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conscious awareness created itself out of a bunch of chemicals, and
then proceeded to form an amoeba that grew legs and learned to talk,
makes absolutely no sense. Creation makes sense, since Intelligent
Design is an empiric fact of nature.
It requires a quantum leap of faith to believe, the world created
itself, randomly, out of a bunch of chemicals. All it takes to believe
that a Supreme intelligence created the world for a purpose, is logic,
reason and common sense.
There is not so much as a single observation in support of
abiogenesis, where as ID, or intelligent design, is an observable fact
That's why, by definition, it's less intelligent to be an atheist.
Who, but a less intelligent person, will believe in something that has
no chance of verification?
Of course, in the present day of relativism, the Absolute Truth is
It is alright to know with certainty such things as science and
technology, but if you claim to have ascertained the original
knowledge of religion from God Himself, if you profess to know God and
the real meaning of life, you are immediately dismissed as a deranged
fanatic, even though this knowledge is freely available in Bhagavad
but, but all religions claim the same
Thats right. One would expect all religions to claim the same things,
because all religions are but different cultural versions of the same
Truth. Surely, the details may vary, but the same basic principles are
expressed in all religions, so its only to be expected that different
religions will claim the same. That most religions claim to be the
only valid understanding of God, is another matter, not relevant to
the point of different religions being different conceptions of the
same Supreme God.
All religions, obviously, are derived from the original religion from
God Himself, and so it stands to reason that it can be investigated
and verified. If it is a fact, it must be discernible. Otherwise its
just some vain mental speculations. Indeed, that is how religion is
generally judged in modern society - some fanciful speculations and
Nonetheless, the fact remains, if God exists, it is a perfectly
logical to assume that He has given a process by which He can be
known. But in the climate of the contemporary culture that presently
rules the world, it is very unpopular to know God. Even in Judaism,
Christianity and Islam, the idea is that God cannot be known.
But it makes no sense. If God exists, He would certainly allow His
devotees to know Him. And if there is no God, if everything is
relative and material, as claimed in atheism, then it cannot be
verified. Why? Because nobody can prove that God does not exist.
See, that's a funny thing about life - if God exists, it can be known
for sure, and if God does not exist, it cant be known. Note, Im not
expressing an opinion here, I'm merely stating a fact - if God exists,
it can be known, because in that case God can verify His own
existence. And if He does not exist, one can never be certain. It's as
simple as that.
Note how the propaganda-machine tells us the exact opposite. Religious
people are called believers, and atheists are called unbelievers. How
misleading is that? As an atheist you believe in something that cannot
be verified. But as a theist you believe in something that has a
chance of verification.
Thus it can be concluded that it is a an intellectually superior
position to believe in God, rather than the opposite. But if you dare
point this out - even though its an indisputable fact - you are met
with a wall of resistance - no, no, nobody knows the truth. God is
merely a fairy tale. To believe in God is no different from believing
in tooth-fairies and Santa Claus, and so on.
Welcome to the age of Kali - the age of quarrel and hypocrisy.
Still, God is a fact, and He reveals Himself in Bhagavad Gita.
Now hear, O son of Prtha, how by practicing yoga in full consciousness
of Me, with mind attached to Me, you can know Me in full, free from
doubt. (Bg 7.1)
I shall now declare unto you in full this knowledge, both phenomenal
and numinous. This being known, nothing further shall remain for you
to know. (Bg. 7.2)