“Buddhists don’t believe in G-d: why should they have a scripture then?”

May 29, 2015

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Paarsurrey wrote:

Buddha spoke strongly against the then Hinduism and Hindu priests of his time.
Didn’t he?
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“Where did Mohammed get his revelations?”

May 29, 2015

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  1. If he talks with you as you say; then you may ask him the question. Please
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Is Jesus separate from the father?

May 28, 2015

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Judaism : Narrators/scribes/clergy have played havoc with the Torah

May 28, 2015

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Paarsurrey wrote:

I am presenting the essence of the truth; the scripture only has the remnants of the Word Revealed on Moses, otherwise it is neither written by Moses nor dictated by Moses. The narrators/scribes/clergy have played havoc with the scriptures.

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Science can say nothing about existence of God.

May 28, 2015

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Paarsurrey wrote:

Science requires the exploration of falsifiable claims. The existence of God is not a falsifiable claim. Therefore science can say nothing about it.

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Buddha did believe in God, angels, life after death, revelation

May 27, 2015

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The Sermon of the Seven Suns (Anguttara VII. 62)

Paarsurrey wrote:

First we take The Sermon of the Seven Suns (ANGUTTARA NIKÂYA VII. 62).

What was the source of knowledge of Buddha while he told following expressions in the sermon?
Expressions of Buddha in “the sermon of the seven suns”

· “ Sineru, the monarch of mountains, reek and fume and send forth clouds of smoke”
· “and goes as far as the worlds of God”
· “fellowship with the world of God”
· “to weal in the world of God”
· “were born again, upon the dissolution of the body after death”
· “some into fellowship with those angels who transmute subjective delights into objective and share them with others”
· “he did not return to this world”
· “Yea, then, O monks, he was a Brahmâ, the Great Brahmâ (or, God), conquering, unconquered, all-seeing, controlling.”
· “Sakko, the lord of the angels”
· “supernal knowledge”

Buddha did believe in God, angels, life after death, revelation. He clearly mentions it.

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Abram and Abraham (Ibrahim) are two different characters

May 27, 2015

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Post #39

Paarsurrey wrote:

Abram and Abraham (or Ibrahim) are two different characters.

The Jewish narrators/scribes/clergy had copycatted the story of Abram.
One would like to read the following:

Anyone who has done an ounce of research into the whole Camels issue, already knows that Mesopotamia had domesticated camels long before the Egyptians or anyone else, yet that is not the point! The fact is that evidence clearly indicates that Camels were not domesticated in Egypt until around 1000 BCE and in the Gen, narrative we have the Pharoah giving Abram Camels in return for the prostitution of Abram’s wife/sister! This according to all of the leading authorities in the field of biblical and secular Archaeology is an anachronism! In particular, see the work of prof. Finkelstien, Tel Aviv University and Prof. Ze’ev Herzog also of the Tel Aviv University. Even the Conservative Christian Biblical Archaeologist, William F. Albright came to this conclusion. This “new discovery” demonstrates nothing that has not already been known in the past, yet it does not overturn the consensus of Biblical and Achaeological Scholarship at present, which is; the reference to camels is an anachronism (fiction). When evidence comes to light which contradicts the present view, I will be the first to examine it and if it holds weight, I will say, Yes, camels were domesticated prior to the end of the 2nd millenium BCE.

Feb 9, 2012 Post #12 by michaelsherlock
The Genesis Fraud Part 1 | ReligiousForums.com

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The Jewry of the time of Moses was summoned at the foot of the Mountain not to reward them.

May 27, 2015

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Paarsurrey wrote:

It is a wrong concept that Jews were any chosen people if they did wrong.

The Jewry of the time of Moses was summoned at the foot of the Mountain not to reward them. YHWH was not happy with them but to show them His displeasure.

Exodus 16:2
1 Then they set out from Elim, and all the congregation of the sons of Israel came to the wilderness of Sin, which is between Elim and Sinai, on the fifteenth day of the second month after their departure from the land of Egypt. 2 The whole congregation of the sons of Israel grumbled against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness. 3 The sons of Israel said to them, “Would that we had died by the LORD’S hand in the land of Egypt, when we sat by the pots of meat, when we ate bread to the full; for you have brought us out into this wilderness to kill this whole assembly with hunger.”…

The Jews were not worthy of direct converse with YHWH.

The present Jews should understand and ask forgiveness of YHWH.

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Did G-d have direct conversation with the Jewry?

May 26, 2015

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Friend Tumah quoted Deuteronomy – Chapter 4:12 to prove that G-d spoke directly to the Israelite nation as a whole.

Deuteronomy does not supersede the points given in Exodus. Deuteronomy cannot change the event as narrated in Exodus, as the event was just happening at that time. Deuteronomy was exhortation addresses of what had already happened.

The points mentioned by me about Exodus Chapters 19, 20 in my post # 21 <Judaism: no mass revelation of G-d with Jews mentioned in Exodus Chapter 19 and 20 | Page 2 | ReligiousForums.com>, therefore, remain still valid.

The text of the chapters 19,20 of Exodus indicates that:
• neither the people went up the mountain (only Moses and Aaron went as per the text) none other went,
• nor YHWH descended to the masses to talk with them directly,
• the masses were afraid of the YHWH lest He wreaks at them. (What chosen people they , the Jews, claim to be?)
• there was a barricade for the Jews, they could no cross it.
• The conversation was between YHWH and Moses in direct manner up at the mountain.
• It is therefore evident that the communication was indirectly conveyed to masses by Moses.

That proves my point.

Moses wanted to save the Jewish people from the iniquities they could perform in future. The Jews disobeyed Moses and as a people acted against the commandments given to them through Moses by God as mentioned in Deuteronomy.
Instead of being a select people, the Jews became the worst people.

This chapter four of Deuteronomy served as a future charge-sheet given to the Jews by Moses himself.

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Do people understand the trinity doctrine?

May 26, 2015

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Do People understand the trinity doctrine?

Paarsurrey wrote:

People don’t need to understand trinity, it is false.
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