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The tone of this book feels very unorthodox. Father Seraphim Rose did much to make many spiritual works available to English speaking people and many have converted on the basis of this. To then use such broad strokes to criticise so many of these is overly simplistic and frankly wrong. The author has two issues: first he must deal with his pride. Second he must try to allow himself to find heeling for whatever has caused him so much pain. There is clearly a point or time in his history where he has encountered something very negative which has defined much of his outlook or thinking. I don't normally give a single star review as it seems uncharitable but I feel I must do so here to discourage other readers from wasting their time here but also in the hope of preventing the writer's ideas from finding a mas audience. We will be attacked by the world and by the devil, we do not need these kinds of attacks from "within". If the author has a conscience he must listen to it and remove this text from circulation.
This is why Hayward doesn't understand Fr. Seraphim Rose who, while "controversial", must be read as a kind of poet first.