Re: Anthroposophy and Catholicism
- Hello. R. Steiner was fond of the TRINITY
and of Angel Hierarchies. Therefore there are
some connections with catholicism...schuh
--- In email@example.com, "gaelman58"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Tarjei Straume
> <cyberuncle@c...> wrote:
> > At 19:20 30.09.2004, Gaelman wrote:
> > >In the above Steiner criticizes the Catholic Church AND the
> > >Anthroposophical Movement for "sectarian somnolence"...he says
> > >negative about dogmatic theology nor the sacraments...kind of
> > >them, doesn't he?...inclusive is an antonym of sectarian...now,
> what's a
> > >good synonym for inclusive?
> > Frankly, I think you should ask Peter Staudenmaier. When he was on
> > list, I decided at one point that further dialogues with him were
> > fruitless waste of time. You have earned the same 'honor', so you
> > apparently have some things in common.
> > Tarjei
> I have no idea who this Staudenmaier guy is...your little resolve
> will require a measure of character...seems to me the HMS
> Arachnosophia is running up the white flag.
- Gaelman wrote:
> Some time ago the fellow from Argentina referred to cowards sittingYup, he's the real McCoy! Have a boilermaker, G, you'll feel better.
> at computers. Now a man who says "you're full of shit", "that makes
> you a coward" sitting at his computer would be an example of this.
> Now the facts would be these: The generalities people make about
> the Irish are for the most part true. Were we together, you'd take
> one look at this blue-eyed, stand-up middleweight and out of
> prudence you'd curb your tongue.
- At 18:31 01.10.2004, Herbert Schumacher wrote:
>Hello. R. Steiner was fond of the TRINITY and of Angel Hierarchies.Of course there are. Up until the Reformation, Christianity was largely
>Therefore there are some connections with catholicism...schuh
connected to the Catholic Church. Thomas Aquinas was the intellectual
representative of church theology, which was based upon Biblical texts
interpreted through "The Philosopher", Aristotle. So in the individuality
who lived in Aristotle, Aquinas, and Steiner, we have the very architect of
Christian intellectual thinking.
With the above in mind, we can see the revolutionary aspect of Steiner's
message in a proper perspective. He valued the richness of history and art
and rituals that the church testifies to, but he also expressed the
necessity for the Christ Impulse to free itself from the clutches of its
dogmatic theology and passion for authority. What rituals are concerned,
these have been replaced by those of the CC. We also have new impulses of
architecture and art; the RC is a museum, a mirror of the past.
Keep also in mind that the RC killed many of rhe true Christian prophets,
burned them on the stake, tortured them to death and so on. The history of
the church is a blood-stained path indeed, just like Islam. Of course there
are connections between spiritual science and traditional religions; the
former prepresents the future development of the latter. Old monotheistic
religions are becoming increasingly decadent, primarily because
unquestioned authority and blind obedience belong to the past.
- --- In email@example.com, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> Gaelman wrote:
> > Some time ago the fellow from Argentina referred to cowards
> > at computers. Now a man who says "you're full of shit", "thatmakes
> > you a coward" sitting at his computer would be an example ofthis.
> > Now the facts would be these: The generalities people makeabout
> > the Irish are for the most part true. Were we together, you'dtake
> > one look at this blue-eyed, stand-up middleweight and out ofbetter.
> > prudence you'd curb your tongue.
> Yup, he's the real McCoy! Have a boilermaker, G, you'll feel
You've compared him to a guy by the name of McCoy...hummmmm...and I
can't tell you how offended I am by your politically insensitive
remark about the Irish which everyone is simply not true...Dottie,
at this point the Pinnochio remark is pertinent.