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According to Luke: The Gospel of Compassion and Love Revealed

by Rudolf Steiner

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10 lectures, Basel, September 15-26, 1909 (CW 114)Rudolf Steiner was born with clairvoyant capacities, but it was not until he was forty that he could connect his inner experiences with Jesus Christ. After that "solemn festival of knowledge," as he described it in his Autobiography, Steiner received ceaseless revelations about the significance of the Christ's incarnation. For the next twenty years, he spoke of the hidden background to all four gospels, the Book of Revelations, and even what he called the Fifth Gospel, read directly from the spirit worlds. These lectures present the most accessible and illuminating of Steiner's revelations about the significance of the Christ for the spiritual development of humanity. He discusses the link between the Buddha and the Christ, which unites Buddhism and Christianity--not in theory but in the spiritual activities of those two beings. Steiner also describes the relationship between the Greek Mystery traditions and the Mystery of Golgotha: "A sign was to be placed before them as well, a sign that would now be enacted before the eyes of all humankind. The 'mystical death, ' which had been a ceremonial act in the Mystery temples for hundreds and thousands of years, would now be presented on the great stage of world history. Everything that had taken place in the secrecy of initiation temples was brought into the open as a single event on Golgotha." Utilizing a historical overview, revealing the relationship between the great religious traditions, and how they have conspired together for the good of humanity, Steiner never loses sight of the Gospel's great inner meaning, as echoed in the Gospel of St. Luke: "The revelation of the spiritual worlds from the Heights and its answering reflection from human hearts brings peace to all whose purpose upon the evolving Earth is to develop good will."Contents: Introduction by Robert A. McDermott The Four Gospels in the Light of Anthroposophy The Luke Gospel As an Expression of Love and Compassion Buddha's Contribution to Humanity Formation of the Nathan-Jesus Child Contributions of the Nathan Jesus from Buddha and Zarathustra Elijah, John the Baptist, and Zarathustra Christ, the Great Mystery of Earth Evolution Illness and Healing in Luke and in the Evolution of Consciousness Christ and Maitreya buddha Robert A. McDermott's descriptive outline of Steiner's Lectures on Luke… (more)
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EL EVANGELIO SEGÚN SAN LUCAS

Vivimos en una época en la que el alma humana se aviene cada
vez menos a compenetrarse del contenido de la Biblia, a
diferencia de lo que ocurriera en la evolución cultural europea
de los últimos cuatro o cinco siglos.

Y la humanidad habrá de acoger la ciencia espiritual, y por
medio de ella una comprensión del Libro de los Libros, o llegará
a un punto en que perderá la aptitud para leerla, como ya está
sucediendo con muchos que desconocen la Antroposofía.

Y esto, así avizorado por Rudolf Steiner, pónese de relieve con
vigor y magistral exposición en los diez capítulos de esta obra,
correspondientes a otras tantas disertaciones del insigne maestro
sobre: Los distintos aspectos de la iniciación; La crónica del Akasha
y la misión de los Bodisatvas y del Buda.

El budismo en el Evangelio de Lucas; El nuevo Adán y la
individualidad de Zoroastro; Budismo y zaratustrismo confluyen
en el acontecimiento de Palestina; Buda, Moisés, Elías y Juan;
Los dos niños Jesús.
- Vishva Karman, Ahura Mazdao, Cristo-; Las fuerzas espirituales
de la humanidad -el advenimiento del CristoLa Ley del Sinai
- La fuerza del amor-y Los reinos celestes en el nacimiento
virgineo -El Evangelio del amor, la fe y la esperanza.

He aquí un llamado a la humanidad toda: conservar
estudiándolos, los inmensos valores espirituales de la Biblia.
Vitalizar fervorosamente en nosotros el Mensaje trascendente
y único del Cristo Jesús.

Y primordialmente, procurar que el mundo reciba los documentos
bíblicos en su forma correcta, a fin de asegurar de una vez y para
siempre su vigencia total.
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10 lectures, Basel, September 15-26, 1909 (CW 114)Rudolf Steiner was born with clairvoyant capacities, but it was not until he was forty that he could connect his inner experiences with Jesus Christ. After that "solemn festival of knowledge," as he described it in his Autobiography, Steiner received ceaseless revelations about the significance of the Christ's incarnation. For the next twenty years, he spoke of the hidden background to all four gospels, the Book of Revelations, and even what he called the Fifth Gospel, read directly from the spirit worlds. These lectures present the most accessible and illuminating of Steiner's revelations about the significance of the Christ for the spiritual development of humanity. He discusses the link between the Buddha and the Christ, which unites Buddhism and Christianity--not in theory but in the spiritual activities of those two beings. Steiner also describes the relationship between the Greek Mystery traditions and the Mystery of Golgotha: "A sign was to be placed before them as well, a sign that would now be enacted before the eyes of all humankind. The 'mystical death, ' which had been a ceremonial act in the Mystery temples for hundreds and thousands of years, would now be presented on the great stage of world history. Everything that had taken place in the secrecy of initiation temples was brought into the open as a single event on Golgotha." Utilizing a historical overview, revealing the relationship between the great religious traditions, and how they have conspired together for the good of humanity, Steiner never loses sight of the Gospel's great inner meaning, as echoed in the Gospel of St. Luke: "The revelation of the spiritual worlds from the Heights and its answering reflection from human hearts brings peace to all whose purpose upon the evolving Earth is to develop good will."Contents: Introduction by Robert A. McDermott The Four Gospels in the Light of Anthroposophy The Luke Gospel As an Expression of Love and Compassion Buddha's Contribution to Humanity Formation of the Nathan-Jesus Child Contributions of the Nathan Jesus from Buddha and Zarathustra Elijah, John the Baptist, and Zarathustra Christ, the Great Mystery of Earth Evolution Illness and Healing in Luke and in the Evolution of Consciousness Christ and Maitreya buddha Robert A. McDermott's descriptive outline of Steiner's Lectures on Luke

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