Dec 26, 1996 02:09 AM
by John Straughn
Tom Robertson writes:
>It is impossible not to consider one's own ideas as superior, since, if the
>ideas of others were regarded as superior, those ideas would automatically
>be adopted as one's own. If I did not consider Theosophy to be superior to
>Christianity, I would be a Christian, not a Theosophist.
Is it not possible to be a Christian Theosophist? Or perhaps such a person
would be better "labeled" as a theosophical Christian.
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