Abraham said he experienced God directly. Hindus gurus said they…
Abraham said he experienced God directly.
Hindus gurus said they experienced God directly.
Abraham might’ve seen a Prophecy/miracle from something that claimed it was God.
Hindus gurus could say that God talked to them and told them that God himself doesn’t perform miracles/ Prophecies but makes beings with freewill who can do that and makes beings that can’t do that. So, from the Hindu perspective, Jesus dying and coming back has absolutely nothing to do with God any more than what a fly has to do with God.
We got a problem now.
Either both was from God, one was from God or neither as from God or God doesn’t exist.
With circular reasoning to the side, how do we determine which is objectively true?
Saying it is true because of the Bible is the same as saying the Hindu gurus are right because of the Vedas and God affirmed it directly. That’s called circular reasoning.