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103- The Gospel of John - Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner narrates in his unmistakable style the unspeakable story of the human phenomenon called Jesus Christ.


Publisher:Anthroposophical Publishing


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103- The Gospel of John - Rudolf Steiner


One of the fundamental texts in Rudolf Steiner's work to get closer to understanding the deepest of the Gospels, and at the same time to see the connections between traditional religious revelation and the new spiritual science, or anthroposophy.

«The Gospel of John contains the force that makes the soul itself progress...» - Rudolf Steiner

12th conference: Hamburg, 18-31 May 1908

  • The doctrine of the Logos.
  • Christian esotericism.
  • Earth's mission.
  • The awakening of Lazarus.
  • The seven degrees of initiation.
  • The I-am.
  • The mystery of Golgotha.
  • The evolution of man compared to Christ.
  • The prophets.
  • The Christ Impulse.
  • Christian initiation.
  • The Virgin Sophia and the Holy Spirit.


Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner was an Austrian philosopher, architect and reformist. He was the founder of anthroposophy, an esoteric current that mixes various dictates of the theosophical and German philosophical-idealist schools of the time. From the early years of his cultural education, Steiner aspired to find the perfect synthesis between mysticism and science.

This continuous research led him, after obtaining his doctorate, to move from Vienna to Weimar to work at the Goethe und Schiller Archiv, the Goethe archive. This work allowed him to publish the essay "Introduction to Goethe's Scientific Writings" and to develop his personal vision of the world.

In 1894, he published his most important essay, "The Philosophy of Freedom", which proposed a revolutionary concept for the time: the discovery that thought can lead to the realization of the spirit of the world.

The tome did not achieve much success but Steiner had created a solid foundation for the knowledge of the spirit, and he felt able to carry out his research in this field without any hesitation. Furthermore, the work on "The Philosophy of Freedom" allowed him to solve a series of enigmas about existence that had persecuted him for some time.

The insights contained in "The Philosophy of Freedom" are the basis of Steiner's legacy and have contributed essentially to the development of modern sciences. In particular of Medicine. In fact, Steiner was responsible for the Waldorf school movement, which created an educational approach based on understanding and love.

Today, Waldorf schools are all over the world.

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