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Apr 16, 2013


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The modern contemplative movement is an unmitigated negative. The move to "touching" the Lord through "inner silence" is actively anti-scriptural and counter-productive. Given that strongly held opinion, I'm sure you can imagine how I approached this article.

As I skimmed it, though, none of the shibboleths of the contemplative community jumped out at me. As I read it, the author's use of the word contemplate is utterly classical. He's referring to a very active mental process, and one of deep value. I find this an excellent process and agree with his outcome.

I suppose it's too late to tell him the word, "contemplative," is taken by his enemies and he'll never win it back?

Thanks for the review

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