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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • fundamental truth that “the Word became flesh and dwelt among
    • Steiner's own words. Again he asks the question, “Just
    • word about the resurrection body itself, that body which appeared as
    • words, it is the reconstituted paradisal organism of MAN.
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • will write the Greek word on the blackboard. Written in our alphabet
    • The comprehensive meaning of words which we find in ancient
    • Russian even more so. When we look up this word in a dictionary we
    • meaning. That is what happens in translating this keyword into the
    • the original text of the New Testament this word is used for those
    • the dead,” and so on. In other words, popular opinion connects
    • phrase “Last Judgment” we need not give the Greek word
    • well, this word for judgment. It is “Crisis,”
    • which is just the old Greek word spelled in English letters. You need
    • only put that word into the context of the New Testament and you get
    • Now the Greek word for
    • eternal is aeon; again a word which has been taken into modern
    • word to that whole sphere, the Greek word nephele from which
    • living grain. The Greek word for cloud, nephele, does include
    • modern science in these matters. They had three words for “life:”



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