Monday, August 8, 2011
Review of Steve Bohlert’s Universalist Radha-Krishnaism
There are books which are the result of a life-long engagement with a subject. They impress us by the depth of experience and the profundity of thought. Steve Bohlert’s Universalist Radha-Krishnaism is such a book. It is an outcome of the author’s thirty-five year long spiritual quest. [...]
Daniel Cooper Clark is one of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami’s original New York disciples. We met at the 26 Second Avenue temple in January 1968 when I visited there from my Santa Fe temple. We later worked together closely at Back to Godhead and the New Age Caucus. I sent him a pdf manuscript of my new book [...]
I love the sweet smell of Kilkare Woods. It signals my re-entry to Sunol. Twenty-three years ago, I pried myself away from here and my position as editor of the Sunolian. I now live in a yurt in the Hawaiian rain forest. A personal journey by Geraldine Baldassarre.
A Review of Universalist Radha-Krishnaism
by Daniel Clark–longtime Radha-Krishna devotee
It’s evident the book is a product of a lifetime-to-date of experience and contemplation. Steve, you’ve put not just your thoughts, but your entire self on the pages. As a personalist should. Thank you for not hiding behind words.
I hope everyone who is or was a “Hare [...]
Dr. M. Valle, a chairman of philosophy of religion at Scottsdale Community College (AZ) reviews Universalist Radha-Krishnaism book. He says, “Drawing upon the resources of theological trends in Western scholarship, Steve Bohlert offers a synthesis of Eastern and Western thought that makes the heart of Radha-Krishna devotion fully accessible to Westerners who have no Indian background.”
First reflections on our new book — read a in depth review by Nori Muster.