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Psalm 51:5

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (XVI)

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This is exactly what Lucifer had desiderated, all these eons. He had his mind absolutely beclouded with a psychopathological crave for deification. He must bring intelligent beings together in the worship of Lucifer. He tried it when the whole world came under the first king of the earth, Nimrod, the Baal, the sun god. All that the Devil had to do is feed this religious coadunation of his satanic crave into the warped minds of these New Agers. They love it, having been lost spiritually. In the final analysis, the Antichrist will succeed in the grand unification of all religions. But, as the good Lord will have it, all born again Christians would have gone with the promised rapture to eternal bliss of heaven.Read More
Moksha of Hinduism

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (IV)

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The first member of the Hindu Trinity is Brahma. He (Brahma) has a wife in the heavenly assizes, right? Stories about the concupiscence of Hindu gods abound. We know that Jehovah does not engage in amatory pleasure. You would not even hear of Him (Jehovah) stretching out or lazing about in any celestial chamber. Brahma is definitely not the same person as the God of the Bible. Exodus 20:3 quotes God as commanding, “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” Psalm 73:25 makes it clear with, “Whom have I in heaven but thee? and there is none upon earth that I desire beside thee.” God Himself told Moses in Exodus 34:14, ”For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God:” There is no doubt, judging from eons of Hindu religion existence, that Mohammedan Qur’an got the formlessness of Allah from Brahma’s incorporeality. I wonder how an asomatous Jehovah would, at creationism, command in Genesis 1:26 “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: ….” God’s anthropomorphic dimension is seen in the word, ‘likeness’ which in Hebrew is dmuwth (dem-ooth') meaning: ‘1. resemblance. 2. (concretely) model, shape. 3. (adverbially) like.’Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (two)

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Islam believes that the deterministic proclivity of God's creationism had made Him to pen down what will eventuate in the life of every individual –destiny, they call it. The first question engendered by this belief is, were you there when the Creator was doing that (documentational preparation of your future earthly life)? Was anybody aware of it when an unpalatable omen was scribbled against his –about to live– life? Why would God decide that a particular man, before his parturition, must die peacefully; but for this woman before she was born, was tagged with a fatal death? Childlessness for some; others must live impecunious lives and die so. Whimsically giddy. God is not sadistic: for that is what necessitarianism (on the contrary) teaches concerning Divine operations. Read More