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Evagrios the Solitary and the Philokalia

 The Philokalia (from the Greek – “love of the beautiful”) is a collection of texts written between the fourth and fifteenth centuries mostly by monastic writers of the Christian hesychast tradition. It was compiled by St. Nikodemos of the Holy … Continue reading

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Buddhism and Christianity

I am not a theologian. Theology is an area of study more dangerous and difficult than almost any other. Still, I’m going to risk some words. It is not uncommon these days to hear Christians reporting that a study of … Continue reading

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The Experience of God: Being, Consciousness, Bliss by David Bentley Hart.

Thanks to a recommendation from @whitefrozen, for which I’m very grateful, I have discovered the Orthodox theologian David Bentley Hart and over Christmas read his history of Christianity and also his book The Experience of God: Being Consciousness, Bliss. Here … Continue reading

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