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Soul's Long Journey How the Bible Reveals Reincarnation

By: SMITH, EDWARD REAUGH

Price: $45.00

Publisher: United States, Anthroposophic Press Inc: 2003

Seller ID: 1148

ISBN: 0880105356


Here are amazing insights showing reincarnation to be deeply and powerfully revealed in the Bible's most fundamental aspects. How and why have these insights escaped attention for so long? At last, they are uncovered here by a confluence of conventional Bible study and the epochal spiritual discoveries of Rudolf Steiner. With particular emphasis on the organic provisions of the Old Testament, Smith shows both what the assumptions of the Master's hearers were and how the New Testament confirms the ancient heritage. Arising from the fullness of the canon is an exciting story of the long journey ... View more info

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David's Question "What is Man?" Psalm 8

By: SMITH, EDWARD REAUGH

Price: $70.00

Publisher: United States, Anthroposophic Press Inc: 2001

Seller ID: 1125

ISBN: 0880105003


Illustrations If ultimately there is only one reality, then neither religion nor science can be fulfilled until they come together on a higher plane. In this second volume of his authoritative, anthroposophical commentary on the Bible, Edward Reaugh Smith shows that there is no difference between true science and the divine intelligence sought by true religion. The model for such a union of science and religion is the spiritual science developed by Rudolf Steiner. In this union, the things the senses show us about the physical world, though keenly observed and allowed to speak for themse... View more info

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Incredible Births of Jesus

By: SMITH, EDWARD REAUGH

Price: $20.00

Publisher: United States, Anthroposophic Press Inc: 2002

Seller ID: 907

ISBN: 0880104481


A lifetime of studying and teaching the Bible, in a restless search for its deeper meaning, eventually lead Edward IL Smith to a reference to Rudolf Steiner. With characteristic intensity and skilled research techniques from careers as a tax lawyer and successful business person, Smith works to bring the insights he discovered in anthroposophy, or spiritual science, to the heart of mainstream Christianity. In The Burning Bush, the first volume of his anthroposophical commentary on the Bible, the author began this immense task.This book focuses on the Nativity and the amazing events that off... View more info

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Temple Sleep of the Rich Young Ruler How Lazarus Became the Evangelist John

By: SMITH, EDWARD REAUGH

Price: $65.00

Publisher: United States, Anthroposophic Press Inc: 2012

Seller ID: 12107

ISBN: 0880107324


"A bold undertaking! Smith aims at a broad synthesis of the teachings of the early twentieth-century esoteric philosopher Rudolf Steiner with the ancient mysteries, certain religio-philosophical texts in the Nag Hammadi Library, pre-Constantinian esoteric Christianity, and the Secret Gospel of Mark.... The brief excerpts from the Secret Gospel, quoted in the Letter of Clement to Theodore, fit well the esoteric fabric out of which Christianity emerged in its earliest days. In his excellent legal analysis of the failed "proofs" offered by Stephen Carlson and Peter Jeffery that the Se... View more info

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Disciple Whom Jesus Loved Unveiling the Author of John's Gospel

By: SMITH, EDWARD REAUGH

Price: $20.00

Publisher: United States, Anthroposophic Press Inc: 2000

Seller ID: 1113

ISBN: 0880104864


Who was John? What Edward Smith has to say on this vexed topic is both extraordinarily suggestive and remarkably conclusive. Covering a broad range, the author masterfully supplies us with a range of collateral materials that are always interesting in themselves as well as necessary to the larger discussion. Because this little book began its life as a talk to an audience of non-specialists, it is blessedly free of jargon and reader-friendly. Yet this is not to say it lacks depth, sophistication, and bite. Indeed, within the field of study it addresses, it works a quietly profound revoluti... View more info