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Christ the eternal Tao

by Damascene Hieromonk

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Published by Valaam Books in Platina, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • Laozi.,
    • Shien, Gi-ming.,
    • Orthodox Eastern Church -- China -- History.,
    • Christianity and other religions -- Taoism.,
    • Taoism -- Relations -- Christianity.,
    • China -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 527-534) and index.

      Statementby Hieromonk Damascene ; calligraphy and seals by Lou Shibai and You Shan Tang.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL1900.L35 D36 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination554 p. :
      Number of Pages554
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL398612M
      ISBN 100938635859
      LC Control Number98087841
      OCLC/WorldCa40771110

        Christ the Eternal Tao by Hiermonk Damascene, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Much more than a mere study in comparative religion, CHRIST THE ETERNAL TAO uses Lao Tzu’s intuitive realizations as a springboard by which to catapult the spiritual seekers of our day all the way into the mystical depths of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. pages, illustrated, full-color cover, paperback.

      The Tao of Christ is a Christian interpretation of the sixth century BC Chinese classic, the Tao Te Ching. It translates this ancient work into concepts and language recognizable to Christians, while maintaining the integrity of the ancient text/5. The Tao Te Ching / ˌ t aʊ t iː ˈ tʃ ɪ ŋ / Thus, the Tao Te Ching can be translated as The Classic of the Way's Virtue(s), [citation needed] The Book of the Tao and Its Virtue, or The Book of the Way and of Virtue. Christ the Eternal Tao. Platina, CA: Saint Herman Press, Author: Laozi (traditionally credited).

      In Chinese Bibles, "Logos" is appropriately translated "Tao." The intuition of Heraclitus, Socrates, and Lao Tsu is fulfilled--Taoism is best viewed not as a philosophy opposed to Christianity, but one fulfilled in Christ, Who is the eternal Tao made flesh and revealed to all men! "I AM the Way, the Truth, and the Life." -Jesus (John ).   About six months ago, I discovered the Tao te Ching, an ancient book of Chinese wisdom and spirituality that has dramatically influenced my spiritual may come as shocking to some people, but rather than driving me away from a Christ-centered faith, this book has actually helped me hold onto it. If you’re feeling skeptical, please just keep reading a little bit.


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Christ the Eternal Tao. Learn how Eastern Orthodox Christian spirituality provides seekers of our day clear guidance on acquiring stillness, overcoming the passions, dealing with thoughts, and cultivating the virtues, as well as precise teachings on spiritual *deception, all of which* guides seekers more safely and surely on the path to communion with God (Tao – Chinese).

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Publisher description: 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.

Christ the Eternal Tao 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.5/5(1). Preface: This playlist contains an introductory lecture of the book by its author Hieromonk Damascene and a comprehensive read-through of it by James Kourtid.

Tonight I will be talking about Christ the Eternal Tao, specifically about the ancient book of Chinese philosophy, The Tao Te Ching, of Lao Tzu, in the light of Christian revelation, as found in its fullness in the Eastern Orthodox Church, and tomorrow I will be talking more about the teaching of the Eastern Orthodox Church and even more so about the : Orthodox Christian Resources.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, portraits, fasc. ; 23 cm: Contents: Christ the eternal Tao --The unfolding revelation of the Tao in human history: Departure from the Way --Seeking the Way of return --When the Way became flesh --Uniting oneself to the incarnate Tao through watchfulness and prayer: Changing the eye of the Soul.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Christ the eternal Tao --The unfolding revelation of the Tao in human history: Departure from the Way --Seeking the Way of return --When the Way became flesh --Uniting oneself to the incarnate Tao through watchfulness and prayer: Changing the eye of the Soul --Nurturing the seed.

‎The Tao of Christ is a podcast which explores the mystical, intuitive, and contemplative side of Christianity. It explores what has been historically called the unitive life and union with God.

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Christ, in turn, is seen in a unique light, His pure image shining in the clarity of Lao Tzu's intuitive vision. With its unfolding of spiritual history and its practical, time-tested advice on how to unite oneself with the Incarnate Tao and acquire Uncreated Teh, this is both a philosophical source-book and a manual for one's interior life.

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