Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] NYTimes.com Article: Essay: For One Catholic, Passion Skews the Meaning of the Crucifixion
- " But if, as Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. Gibson have done, you take the Passion
out of its context, you are left with a Jesus who is much more body than
spirit; you are presented not with the author of the Beatitudes or the man
who healed the sick but with a carcass to be flayed."
Appearently, it doesn't take Anthroposophy to put your finger on the danger
of emphasizing the human in Jesus at the expense of the spirit of Christ.