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Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] NYTimes.com Article: Essay: For One Catholic, ’Passion’ Skews the Meaning of the Crucifixion

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  • at@ael...
    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
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 28, 2004
      " 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.

      Daniel
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