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The Christian Community

  1. The Christian Community is a church centered around the seven sacraments in their renewed form.
  2. The Christian community is a social fact, and in the Sermon on the Mount Jesus outlines the qualities cherished by that community.


  1. Anthroposophy is a course of study founded by Rudolf Steiner that he described as "spiritual science".
  2. Anthroposophy is a doctrine about hidden, spiritual realities.
  3. Anthroposophy is a knowledge produced by the higher self in man.
  4. Anthroposophy is a method of investigating what exists, it is not the thing investigated.
  5. Anthroposophy is a mystical system that generally involves the study of spiritual science. (Web site)

Rudolf Steiner

  1. Rudolf Steiner was a charismatic, spiritualistic lecturer.
  2. Rudolf Steiner was also led to recognize the new presence and activity of the Christ. (Web site)
  3. Rudolf Steiner was born in 1861 and died in 1925. (Web site)
  4. Rudolf Steiner was born in Croatia in 1861 and died in 1925. (Web site)
  5. Rudolf Steiner was born in Kraljevec (then in Austria, now in Jugoslavia) in 1861, and died in Dornach, Switzerland in 1925.

Christian Theology

  1. This drawback may be overridden by reading Placher's 'History of Christian Theology' first, or alternatively, as a companion book.
  2. Alister McGrath's internationally-acclaimed Christian Theology: An Introduction is one of the most widely used textbooks in Christian theology.
  3. McGrath has offered a good overview of Christian theology for those who which to learn something about the subject.


  1. Karma is a concept in Hinduism and Buddhism.
  2. Karma is a person’s self-created fate.
  3. Karma is a very important part of Hindu doctrine. (Web site)
  4. Karma is a very just law which, like gravity, treats everyone the same.
  5. Karma is a word we hear quite often on television.


  1. Reincarnation is a belief shared by Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists.
  2. Reincarnation is a central belief of Buddhism.
  3. Reincarnation is a common belief in many countries of the East.
  4. Reincarnation is a common term for the concept of a human soul being born cyclically into the physical world.
  5. Reincarnation is a fundamental fact of life. (Web site)


  1. Waldorf was a private school, with selective admissions.
  2. Waldorf was an unusual school, but it was not completely alone in its esoteric beliefs.

Waldorf Education

  1. Waldorf education is a unique and distinctive approach to educating children that is practiced in Waldorf schools worldwide.
  2. Waldorf education was developed by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) at the beginning of the 20th century. (Web site)

Waldorf Schools

  1. Waldorf schools are designed to foster this kind of learning.
  2. Waldorf schools are non-sectarian and non-denominational.
  3. Waldorf schools are not part of any church.
  4. Waldorf schools are now represented in many countries and generally project a solidly progressive image.


  1. A priest is a priest, not the habit.
  2. The priest was giving a sermon for Jesus for all Church. (Web site)
  3. The priest was giving a sermon.


  1. Priests are asked to sanctify everything.
  2. Priests are bound, however, to acquire that perfection in special fashion. (Web site)
  3. Priests are therefore earnestly requested to celebrate Mass daily for the people in one of the churches entrusted to their care.
  4. The priests are destroying families.
  5. The priests are primary interested in and represented to these sacred norms.

Spiritual Home

  1. The foundation of any spiritual home can easily be traced to this simple rule: treat everyone as you would like to be treated. (Web site)
  2. There are many things that go into building a spiritual home, but these five aspects are essential to building and sustaining a spiritual home. (Web site)
  3. Copyright 2006 Pat Brill Building a spiritual home is a top consideration for most parents today.


  1. Celibacy is a true charism for some, but not for all.
  2. Celibacy is an option.

Married Priests

  1. Married priests are longing to serve God and the people in the Christian community through the church.
  2. The married priests were not dead, they were only put in a freezer, deprived of operative pastoral activity.
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