The Jesus Paradox - The God eye and the human eye
two sides of the same coin
"at once god and human -cyril of alexandria
hermitage at benedict's monastery in snowmass,colorado
dynamic union
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-Emily Stow

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-Ann Miner

An extraordinary discovery and groundbreaking gift to Western readers! I loved this book for its vision and passion and found the negative review I saw totally off base. Amos Smith is clearly writing from the point of view of a pastor and deeply reflective student of Jesus and ancient mystic Christianity, rather than an academic […]

-Maurice L. Monette

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-Rich Lewis

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-Lee Wimberly, author of Exploring the Gap between Science and Religion

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-Jeffrey Borden, Pastor and Book Reviewer (

Healing The Divide is thought provoking and belief challenging. I was interested in this book the moment I heard its title. I have been attracted to ancient Christianity since I was introduced to the writings of the ancient fathers nearly a decade ago. I am particularly drawn to the writings of the desert fathers and […]

-Judith Boncaro, church member

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-Michael Cook, United Kingdom

The first thing to understand about this book from the start is that it is not a scholarly examination of the texts written by the Alexandrian mystics, though it will make you want to go to those texts, or return to them if you are already familiar with them; but there are a number of […]