A Miracle for Our Time: Studies in Esoteric Christianity
Inspired by the teachings of Rudolf Steiner, Lona Truding presents a mature study of esoteric Christian philosophy. She begins with the primordial Garden of Eden and then examines the missions of Christian Rosenkreutz, Mani, Joan of Arc, St. Paul, St. Francis, and Raphael. She then contemplates the mysterious acts of healing performed by Christ, as described in the Gospels. She ends with an examination of the Christian core of Steiner's Philosophy of Spiritual Activity (Intuitive Thinking As a Spiritual Path).
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