Unconditional Thinking English Bradshaw

ISBN: 9781499255645

Published: April 26th 2014

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108 pages


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Unconditional Thinking  by  English Bradshaw

Unconditional Thinking by English Bradshaw
April 26th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 108 pages | ISBN: 9781499255645 | 5.51 Mb

In theology, the great thinkers recoil at the thought of dogmatism because they know of its vanity and that all rationality in their sublime moments are cast away. Still dwelling among us are unanswered questions regarding the true origin andMoreIn theology, the great thinkers recoil at the thought of dogmatism because they know of its vanity and that all rationality in their sublime moments are cast away.

Still dwelling among us are unanswered questions regarding the true origin and application of some of the literature we have come to know. The corpus of religious writings is founded upon theological truth and ethical principles and precepts which have been and is intuitively recognized as the highest standard of life yet conceived.

Yet, they need to be examined and explained in order to be appreciated, accepted, and lived by. However, the truth does not have to wait upon the results of investigations of others. Unconditional Thinking permits readers to reach into the innermost reaches of their own minds to peel away their traditional thinking processes and will give them significant understanding that these precepts were not meant to be the possession of only a few. If conceptions as to the origins and interpretation of these discourses have at times arisen out of imperfect historical knowledge and limited ethical and spiritual insight, these will gradually disappear in the light of a better knowledge and a clearer vision.



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