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5597Fw: [steiner] A new group in Charleston SC

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  • Durward Starman
    Nov 28, 2012
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: drstarman@...
      Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 03:31:43
      To: Susan Mohler<susanmohler2012@...>
      Reply-To: drstarman@...
      Subject: Re: [steiner] A new group in Charleston SC

      How about how science satisfies our need to know up to a point, but how religion, which should take up where science leaves off ("Why are we here?"), really isn't giving us satisfying answers anymore. We modern people want more than what a Christian church gives--- it's incomplete, missing something, namely the knowledge part. Ministers can be nice people and have faith, but blind faith isn't enough for us and they have no real answers. Spirit-science has them. -starman
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Susan Mohler <susanmohler2012@...>
      Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2012 16:25:28
      To: <steiner@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: [steiner] A new group in Charleston SC


      We are very fortunate to have Traute Paige a long time anthroposophist as our guiding member and class reader. I have started a website: anthroposophysc.com and we are hoping to grow the work here. We also have a second study group who is taking up the Three Fold Order. My question for this group is: "Why study anthroposophy?" Now I know why I study the work of RS and I am pretty sure folks in this group also know the answer for themselves,  but what do you say to someone who never heard of RS or anthroposophy? How do you start a new work in an area like the deep South with a predominate mind set of fundamentalism? Any thoughts or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
      All the best