Divine Reality

Some articles on divine reality:

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 ... authentic but ultimately inadequate concept of divine reality, producing a partial understanding of the universal truth, which requires syncretism to ... is no single true religion, it differs when discussing divine reality ...

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