Philosophy Course: The Universal Law III by Heinz Duthel, Master in Philosophy

Philosophy Course: The Universal Law III by Heinz Duthel, Master in Philosophy

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In the heart of all these ritualisms, there stands one idea prominent above all the rest - the worship of a name. Those of you who have studied the older forms of Christianity, those of you who have studied the other religions of the world, perhaps have marked that there is this idea with them all, the worship of a name. A name is said to be very sacred. In the Bible we read that the holy name of God was considered sacred beyond compare, holy beyond everything. It was the holiest of all names, and it was thought that this very Word was God. This is quite true. What is this universe but name and form? Can you think without words? Word and thought are inseparable. Try if any one of you can separate them. Whenever you think, you are doing so through word forms.
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  • Morrisville, NC, United States
  • 0557730813
  • 9780557730810