Re: science + religion = theosophy
Jun 28, 1996 11:27 PM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 08:27 PM 6/28/96 -0400, you wrote:
>> 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.
> Jerry S.
> Member, TI
>Me too Jerry. And that, I believe is the reason theosophy was established.
I have always been flabbergasted at the present power structures denial of
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