Tom Colket wrote:
> In researching this subject, I came across several articles that
> specifically referenced Eliot's introductory essay in the collected
> essays, "Revelation". Several authors stated that this is one of TSE's
> most under-appreciated (and largely unknown) essays. As an example of
> lines quoted from this particular essay, several articles referenced
> the following Eliot passage:
> "I take for granted that Christian revelation is the only full
> revelation; and that the fullness of Christian revelation resides in
> the essential fact of the Incarnation, in relation to which all
> Christian revelation is to be understood.
> The division between those who accept, and those who deny, Christian
> revelation I take to be the most profound division between human beings."
Seems to me it could as easily be the slightest of divisions and
that others could be far greater, but then I do subscribe to what TSE