Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill, c1991.
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In this lovely rich pamphlet, Walker writes of his own mystical experiences and what he feels he has come to know. They are fascinating, beautiful, and profound, bespeaking a way of knowing from deep stillness that is totally different from, though not incompatible with, our scientific way. (Walker is a scientist, an astronomer.) It's a fascinating contrast from an argument for scientific atheism. His experiences also illustrate how mystical experience seems to have both universal content and particularity to the individual.
0875742998 / 9780875742991
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 299
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