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Samuel Stuart Maynes

Yes, "while truth is one, the happy paths toward it are diverse." Religious Pluralism includes the view that all major religions are simply different perspectives on One multi-dimensional God - see www.trinityabsolute.com.

In this view, Jesus Christ is the experiential Supreme Being, while Moses and Muhammad represent the existential Creator, At the same time, Buddha's middle way of Nirvana and Lao Tzu's great way of the Tao stress the importance of the Unconditioned Spirit of All That Is - neither existential nor experiential, but the spirit consciousness that "proceeds" from both - analogous to the Holy Ghost.

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