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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • to Thee if Thou art the son of God.” But as Lucifer
    • heard only that there is a God, a God behind all things,
    • a God whom he must serve... but more he did not know. But
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • God of the Earth, conceives the this Divine-Spiritual
    • God of the Earth. The ancient Hebrew conception that
    • higher worlds for the Gods they worshipped, the
    • ancient Hebrews sought and worshipped their God Jehovah
    • God of Hebrew antiquity was the God of the
    • Hebrews said: We worship the one true God and the one
    • true God is connected with the Earth. —
    • God” must always imply the same. Because,
    • Jehovah is an Earth God, who works in the
    • therefore also a Moon God, as described in the book
    • when they spoke of their God, but it was indeed so.
    • upwards for the Gods.
    • that your God Jehovah who is the God of Abraham, Isaac,
    • and Jacob, is a God of the Earth — as witnessed by
    • God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob could return to his
    • think of such words in the Bible as:“God is able of
    • of humanity involved adherence to the God of the Earth;
    • foolishness that can be wisdom before God.
    • to the Earth alone and to find in Christ the God of the
    • ancient “Out of God we are born” we
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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • lectures we have heard how in its world of Gods and
    • perceive in the figure of Apollo the idea that the God
    • the God Who sacrificed Himself at that time by uniting
    • Apollo is the ‘Sun God.’

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