That’s just a tiny portion. Got a whole shelf full of paperbacks, stuff from learning Russian, etc. Basically ANYTHING they offered in English that I could get a hold of directly from publishers or from bookstores that had that “deep” church fathers thing going for it I was getting it. I once saw a wonderful connection between Tao and Logos from an Orthodox theologian where the two concepts lined up very well and explains nicely some of the commonalities. I forget who’d said that Orthodoxy says where God is but it does not say where God is not and I always liked that notion.

That’s just a tiny portion. Got a whole shelf full of paperbacks, stuff from learning Russian, etc. Basically ANYTHING they offered in English that I could get a hold of directly from publishers or from bookstores that had that “deep” church fathers thing going for it I was getting it.
I once saw a wonderful connection between Tao and Logos from an Orthodox theologian where the two concepts lined up very well and explains nicely some of the commonalities.
I forget who’d said that Orthodoxy says where God is but it does not say where God is not and I always liked that notion.
Yes apophatic theology I think is mostly where I was drawn to – that and noetic stuff.
tying to MBTI, my N in the iNtuition was as strong as my Sensory was weak: very extreme – so I suspect trait-wise it explains what drew me to it.

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