Jakob Lorber (1800-1864)
This humble man, living in Graz (Austria) as a music teacher, performing violist and composer, received at the age of forty through the Inner Word the calling as "God's Scribe" which he obeyed to the end of his days with unshakable faith. As a result of this divine inspiration, he left us a unique literature of cosmic magnitude and vastness which deals with the basic themes of all existence: The nature of God, the universe and man and their reciprocal relations, providing a really comprehensive answer to mankind's age-old questions as to the whence, whither and why of life.
In the centre of this grandiose picture of the world, from the first beginning stands "The Great Gospel of John" in 10 volumes which, fully based on the values of Christian faith, offers an immense extension and spiritualization of Christian revelation.
Jakob Lorber's universal spiritual revelations also open up great possibilities for a sensible co-operation between religion and science, a synthesis of experiences of the heart and reasoned knowledge.
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