Born in southern Germany in 1872, Friedrich Rittelmeyer was a leading figure in the Lutheran church and a pioneer of a new meditative approach, seeking to reestablish the relevance of the Gospels.In 1911, he met Rudolf Steiner and spent the next ten years critically appraising and investigating Steiner s ideas. This book is a fascinating and insightful autobiographical account of those years, as well a rigorous scrutiny of Anthroposophy. In 1922, he left the Lutheran church to lead The Christian Community, a new movement for religious renewal in association with Steiner. Rittelmeyer s final conviction was that Steiner s ideas were truly inspired. First published in English in 1929, this record of Rittelmeyer s honest struggle with key anthroposophic concepts has been influential for generations of people."
Rudolf Steiner Enters My Life
Mind, Body & Spirit