By Robert Wolfe
After greater than a millennium misplaced in an Egyptian wilderness, may possibly the uncensored message of Jesus ultimately be heard by means of sleek religious seekers?
Nonduality is the kingdom of being that acknowledges there's not anything greater than the only truth. From this know-how, comes the conclusion that god and individual can't for that reason be separate. The background of Christianity is the idea in dualism: heaven and hell, sin and redemption, somebody spirit become independent from God. Did Jesus truly train this even if? there's facts to signify another way, as proven within the Gospel of Thomas, a scripture that used to be came upon nearly completely intact in 1945.
The sayings of Jesus within the Gospel of Thomas were a conundrum to many biblical students, who've approached them from the normal dualistic Christian perspective. Robert Wolfe, the writer of Amazon's best nonduality ebook, residing Nonduality, investigates, from a nondual standpoint, the background and which means of the sayings of Jesus within the Gospel of Thomas -- revealing might be the genuine nondualistic nature of Jesus' unique teachings.
Readers already conversant in The Gospel of Thomas won't have stumble upon those insights into its nondual teachings. Readers already acquainted with nonduality, will possibly not have learned that the lessons of Jesus, as uniquely recorded within the Gospel of Thomas, converse to nondual understanding.
"The Bible is stuffed with dualistic thinking--there are the kept and the unsaved, believers and non-believers, the righteous and the unrighteous, the great and the undesirable, and so forth. This dualistic pondering is especially robust within the Church (and, in fact, the complete world). This so evidently ends up in judgment and condemnation of others. It makes loving others very tough. it truly is precise that it truly is not easy, if no longer very unlikely, for any people to like an individual we see basically assorted from, and except, ourselves. It used to be with this history that Robert Wolfe's The Gospel of Thomas: The Enlightenment Teachings of Jesus shines a brand new mild on a nondual Jesus.
"Having studied the previous and New testomony for a few years, i used to be extremely joyful to learn Robert Wolfe's e-book at the Gospel of Thomas. it really is either considerate and scholarly. As Robert successfully demonstrates the non-dualistic nature of this Gospel, for me it actually represents good news."
-- JS, Florida, retired Catholic priest.