[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 1967]
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This theological pamphlet has excellent content and is written clearly. He rejects systematic theology for an approach of learning what to do, seeking fidelity of consciousness to reality, rather than defining what is. It means letting go of will and concepts of God, to let God's will operate in us
Show Moreand the cosmic consciousness shine in us. I will just say: read it. It is clear and useful.
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