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Re: The Christian Bible and theosophical views...

Mar 20, 2006 07:11 PM
by Vincent

M Sufilight-

First you say:

"We, the non-dogmatic theosophists do not keep Bibles."

This strikes me as a misrepresentation.  I'm attending a class at 
the Theosophical Society of Wheaton at this moment which expressly 
uses biblical quotations in it's written class materials.  Many 
theosophists do indeed keep Bibles.  And they are not dogmatic about 
it either.

Secondly you say:

"We cull the good we find in each system of thought and in life."

Yet your second statement contradicts your first.  Apparently you do 
not cull the good that you find in the Bible, if in fact you do not 
keep Bibles.  Rather, you label those who keep Bibles as dogmatic.


--- In, "M. Sufilight" <global-
theosophy@...> wrote:
> Hallo all,
> My views are:
> A few words on the Christian Bible.
> (The link 
was written to a fellow named Wry in 2002)
> We, the non-dogmatic theosophists do not keep Bibles.
> We cull the good we find in each system of thought and in life.
> - - - - - - -
> A theosophical exchange in a corridor at the local TS
> As an example, there is the one in which two mothers talk about 
their sons.
> One says, "And how is your boy getting on as a guru?"
> "Just fine," replies the second. "He has so many pupils that he 
can afford to get rid of some of the old ones."
> "That's great," says the first. "My son is getting on so well that 
he can afford NOT to take on everyone who applies to him!"
> Just  a few views...
> from
> M. Sufilight with some Middle Eastern rugrats with Soul 
Force...and x-filebags... 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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