Author: Arthur OsbornePublisher: Sri RamanasramamYear: 2011Language: EnglishPages: 186ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788182880962
Arthur Osborne has in his deceptively simple but profound exposition highlighted the essential unity and correspondence of all the three major religions discussed in this work. He has clearly and directly gone to the heart of what makes a religion alive as an instrument to discover the purpose of life and who we are.All who read this book will benefit from the knowledge and wisdom Arthur Osborne effortlessly conveys in his writings. His integrity as a devotee of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi is self-evident.Arthur Osborne was a very special person. He was an academic who never used a long word when a short one would do; he had a rich and subtle sense of humor and a deep integrity that permeated his life, both externally and internally. Since he was a young man he has been searching for something….a life of the spirit that transcended the material values…and this search for the truth was all the more essential for him because he was himself always true, both to others and to himself.
1. Complementary Religions2. Hindu viewpoints3. The Thesis4. Buddhism and Hinduism5. Christianity and BuddhismEpilogueGlossaryIndex