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Re: Martin vs. Process Theosophists

Jun 29, 1996 05:46 PM
by Jerry Schueler

>Another thing is that I regard indifference in attitude regarding
> this matter of labeling as a very serious flaw.
	Martin, what you you mean here?  How
do you know that the "indifference" isn't tacit agreement?

> We have to seperate between fundamentalistic ways of
>approaching teachings and the teachings themselves
	What are "fundamentalistic ways of approaching
teachings?" Do you mean believing in them as gospel truth?
I think that each theosophist has to decide for themself
what is true and what is false.  To say that they are all true,
or to say that none of them are true, are the two possible
extreme views.  The truth, as is often the case, lies in the
middle.  How do we separate the true from the false?  By
individual experience.

	Jerry S.
	Member, TI

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