Quote for the Day

We are personally convinced that a ‘Christian non-dualism’, to borrow Vladimir Lossky’s expression… is not to be dismissed on the basis of the Faith,… nowhere does Scripture make the slightest allusion to anything of this kind, at least explicitly, but is this sufficient reason to discard it? Scripture does not say everything and, moreover, does not need to. It teaches us only what is necessary for our salvation.

— A Monk of the West, Christianity and the
Doctrine of Non-Dualism
(Hillsdale, NY:
Sophia Perennis, 2004), p. 129

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