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  • Title: Introductory Note: The Gospel of St. John
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    • Christliche Mysterium”. A few days later in Berlin he
    • they contain essential material concerning Christology, they
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • relevant to the life of the founder of Christianity. They are
    • general picture of the life of Christ Jesus. On the other
    • as it was born in him through the impact of Christianity.
    • could be taken as Christian historical facts.
    • explaining symbolically the Christ myth and the Bible in
    • that related to the life of the founder of Christianity, and
    • was the founder of Christianity could not readily be
    • Christian mystics so often expressed in profound and
    • Christ were born in Bethlehem a thousand times
    • an inner experience of Christ — there is the
    • it down says of Christ (the words are not to be taken
    • the life of Christ Jesus as John describes it from his own
    • is told us of the founder of Christianity is not authentic.
    • see genius. Although one learns the truth of Christ Jesus
    • relationship between Christ Jesus and the divine man that
    • which in its fullness represents the Christ. When you know
    • in order to experience the Christ, his own higher divine
    • Christ Jesus but a biography of the developing human soul.
    • only makes people into Christians but enables them to awaken
  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • make it alive in us, we come to know the Christian
    • Christian initiation has similarities with other ways of
    • Christian initiation.
    • pupil of the Christian initiation has to undergo seven
    • feet, the first stage of a Christian initiation. Christ
    • second stage of the Christian initiation is the
    • disciple who bears witness that Christ lives. Now the higher
    • Christian mystic. He feels as though the whole earth was part
    • Gospel is a description of this Christian path of initiation.
    • time is divided into before and after Christ.
    • Christianity attains its real meaning when it is followed as
    • be lived inwardly. The Christian spirit has to be experienced
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • deeply into the essence of Christianity, and has shown us
    • Christian document. We have seen that it should not be read
    • the birth of Christianity.
    • last lecture we came to know the Christian initiation, but it
    • was not Christianity that first made initiation possible. At
    • Christianity all these things became more inward. Since
    • Christianity has provided us with such documents as the John
    • pre-Christian times available. One had to be introduced into
    • practised far into the Christian era. For a long time it was
    • at the time of the birth of Christianity it still had a
    • Christianity knows nothing of this teaching of reincarnation.
    • manifest. Can this be reconciled with true Christianity? No.
    • Christianity would be morally degraded. Interpreted
    • answered him, ‘We have heard out of the law that Christ
    • fundamental Christian truth: I am the Way, the Truth and the
    • Christian mystical truth — “I am the Way, the
    • recognise Christ through their higher comprehension. When
    • conception. Christ will reappear in the world. The doctrine
    • Christ, reincarnation was generally accepted. Life between
    • Christ, and the present day. Those living then, appear again
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