See https://shalomplace.com/view/a...ti-christianity.html for links to Kindle, PDF, and ePub written versions; Podcast and YouTube links as well.
Here's the book descriptor blurb. The manuscript is over 6,000 words as I take the time to contrast with Christian teaching. The work is also on Amazon Kindle and will be on other venues as well soon.
In this work, Catholic author and spiritual director, Philip St. Romain, provides a substantive critique of Adyashanti’s book, Resurrecting Jesus: Embodying the Spirit of a Revolutionary Mystic. He notes Adya’s respect and admiration for Jesus, and the difference an awakening to the love of Christ has made in his life, but takes strong exception to Adya’s intent to radically reinterpret the message and meaning of the message of Jesus. Where mainline Christian churches regard Jesus as the only begotten Son of God, Adya holds that Jesus’ true revelation was that all humans possess the divine nature as he did. St. Romain counters this proposition by noting the many ways in which it is Adya, not Christianity, that has misunderstood the Gospel. The book concludes by noting some of the negative consequences of his teaching on this topic, and takes issue with author Cynthia Bourgeault’s enthusiastic endorsement of this work.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Phil,
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