Oct 09, 1996 04:56 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <Pine.OSF.3.90.961009095418.7290M-
email@example.com>, Maxim Osinovsky <firstname.lastname@example.org
>Re: your IFs.
>Enlightened people are used to say it IS available and never was
>unavailable. To think otherwise means creating self-imposed barriers.
>That's a standard statement found in many spiritual books.
>It remains to be seen what you mean by 'understanding.' If
>you mean intellectual understaning, the answer would be: "no, we cannot
>understand it." Proof: Christian theology.
1. I claim to be an enlightened person. I too say it IS available.
2. Statements in "spiritual" books are the opinions of the authors.
3. I have studied Christian Theology extensively. Much of it is
intellectual, much of it is allegorical, much of it is metaphysical, and
much of it is nonsense.
4. I have found the same thing with Theosophical studies, as well as
related studies (Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, Kabbalah, etc.) over the past 40
So - Christian Theology is "proof" of nothing.
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