First published in 1980, The Christian Mystery presents a new approach to considering the Mysteries of the Faith.
The book examines the doctrines of Christianity, analysing them closely and showing how together they constitute an invisible whole. It argues that churches should turn back to the esoteric teachings known by the first Christians and explores how Christianity has developed the primal Tradition of which Jesus was Representative.
The Christian Mystery will appeal to those with an interest in theology, the philosophy of religion, and the history of Christianity.
Table of Contents
1: The Reality of the Myth; 2: The Heart of the Mystery; 3: In the Beginning; 4: The Adam; 5: The Mystery of Sin; 6: The Word Made Flesh; 7: The Mystery of the Virgin; 8: The Mystery of St John; 9: The Mysteries of the Infant Christ; 10: The Ministry of Jesus; 11: The Vigil of the Passion; 12: The Cross; 13: The Risen Body; 14: The Ascent of the Son and the Descent of the Spirit; 15: Our Lady in Heaven; 16: The Last Things; 17: The World as Sacrament; 18: Time as Sacrament; 19: Man as Sacrament; 20: God as Sacrament