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The Concept of 'God'

The Concept of 'God'
  • Author: Vinoth
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  • ISBN: 1642491810
  • Page: 132
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With multiple perspectives making the reader constantly inquisitive, The Concept of 'God' merges the knowledge of science and spirituality to understand the nature of life and reality and then finds out who the all-powerful God is!

God - the supernatural being, the perfect, the omnipotent and the omniscient originator, and ruler of the universe - is the object of worship in almost all religions across the world. Usually, people understand God through the religions they're born in. This way, they get to learn how and why their Gods created reality and put them in it. But is this the only possible way to understand the entity? What if one takes an alternate route to understand God? What if one first understands the reality God created - the reality that everything and everyone's a part of - and then identifies the entity itself? Reality includes everything around and inside it, and inevitably includes us. Understanding the reality requires a metaphysical analysis of life and the universe and metaphysics reaches an incredibly new level if the knowledge of the Western sciences is merged with the everlasting ideas of the Eastern spiritual philosophies! With multiple perspectives making the reader constantly inquisitive, The Concept of 'God' merges the knowledge of science and spirituality to understand the nature of life and reality and then finds out who the all-powerful God is!


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