Revelation: A Cosmic Perspective

By Edward Reaugh Smith

Overview
With this major work, Edward Reaugh Smith concludes his singular series on the Bible and Anthroposophy. Understanding the Book of Revelation presents the ultimate challenge to those who wish to penetrate its deepest meaning, a spiritual mountain whose summit has remained beyond reach to most... View more
Binding Paperback
Pages 296 pages
Publisher Anthroposophic Press
Publication Date November 01, 2016
Language English
Dimensions 5.98 x 0.67 x 9.02 inches
ISBN-13 9781621481430

Product Description

With this major work, Edward Reaugh Smith concludes his singular series on the Bible and Anthroposophy. Understanding the Book of Revelation presents the ultimate challenge to those who wish to penetrate its deepest meaning, a spiritual mountain whose summit has remained beyond reach to most people. Paradoxically, in spite of its name, Revelation is the most veiled and mysterious book in the Bible.
A century ago, Rudolf Steiner opened a route to that summit. This book is the first extensive application of that priceless resource to the full text of Revelation. The substance of what Rudolf Steiner tells us about the Book of Revelation derives from the individuality who had that Apocalyptic Vision; he was a seer and visionary, and his account is esoteric and open only to such a seer. Smith presents Steiner as a seer who, for the first time since John wrote his Revelation, has penetrated the obscuring veil of this text.

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