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JESUS CHANGING FACE, MYTH VS A HISTORICIZED LIFE OF JESUS, AND A NEW SPIRITUALITY, GNOSTICISM.

14 Not until halfway through the festival did Jesus go up to the temple courts and begin to teach. 15 The Jews there were amazed and asked, “How did this man get such learning without having been taught?” 16 Jesus … Continue reading

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ON GOD, TRANSCENDENCE VS IMMANENCE

“He through Whom we see, taste, smell, feel, hear, enjoy, know everything, He is that Self.” Katha Upanishad TRANSCENDENCE Transcendence it is the notion that God is an idea too large to grasp, like the Absolute,  or the Infinite, and … Continue reading

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JESUS, HISTORY, MYTH, REALITY

ELUCIDATING THE ISSUE OF THE GOSPELS JESUS HISTORY, OR SYMBOLIC ARCHETYPE? Through Centuries there had been a debate over the Historical existence of Jesus, to some of you this may be news, but in scholastic circles this has been an … Continue reading

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