Re: Theos-World Election results
Jul 02, 2008 10:41 AM
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, revigani <iganet2002@...> wrote:
> What is the view of Theosophy on the existence of God?
> Rev. Igani
About existence of God, there are many different writings in the TS.
Mahatma Letters, Blavatsky's writing, Annie Besant, C.W. Leadbeater.
When students read their writings, they feel that these different
authors had different views about God. It is also possible that
apparent differences are merely due to differences in expressions and
I think Besant and Leadbeater had same views on the subject of God,
and I agree with them.
When I read messages from the students of Mahatma Letters & Blavatsky,
I found that there is not agreement among students about what these
authors have to say. Some say they believed in the existence of God,
some say they don't.
Personally, I would recommend writings of Besant and Leadbeater, if
anybody wants to understand about God and other important topics in
Theosophy. And my judgment of these things does not depend only on
Theosophical reading. I have read some other spiritual classics and
religious books. And while arriving at any conclusion, I take into
consideration what is written by spiritualists outside the TS also.
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