New Issue of Sacred Web

Our friends at Sacred Web have just released a new issue, packed with interesting articles. Here is their announcement:

Volume 27 of Sacred Web is now available through Please follow this link for abstracts, links to download free contents and more information.

This volume contains the following articles:

On Freedom and Necessity
by M. Ali Lakhani

A Qur’anic Response to ‘An Inconvenient Truth’
by Reza Shah-Kazemi

Majma’ an-Nurayn: Fatimah in the Esoteric Shi’ite Tradition
by ‘Abd al-Hakeem Carney

The Metaphysics of the Common Word:
A Dialogue of Eckhartian and Isma’ili Gnosis
Part Two: Intellectual and Emanative Reality
by Khalil Andani

Were René Guénon and Frithjof Schuon Biased against Love?
by Charles Upton

On Traditionalism, Vedanta and Hinduism
by Renaud Fabbri

Barzakh, the Opened Field
by Tom Cheetham

Special Section on Poetry: A Selection of Poems
by Charles Upton, Barry McDonald, Iain T. Benson, and M. Ali Lakhani

In Memoriam: Algis Uždavinys (1962-2010) and his Antipodean Sojourn
by Harry Oldmeadow

Book Reviews

Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World
By HRH The Prince of Wales, with Tony Juniper and Ian Skelly
Reviewed by M. Ali Lakhani

Allah: A Christian Response
By Miroslav Volf
Reviewed by M. Ali Lakhani

Sufism and the Way of Blame: Hidden Sources of a Sacred Psychology
By Yannis Toussulis,
Foreword by Robert Abdul Hayy Darr
Reviewed by Samuel Bendeck Sotillos

Letters to the Editor

Confessions of a Lutheran Perennialist
by Larry Rinehart

A Question on Schuon
by Charles Upton

Sacred Web is a journal that presents traditional wisdom from all faith traditions and explores the relevance of this wisdom to issues of the modern world. You may click here to go directly to this issue’s page.