Behold, I Make All Things New, by Rene Querido and Hilmar MooreRudolf Steiner College Press
Inspiration for working in community. Lecture titles: 'The Radical Path of Consciousness: The Heralds of the Christ' by Hilmar Moore; 'From Moses to Paul: The Old Adam and the New Adam' by Rene Querido; 'Behold, I Make All Things New: Toward a World Pentecost' by Hilmar MooreThe first lecture surveys the important heralds of the Christ's incarnation and emphasizes the radical impulse that Krishna, Gautama Buddha, Zarathustra, and the Hebrew people imparted to the spiritual life of humanity. In the second lecture, Rene Querido considers Moses, who had such a formative influence on the singular development of the Hebrew people, and St. Paul, whose experience of the Christ led him to understand that the Messiah came for all human beings, not only the Hebrews. The third lecture attempts to describe the work of the Holy Spirit in the evolution of human consciousness, with emphasis on the capacity for spiritual experience. In an epilogue, Rene Querido places the conference theme into the life and work of Rudolf Steiner, as 'Behold, I Make All Things New' describes quite accurately many aspects of his revelation of spiritual science. ?from the Introduction Rene Querido (1926?2004) was multi-national. He taught, lectured, and wrote on Waldorf education and various anthroposophical themes in French, German, Dutch, and English. He founded and advised several Waldorf schools and served as director of Rudolf Steiner College in Califoroia for fourteen years. Hilmar Moore, longtime student of the works of Rudolf Steiner, is author of Rudolf Steiner's Contribution to the History and Practice of Agricultural Education.