Comparing Hinduism And Indian Yahweh

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A constant god, universal, transcendental, the absolute standard of truth, absolute reality—all these sums up the meaning of one of the most powerful words in the English vocabulary, Yahweh. The meaning of the word Yahweh may vary from country to country, religion to religion, and person to person. But despite having a couple of differences, there is always a few things that they have in common. They worship their Yahweh unconditionally and whole-heartedly. They may approach their god differently, but their sincerity is eternal. Hinduism has a vast religious system with countless of entry points. In Hinduism, Brahma is known for being the creator god, who is still regarded as one of the supreme deities in the present day. Brahman is a Hindu…show more content…
The concept of the Indian Yahweh is completely different from the Christian Yahweh in the book of salvation. Comparing the two of them may sound silly, but their loyalty, respect and sincerity in worshipping their god is priceless and eternal. Hinduism is considered as a henotheistic religion because they may believe in many different gods but it is just the aspects of the same god. Nirguna Brahman is their highest form of god. They believe that Nirguna Brahman is the absolute truth, consciousness, and infinite bliss, and an attribute, no shape god. Nirguna Brahman has no attributes, and is not an object of prayer, but rather for knowledge, meditation, and wisdom. It is beyond conception, reasoning, and beyond thought. Most Hindus cling on the belief that Brahman is present in each one of us as the eternal spirit, called Atman. Brahman possesses everything: destruction and creation, male and female, and good and evil. Brahman is known for being the creator, and has many forms, and sits in the highest place, without a beginning and without an end. Hindus also consider Brahman as the final goal of reality, as well as the final cause. Through Brahman, all reality has its own source. Brahman is known as Vishnu when he/she preserves.…show more content…
Nirguna Brahman according to the Hindus is equivalent to transcendent power that exists beyond the world. It can transform itself into many different aspects, and reincarnates into different avatars. On the other hand, Christians believe in only one God that created the entire universe as well as the world in 6 days. Both Christianity and Hinduism believes that their creator is also the destroyer. Nirguna Brahman and Jesus both said, “I am that I am” which means that “I am” should be more than enough for you, and they had and have always existed, and no questions should be furthered ask to the one who has always existed. Hinduism greatly believes in reincarnation, and their gods came down to earth in many different forms or avatar, but the God in Christianity sent His son in a human form. Christianity does not believe in reincarnation because there is only one life, which one has to answer God at the judgement day. Christians believe that Jesus is indeed coming soon to save His children, and bring us the gift of eternal life where there is no more
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