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Pantheism Its Story and Significance
It has been the customary and perhaps inevitable method of writers on Pantheism to trace its main idea back to the dreams of Vedic poets, the musings of Egyptian priests, and the speculations of the Greeks. But though it is undeniable that the divine unity of all Being was an almost necessary issue of earliest human thought upon the many and the one, yet the above method ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Kessinger Publishing
(first published February 1st 2004)
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Interesting discussion of Pantheism. It was like reading an evangelical tract. I found the author's perspective on this philosophy to be informative, even though it was heavily one-sided, but that's what I expect from a Pantheism apologist. I learned some new ideas and felt like the book helped me to broaden my understanding.