The Cosmotheandric Experience is not a Christian, or an Indic, or a Buddhist study, but an interdisciplinary study with a firm foundation. It aims at an integration of the whole of reality: "We have to reconstruct the body of Prajapati, even if some of the parts feel unworthy, are shy or run away ... We have to think of all of the fragments of the present world in order to bring them together into a harmonious--though not monoliithic--whole." The Cosmotheandric principle, which the author advocates, could be formulated by saying that the divine, the human and the earthly are three irreducible dimensions which constitute the real.
The book contains profuse references in the foot-notes revealing the wide scholarship of the author - PATHWAY TO GOD
About the Author:
RAIMON PANIKKAR was ordained as a Catholic priest and is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. At present he lives in the mountains of Catalunya trying to learn the wisdom of life.