Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
Man at his coming into the world hath a light from Christ, him by whom the world was made, which is more than conscience; but he that hates the light abides in darkness, and so is not like to receive the spirit, but is reproved with it (The Great Mystery, p.342).
Though everyone who comes into the world has a light from Christ, not all love it, because loving it entails suffering, a dying to the self, the inward crucifixion. Not loving the light has tragic consequences, both for the individual and the world. In "Partaking of the Sufferings," I examine the foundational existential choice confronting each person, its significance and some implications and consequences. https://patradallmann.wordpress.com/