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Barthian Shankara

Early in his commentary (bhasya) on the Brahma Sutras of Badarayana, Shankaracarya, the greatest sage of the Advaita Vedanta, offers a theory about the Brahman-world relation, and our knowledge of it. The second of 555 sutras reads as follows: “(Brahman is that) from which … Continue reading

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The World of Scripture

A beautiful meditation of Newman on Scripture that could’ve come straight from Augustine: After all our diligence, to the end of our lives and to the end of the Church, [Scripture] must be an unexplored and unsubdued land, with heights and … Continue reading

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