Unconventionally discussed the teachings of the Gita. The Gita -- Analysis by a sinner: God allows Crime -- is it so ??
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Saturday, August 9, 2008

God allows Crime -- is it so ??

Now the big question – that why GOD does allow crimes – needs to be addressed. I quickly cross checked ideas of different learned scholars’ versions on this topic. To be honest, I didn’t understand much of their explanations regarding this. Pity, the omnipotent GOD sometimes or in fact regularly plays the role of a villain – at least that’s what it seems.

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I’ve mustered great courage to share my feelings on this very much controversial matter. I’m very much aware of the fact that I’m inversely comparable with the wisdom of the learned persons who attempted to address the topic. Still, let me to address this from a sinner’s point of view.

It’s a rather vast analysis which I’m dividing into parts, to make it simple for my readers as well as for me.

Recently, science has made some progress in analyzing some of the mysteries which were earlier considered to be under the domain of mystic philosophy only. Scientific theories unveiled before us 3 layers of reality. Interesting enough that only 1 of those 3 can be judged by our senses. That is known as 1st layer of reality, like what we can see, feel etc. 2nd and 3rd layer are beyond the capacity of our senses like gravitational forces and the fields of such invisible yet omni present forces. What is important to note that these omnipresent and invisible forces play significant role to maintain the universal laws with a great precision. This scientific theory establishes the fact that nature has its own armory to implement the universal laws to control the functioning of all matters (living and non living) in the universe.

This point needs to be noted down. I’ll use this point in my next post again to come near to conclusion.

Philosophy too speaks in the same way. Philosophers suggest that nature is the negative energy of the Lord. It’s the ‘SHE-power’ of HIM. This energy is directly responsible for all the things happening around the universe. Sattva, Rajah and Tamah are the three basic modes which nature employs in an asymmetric order to sustain the creation. An equilibrium state between these 3 modes will cause annihilation.

This point is another important point to note which I’ll use in my next post to check how we do make us a prisoner of natural consequences and blame the Lord for all the evils.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The God of Christianity does not commit crimes, nor does He ever embrace what is considered by Him as evil.

There is crime, sickness, evil, pain and suffering because we live in a fallen world.

One day, Heaven and Earth will pass away, Jesus will redeem those who belong to Him, and God will create a new Heaven and a new earth, and He will give us a fresh start where evil will no longer exist. Evil will all be destroyed in The Lake of Fire.

Consult Revelation in the Christian Bible for verification of all I just posted here.