Re: Questions to Abrahamics
The thing that I have noticed in watching so many of these "challenges" over the years, is that the respondents can always come back with some clever rationalization for their views. For me, on an epistemological level, all these things ultimately amount to what sort of view to God you presuppose, and which seems most cogent to you. Hindus will always find a way to salvage their deities (as I do mine - and believe myself justified in doing so) while Abrahamics will continually be able to salvage theirs.
Originally Posted by wundermonk
So, there really is no point in sitting on the fence. There is no "objective" traction you will manage to pull it seems to me. You can try, but it will take you a lifetime, to little effect.
I've chosen theistic Vedanta, a position I have felt inclined to more than any other since time immemorial. And I am in the process of shunning all Western ideas which I find are no longer applicable to me progressing either spiritually or intellectually, as I find these ideas, if not defunct, then no longer of interest to me.
How can I put this in a sentence? Try next time.