Conversations 6.1: Mysticism, Awareness of God, and Postmodern Confusions

A longtime student and colleague of Dallas’,  J.P. Moreland is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology.  J.P.’s take on spirituality and spiritual formation has a distinctly philosophical angle, as evidenced in this 2008 article.  Here J.P. addresses one of Dallas’ own concerns: how one gains knowledge of reality.

From Issue 6.1 of Conversations Journal, we offer for your edification Mysticism, Awareness of God, and Postmodern Confusions.

Given the reality and nature of knowledge by acquaintance, it follows that knowledge does not begin with presuppositions, language, concepts, one’s cultural standpoint, worldview, or anything else. It starts with awareness of reality.

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