|By: Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon; ©1999|
|The Foundation of Human Understanding claims that people can solve their problems by contacting their inner selves.|
Info at a Glance
Name: The Foundation of Human Understanding.
Purpose: To help man contact his inner Self to solve his problems.
Founder: Roy Masters.
Source of authority: Roy Masters; the inner Self.
Revealed teachings: Yes.
Claim: “Roy Masters has nothing less to offer you than the secret of life itself.” (Roy Masters, How Your Mind Can Keep You Well, back cover.)
Examples of occult potential: Psychic meditation.
Key literature: The books of Roy Masters.
Attitude toward Christianity: Rejecting.
“Don't ever let it be said that I am against Christianity...” (Roy Masters, The Satan Principle, p. 76).
Jesus: A man.
The Holy Spirit: A synonym for God.
Salvation: Inner awareness by meditation.
Man: Inwardly divine.
Sin: Emotional disability.
Satan: Personal “devils”; a synonym for evil.
The Fall: From light into darkness.
The Bible: Spiritually inadequate; at best a pointer to Reality.
Heaven and Hell: Positive or negative states of consciousness.