163Re: [steiner] Which Gospel?
- Dec 1, 2000What consensus? There still are some who want to use the Gospel of St. John in Relation to the Other Gospels.
Is this going to be decided by a majority vote or by the moderator? Just wondering?
"Duncan J. Fernando" wrote:
Nice to hear from you. There does seem to be a
consensus developing for the collection of 1908 lectures.
I've just ordered a copy, and should receive it within the
next two weeks.
I presume that the first night of Christmas is the night
of the 25th, and the last night is the night of 5th January.
As for the structure, one suggestion I would make
is for a number of members to take on the responsibility of
summarizing a chapter of the book, these summaries will be
posted at intervals during the 12 nights, and other members
post their responses.
Can someone tell us how many chapters (including
preface or introduction) there are in the book?
I'll check whether there is some sort of calendar at
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gisele Deibeck" <Fioredortica@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 11:28 PM
Subject: Re: [steiner] Which Gospel?
> Hi! I also meant "The Gospel of St. John" of 1908,I
> had been willing to read it for a long time but
> somehow it never came into my hands. This should be a
> great opportunity for me, John the Evangelist is my
> favourite and a study group linking people across
> continents during the magic period of the
> year...well,i just find it breath taking!
> How do we structure it?
> I have never done it before (I mean the twelve
> nights),and I have even forgot which date is the first
> one...could anyone remind me? Thanks,
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