World Wisdom, 2004

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“I think Schuon has exactly the right view. . . . I appreciate him more and more . . . and am most grateful to be in contact with people like him.”

Thomas Merton

“James Cutsinger has gathered a florilegium of Schuon’s illuminating insights into Christianity. His editor’s notes will be unobtrusively helpful to many readers. The Fullness of God is a must-read for any person who senses that something essential is lacking in Christianity today.”

Patrick Laude, Georgetown University

“Frithjof Schuon is well known as one of the greatest metaphysicians of the twentieth century and as Traditionalism’s wisest and most profound exponent. This book, however, reveals something quite different. It shows that Schuon the metaphysician was also a Christian theologian of exceptional depth and understanding, one who was able to penetrate Christian dogma and mystery brilliantly from within. This is not a book ‘about’ Christianity; it is the very thing itself. It is a work of mystical theology of the highest order, sparkling with passionate feeling and continuously convincing the reader with the living truth and luminosity of its insights.”

Christopher Bamford, author of
The Voice of the Eagle: The Heart of Celtic Christianity

“Frithjof Schuon is undoubtedly one of the most penetrating exponents of the relationship between religion and metaphysics. Cutsinger has done us a great service in bringing together Schuon’s widely scattered comments on Christianity. The insights of this wonderful book are essential for anyone who wishes to penetrate to the depths of the Christian tradition.”

Rama Coomaraswamy, author of The Invocation of the Name of Jesus: As Practiced in the Western Church