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What are the Attributes of Brahman God from Veda?
Please give the attributes with illustration by quotes from Yajurveda.
Conceptualized from the following posts:
One may like to read them.
I propose God to be a duality. In heaven, the two eternal Gods are in a sphere surrounded by twelve angels. They have never and will never be separated, they are equal in power, glory, and holiness. Before the two Gods created angels, they were companions. The two Gods came into the world as Jesus; there is no son of God. Instead of accepting two Gods, followers of Jesus interpreted them as father and son. As evidence, there are no references to the son of God in prior gospels, the ones...
I have often wondered why Buddhism is not more popular than it is currently. I personally have found Buddhism to be a great help in thought and in life, as well as reasonably easy to grasp (unlike Hinduism and humanistic materialism) and generally devoid of serious logical or ethical problems (unlike Abrahamic religions).
So, for those you who have heard or read a bit about Buddhism. what were the main objections that caused you to not pursue it or give up on it or feel uninterested in it?
I hope I framed the question properly. I would like to first present my position of Dvaita Vedanta. I do not think Dvaita Vedanta is consistent with classical Hindu thought or in general Dharmic thought. I also think his interpretation of Upanishads is not justified, because Madhva's adds words to the original statements in the Upanishads which are not there, e.g. "Tat Tvam Asi" he parses as "Atat tvam asi" to suit his philosophy, turning "Thou art that" to "Thou are NOT that" However, this...
Just curious on something. I was baptized in the Catholic Church as a baby, but when I left Christianity a few years ago and returned to it over a year ago, I feel like my faith is different for me, now. Like I ''own'' it, like it is truly a representative part of my life, without all the nonsense I had been indoctrinated to believe, growing up. Talking with a friend recently, she said that it would be good to be baptized again, because as a baby, we don't have the ability to offer our...
This is a religious symbol that I am going to explain here that is up for debate:
When someone bought a big bottle of root beer, took it home, and opened it, upon drinking it, this person discovered a strange mole-like creature inside the bottle of root beer. It is as if an egg has been implanted inside the bottle so that the mole could grow and thrive inside the bottle. We also see a different specimen inside these bottles of root beer as well.
We see black beetles at the very bottom...
I'm posting this here because... I don't know where else to post it basically, and to have it as a non debative (if that's a word) section to not debate it. Please don't debate stuff here.
I'm saying "and similar" on the titles to include all those who don't have a religious belief after death and the end of life. This also includes agnostics and similar.
So if you are among them, what do you think happens after you die? Is it a complete nothingness? You become a ghost? You can...
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