Re: science + religion = theosophy
Jun 28, 1996 05:22 PM
by Jerry Schueler
> Buddhism is a religion in any sense of the term, it may not have a
>Pope or a Vatican but it has their equivalents, but none the less it IS a
>religion. So too is Brahmanism, which has little if anything to do with
>Vedic Philosophy. "Core Theosophy" as it exists today is a compendium of
>both those religious beliefs. I reject them.
Viva the Second Objective. We are each free to study
the world's religions and select those parts that we like, and
reject the rest. This is what Theosophy is all about. Take only
what fits into your worldview. Take only what works for you and
leave the rest. Its called being eclectic. Works for me.
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