READING THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES
Lectures by Thomas Meyer at the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School, 35 West Plain Rd, Gt. Barrington, MA, May 15-16, 2015
“The world seems to be standing within a demonic storm that threatens to overwhelm it,” states Thomas Meyer. Appeals to traditional religious belief can no longer pacify the storm, nor is mere “good will” enough. What, then, can be done?
Building on Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophy, Meyer’s career as a writer and researcher has dealt with this question from a variety of standpoints. By illuminating the spiritual struggles of key individuals in the anthroposophic movement who might otherwise have fallen into complete obscurity, and by shining a clear light on the unfolding events of our time, Meyer’s lifework has been an effort to remind us continually of the central task of our time—the epistemological struggle with evil. Conscious recognition of this task is the crucial first step toward meeting that challenge.
Meyer’s presentations over the course of this special weekend—grounded in his own singular and extensive research—will highlight this theme.
Sliding scale of $100 to $60 for the entire program; individual lectures, $25
Phone: Marsha Post | 413-528-8233 ext. 2; email firstname.lastname@example.org
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