Divine Reality

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Appearance in World Religions and Philosophies - Modern Popularization - Perennial Philosophy and Religious Pluralism
... of humanity’s attempt to grasp and understand the incomprehensible divine reality ... Therefore, each religion can hold an authentic but ultimately inadequate concept of divine reality, producing a partial understanding of the universal truth, which requires ... shares the idea that there is no single true religion, it differs when discussing divine reality ...

Famous quotes containing the words reality and/or divine:

    The writer, like a swimmer caught by an undertow, is borne in an unexpected direction. He is carried to a subject which has awaited him—a subject sometimes no part of his conscious plan. Reality, the reality of sensation, has accumulated where it was least sought. To write is to be captured—captured by some experience to which one may have given hardly a thought.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)

    Seeds, there are seeds enough which need only be stirred in with the soil where they lie, by an inspired voice or pen, to bear fruit of a divine flavor.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)