a fundamental turning-point of Earth evolution as far
    • turning-point of Earth evolution. And how fast are we moving towards
    • pointed to his eyes. “They are a kind of microscope, or
    • Christ is accompanied by any such violence. The main point of
    • however, there are other points of comparison. He was a seeker but

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