Christ the Eternal Tao

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Valaam Books, 1999 - Religion - 554 pages
14 Reviews
This book looks at Christ through the innocent vision of Lao Tzu. People of the modern West have to a great extent become jaded by Christian terminology and doctrinal constructions, yet many of them are drawn to the person of Christ Himself. This book seeks to develop not only a new way of seeing Christ, but also a new language by which to express His message, drawing from the enigmatic style and poetic language of Lao Tzu.

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User Review  - Alex Petrovich - Goodreads

My Priest-Brother recommended this. Changed my thinking on religion altogether in that it made me think Bigger about God and the Universe. There is so much pride in religion these days; everyone ... Read full review

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Rather obvious. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
21
Lao Tzu and the Anc1ent Greeks
29
A Note on the Chinese Seals
47
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Damascene has lived for 14 years as an Eastern Orthodox monk in the forests of California and Alaska.

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