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Apr 09, 1998 05:21 PM
by Dr A M Bain

W. Dallas TenBroeck <> writes
>As to ISIS -- it was my first introduction to Theosophy in depth,
>and I was very impressed with its eclecticism. That knowledge
>and wisdom was world-wide, and also that there were so many
>similarities between the various faiths, once that one could
>trace back to origins, was impressive. To me it seemed to give
>corroboration to the concept that all Wisdom derives from a
>single source and that the various creeds, etc... grew as reforms
>out of each other when it became essential to institute a reform
>and a redirection to the "basics."

It still does this for me, and during many years in the Christian ministry
and study of both exoteric and esoteric Christian teachings, have found
evidence for this "single source" in many places, including the Israelite
religion from within which Christianity developed - but please don't ask
me for chapter and verse on this one! The subject is far too complex
for a talk forum.

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