Re: [anthroposophy] What's the significance of Jesus/Christ?
- Dear Evert
Christ gave to mankind the possibility to walk, speak and think,, later he came to earth and
walked, spoke and thought.
That made a big difference to him and to us. We still have a special relationship to him in
the early years in which we learn those skills. In Steiner work, a lot is about to think, also
to speak and walk, as in the arts of "Speech formation" and eurythmy.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Evert Hoff" <evert.hoff@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2003 9:06 PM
Subject: [anthroposophy] What's the significance of Jesus/Christ?
This is an Easter question. Each Easter I try to figure out what all
this fuss about Jesus/Christ is about. I've read what Steiner wrote
about the Gospels, but don't quite get the message. All I have is what I
heard in a Christian church as a child - but what they told me never
made sense to me and I later abandoned it completely. So, I have in my
head a lot of conflicting messages about what the significance of
Jesus/Christ actually was.
Could someone please tell me, IN SIMPLE TERMS, what all this stuff about
Jesus/Christ really means from an Anthroposophical perspective?
Thanks in advance,
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